FOUND by Marly in an Ingles parking lot
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FOUND by Kelsey in high school physics class
I found these two drawings on a desk in my junior year physics class. Presumably completed by someone in the class before mine, they are fairly well done, concise and clearly telling a story. The first illustrates the often-accepted benefits of religion while the second captures a darker situation, that of the army and fighting. Because they are done of a similar style and numbered #1 and #2, I can only assume they are meant as a sequence, perhaps showing the undeniable relationship between two major sources of power – God and violence. I have no idea who created these pictures and doubt I ever will.
FOUND by Jeff Hopper in Carmel, Indiana
Recently, my mom approached what she thought was a piece of litter in her front “yard” (my parents live in an apartment townhouse), only to find a deflated white balloon with a 3×5 card tied to it that had a note scrawled from “Freedom” herself. From the looks of it, Freedom appears to be about 9 years old, and while ruthless about the consequences of restraining her, is fairly courteous. Enjoy!
FOUND by Jen Lawrence in Chicago, Illinois
I found this on the door to the break room downstairs. If there really was a bird, and this wasn’t just an uncharacteristically poetic moment for one of the guys in facilities management, that bird would have had to make it through two sets of double doors to get into the break room from outside. Then again, in a Chicago winter, a bird’s gotta be persistent.