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Desc:Staggering time-lapse of an immense, illusory sidewalk painting
Category:Arts
Tags:ice, street art, precipice
Submitted:Godard's Drinking Problem
Date:02/22/09
Views:1317
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Comment count is 15
kiint
wow
dr tits
it's annoying when people walk through the middle...
i think it would make me dizzy looking at it close up,
sidewalk art like that is crazy!
Caminante Nocturno
Witchcraft.
Scrotum H. Vainglorious
Holy shit how did they do that without falling in it?
garcet71283
See above.

Angel Carver
Almost -1 star for the stale, Zales' commercial music cue.
Samisyosam
Dude, it's Vivaldi.

Ursa_minor
5 stars for "Dude, It's Vivaldi"

chumbucket
I guess he's trying to say something about the condition of sidewalks in that area
Longshot-
Big deal. Back in my day we had holes twice as big. AND they would slow down space/time when you got near them. If you wanted to avoid those holes you had to walk up hill in the snow, both ways.
thebaronsdoctor
I'd hate to be the sidewalk repair department. That thin'g going to take months to fill in.
FABIO
Only a leap from the lion's head, will ye prove his worth.
Lauritz Melchior
Stuff like this is awesome.
Rodents of Unusual Size
I hope this doesn't draw suicidal people...that would be terrible.
kiint
and hilarious....very short fall followed by THWAP

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