Monday, July 15, 2013

Photo: No Parking, the Kaiju Says

You'd think it would be difficult to miss--a colorful mural splahsed over the side of a building on Augusta Avenue in Kensington Market, centered around a hachimaki-rocking kaiju breathing not only fire but an admonition against parking. You'd think, but people are nothing if not oblivious, assuming they care at all. Whoever was driving that black Mini didn't, after all.

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