FOUND by Joe Blevins in Arlington Heights, Illinois
I live in the ‘burbs and commute to work in Chicago every Monday through Friday on the Metra Union Pacific Northwest Line. I found this folded-up note in the Arlington Heights train station parking. Lots of schoolkids also ride this train line, and this note undoubtedly belongs to one of them.
I found this outside of the gym I go to. It looks like it was a note written on the back of a sticker-backing or something because it was split in half. What I found interesting is that down the road, there is really nothing to see.
I found this note lying on the sidewalk a couple weeks ago. I was walking home from working with Habitat for Humanity and found this along First Street. I’m thinking that the tickets in question are for a graduation. What I don’t understand is why TS is giving tickets to two people whose name he doesn’t know, and why wait until the night before to give the tickets to them?
This was found in Philadelphia on the sidewalk on the 1400 block of Lombard St in June, 2004. I found it terribly amusing in that “the information you shared with me will remain confidential and will not bee seen or read by anyone but myself,” but I found it folded in quarters and laying on the sidewalk.