posted on 06/20/2007 4:47:38 AM PDT
posted on 06/20/2007 4:57:48 AM PDT
(New legislators. No new laws. ... Let's clean house. And senate.)
That's it? That's sort of a let down. I was expecting something more along the lines of this:
posted on 06/20/2007 4:58:18 AM PDT
(It's for the children)
Another view of the Julian Bower.
posted on 06/20/2007 5:08:03 AM PDT
posted on 06/20/2007 5:12:59 AM PDT
(Henry Bowman is right.)
Is it ADA compliant?
It does look cool.
posted on 06/20/2007 5:19:45 AM PDT
by Mark was here
(Hard work never killed anyone, but why take the chance?)
Still can't beat the ingenuity of modern bank lobby mazes.
posted on 06/20/2007 5:50:20 AM PDT
by Larry Lucido
(Duncan Hunter 2008)
Julian’s Bower? Sounds like a Bergholt Stuttley Johnson to me.
posted on 06/20/2007 5:55:31 AM PDT
("Those who "abjure" violence can only do so because others are committing violence on their behalf.")
In legend, the walls of the ancient city of Troy were built in such a confusing way that an enemy who entered would never find a way out.
I had often wondered where our city's traffic engineers got the inspiration. The labyrinths provided, however, don't seem to offer any opportunities for meditation or personal reflection, other than for new heights of swearing.
its a prayer labyrinth - seen em before
I had heard that if you keep turning to your right, you can make it through a maze.
posted on 06/20/2007 9:59:41 AM PDT
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