Confessions of a People Watcher

It’s true, I love to people watch and, you know, people snark, if you know what I mean. So, I’ve been wandering around the neighborhood my school is in during my lunch break in order to not feel like I’m stuck there for 12 hours a day.

Here are some random shots I’ve gotten this week. Fortunately, I’m a foreigner and therefore, crazy, so I can take photos of strangers. 🙂
These two guys are sitting in the windowless space at a gutted bar enjoying their lunch hour. This gives you a teeny tiny taste of construction safety standards here. They are working on a place that is a “live” and “talking” bar. In actual English, that means there will be live music and opportunities to hook up (IE talking to strangers).

These guys were under the overpass on the river walk I take to get home. As you can see, they are practicing the violin for their lunch break.

Finally, this math school is an example of the “English” one can find on signage here. “Look! We’re sophisticated and trendy! Study here!” (On the off chance that “criteria combing of math” is an actual thing, please edumacate me.)

Now one from home. The one skein of MCY yarn that I won on eBay that actually arrived. The other still hasn’t arrived (ten-ish days later) because eBay and PayPal sometimes suck. It took about 8,000 emails to get it straightened out and having to re-explain it each time has made me not want to go into it again. I’ll just say, all’s well that ends well. Of course, I still don’t have the yarn, so it hasn’t actually ended well yet.