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Public Art in Central Ohio January 29, 2008

Posted by Michael in Travel.
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Who says we got no culture? Huh?

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Huh?

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1. Retired Geezer - January 29, 2008

The Concrete Corn is all I hoped it would be but I believe those bunnies are frolicking, not dancing.

Just sayin’

2. eddiebear - January 30, 2008

Looks like the rabbits are fighting.

3. Michael - January 30, 2008

Geezer, I’ve heard that each ear of corn has a unique kernel pattern, but I can’t say that I know this is really true. Maybe you can check that out when you’re here.

4. Retired Geezer - January 30, 2008

Mrs. Geezer said they look huge. How tall are they anyway?

5. Michael - January 30, 2008

Not that big. About six feet tall.

6. Dex - January 30, 2008

did they put up the rabbits to ward off Jimmy Carter?

7. Michael - January 30, 2008

No. That exhibit is just Art.

8. Retired Geezer - January 30, 2008

Hey man, somebody changed that corn picture. You trying the Gaslight Treatment* on me?

*note to Amish, that’s a good movie to watch.

9. pattyann4 - January 30, 2008

Where the heck is that? If it’s in the D city, then many things have changed since I lived in that area. And I’ve never had corn that tasted as good as Ohio corn.

10. Mrs. Peel - January 30, 2008

Have you guys realized to the full that people born in NINETEEN FUCKING NINETY can vote this year??

11. Dave in Texas - January 30, 2008

Yes. I have one of those persons living in my house.

12. S. Weasel - January 30, 2008

The could, but they won’t, Mrs P. There’s nothing more reliable than the youth vote…not showing up.

13. harrison - January 30, 2008

The corn?
Looks like a cemetery.

14. Cathy - January 30, 2008

About those ears of corn being unique…

IIRC there were several molds for each half and as they cast each cob they combined them (permutation math!) to obtain a variety of combinations, but not every one is a unique representation.

I drove by last night at 11:00 p.m. to check. No condoms on them. Better photos for our IBSBP family photos.

PattyAnn — the Concrete Corn sit near the corner of Frantz Road and Rings Road. The Dancing Bunnies are in a newer area a block west of Avery Road a little south of U.S. 33.

15. pattyann4 - January 30, 2008

GLAR about the bunnies being on Avery Road. ‘Cause that’s where we used to drive out to the country to…ummm…well, I can’t remember right now.
You mean there’s traffic on Frantz Road now? Wow how stuff changes.

16. Russ from Winterset, in the State where Iowa Sweet Corn reigns supreme - January 30, 2008

“And I’ve never had corn that tasted as good as Ohio corn.”

Well, sure. If Ohio Sweet Corn is all you have access to, I guess it’s better than nothing. Kind of like a person who’s never had REAL chili saying “Starline Chili is da bomb!”

17. Dave in Texas - January 30, 2008

and I thought the JFK Memorial in Dallas was stupid looking.

Is Ohio the state with that big ball of twine?

18. eddiebear - January 30, 2008

^No. That’s Minnesota

19. eddiebear - January 30, 2008

We have a giant, dancing rabbit in front of the Scottrade Center here in STL. It’s really stupid looking.

20. compos mentis - January 30, 2008

Rabbit stew with a side of sweet corn. Tasty.

21. amish paradise - January 30, 2008

Biggest Ball of Twine in Minnesota:

22. Bart - January 30, 2008

OT: but this is funny. Do you hates the annoying tv reporters? Then you’ll love this:

23. lauraw - January 30, 2008
24. bartwing plover - January 30, 2008

‘Æ, ø and å are threatened by both globalisation and the growing use of computer,’ said institute head Johan Peter Paludan. ‘If something drastic isn’t done, the three letters will most likely disappear.’

I wish I was a bird so I could poop in his mouth.

25. eddiebear - January 30, 2008

23: those Scandis need to quit their crying.

26. Dave in Texas - January 30, 2008

A Møøse once bit my sister…

27. lauraw - January 30, 2008

ha! I ws thinkin’ about you when I found that

28. Dave in Texas - January 30, 2008

heh


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