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© Kreddible Trout
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UploadedJanuary 16, 2008
TakenMay 7, 2007
Exposure1/800 sec at f/5.6
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it seems that even lamp posts are not excluded from the lash of ignorance. I guess the person walking around with the pink marker thought this lamp post needed to be ridiculed for it's choice of companions.

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  • Jason Schupp

    Jason Schupp said (15 Jan 2008):

    Either that, or some writer who's also gay chose that as their name and tagged the lamppost. Or, could've been some writer who's not gay and thought they were being funny picking that name. I couldn't guess.

  • lauren smith

    lauren smith said (15 Jan 2008):

    are you trying to tell us something jason?

  • Jason Schupp

    Jason Schupp said (15 Jan 2008):

    Oh, I'm WAY out of the closet. But I didn't tag this lamppost. :)

  • Kreddible Trout

    Kreddible Trout said (15 Jan 2008):

    ... or, the tagger is someone who doesn't understand english and just scribbled something that looked like letters...
    the lamp post seemed pretty proud, regardless.

  • Celia

    Celia said (17 Jan 2008):

    I think it's a beautiful picture and many a "****" would be happy to have it hanging on their wall, regardless of the scrawler's intent.

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