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Clearly not TAX RANK, but TAX BANKS.

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Haha! So great. Again. Thank you!

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Anyway, enough about graffiti. This post is not about graffiti, it's about official(-looking) painted stuff on streets. Cobbles are notoriously unadhesive, and councils should know better. And taxis should know better than to drive over their own personalised roadmarkings. What exactly does a roadmarking "business" mean? Is that where you park if you're on business? Or is it for a business nearby, if so, which one (or just any of them). Or is it where you can do your business, as long as you're on a leash?

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Loved these photos! So London!

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The writing on the wall, street, roof, ceiling, sidewalk.

The Pharaonic Egyptians did roughly the same thing, although I REALLY DOUBT that they used street signs. & Pompeii had a TON of graffiti, both ancient & 19th / 20th century.

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A real rollercoaster ride that one! Love it.

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Look both ways always to se is look to the future and to the past. Or look within and outside. Never look left and right.

I haven’t been run over yet.

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