FOUND by Bryan McDade in Prinzlauerburg, Berlin, Germany
Standing witing for the M1 Tram around midnight on a Tuesday and found this stuck into the side of the shelter. It was wedged between the glass and the frame so someone would see it, almost like it was lost and someone found it, to be found by someone else. Oddly the photomat machine is much further down the street and on the other side. The find made me feel a bit like the character in Amelie.
This was in my front yard one afternoon. I live near the back enterance to an elementary school so the occasional unsigned permission slip or graded math homework shows up but this V card business sounds salacious. I want one. Where can I get one?
After poring through my archives, I found the companion photo photo for “Piano Man,” which was Find of the Day for Nov. 10, 2006. This appears to be part of some play, where the young man in the previous photo was impressing the ladies with his piano chops. Here, he appears to be escorting one of the ladies to the prom.
I found this in Best Buy. At first I thought it was written by a middle schooler but was later informed it is in fact by a high school student. Interesting… I mainly enjoy the fact that it had to be continued!
I found this in Tappan Square, the central park of Oberlin, folded up and perched on a snowdrift. At first it was hard to tell if this was a parody, with all the teenage angsty cliches. Though the suicide threats are a bit scary, they are overwhelmed by the absurd satanic claims.