Monday, July 04, 2016

As Seen on the Street

 Ok, I lied, one last post from my visit to the SJMQT, but this time, outside!  How about this yarn-bombing (as seen in front of my car)?
And then there was this hilarious sign plastered on the light pole also in front of the museum. This was on the day of Trump's visit to San Jose, the streets were being closed in preparation and we all know how that turned out :(
**Warning for politics ahead:  In case you don't get the joke on the sign, John Miller is one of the pseudonyms that Trump would sometimes adopt when calling reporters back in the 80's and 90's. He would talk to reporters about himself as if he was a PR person named John Miller. And he testified to this fact in a court case, but now claims to not remember anything about it... And the 'Who is John Miller?' is a play on the catchphrase of 'Who is John Galt?' from Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged." So kudos to you, unknown sign-maker.

Happy 4th of July!
Another year down in the history books for the American Experiment. Wonder how many more we'll have?

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