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   SPUCK  Monday Nov 2 06:03 AM

Nov 2, 2009: The Busk Stops Here!



Some kids have all the fun!



capnhowdy  Monday Nov 2 07:50 AM

Weird.... that was my phone number about 30 years ago when I lived in Savannah. Srsly.



spudcon  Monday Nov 2 10:35 AM

Not enough bars on that cage, the kids can reach the driver.



Shawnee123  Monday Nov 2 10:40 AM

Looks like Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.



k012957  Monday Nov 2 12:39 PM

Hebrew??

I assume that this is in New Dehli, India. But the leather shop in back of it has lettering in English and Hebrew. Any ideas as to why?



Diaphone Jim  Monday Nov 2 06:23 PM

Maybe it's a feather shop.



monster  Monday Nov 2 06:31 PM

It's a father shop. Those are orphans looking for a new papa. Aba is Hebrew for daddy.



Shawnee123  Monday Nov 2 07:04 PM

The father inventory looks like a little depleted. Don't the new ones come in on Tuesdays?



Nirvana  Monday Nov 2 07:56 PM

Short Bus?



richlevy  Monday Nov 2 09:22 PM

Speaking of which, they are trying to allow pedicabs in Philadelphia.



DanaC  Monday Nov 2 09:30 PM

pedi-cabs? *snickers*



newtimer  Monday Nov 2 10:54 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by monster View Post
It's a father shop. Those are orphans looking for a new papa. Aba is Hebrew for daddy.
Bravo, sir (or madam as the case may be). That's the funniest thing I've read in weeks. And it might actually be true.


Cloud  Monday Nov 2 11:01 PM

I don't see any busking going on here, and the associations with Slumdog Millionaire are mildly unpleasant (i.e., blinding kids to be better buskers)



monster  Monday Nov 2 11:22 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by newtimer View Post
Bravo, sir (or madam as the case may be). That's the funniest thing I've read in weeks. And it might actually be true.
ty. and beatch will suffice

(female, but most definitely not a madam!)


xoxoxoBruce  Monday Nov 2 11:48 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by k012957 View Post
I assume that this is in New Dehli, India. But the leather shop in back of it has lettering in English and Hebrew. Any ideas as to why?
Why not? Jews are allowed in India, as far as I know. A lot of Indians avoid leather, or is that just the untanned hides?
Anyway, welcome to the Cellar, ko12957.


ZenGum  Monday Nov 2 11:59 PM

I guess there might be some connection between the hebrew script and the leather shop - Hindus hold cows sacred, and so would not touch leather (I think), yet there are non-hindus who use leather goods, so there will be a leather industry, and the leather industry will be in the hands of non-hindus.

Mind you, cricket balls are leather-wrapped cork, and many indians - including Hindus - are crazy for cricket. I'm not sure how this works out, kinda like a jewish or muslim guy playing football and catching the pigskin. Hmmm


/ramble.



spudcon  Tuesday Nov 3 12:35 PM

How do they get the leather to wrap around those tiny balls crickets have?



Pie  Tuesday Nov 3 01:20 PM

Untrue. India has a thriving leather-goods industry. It's all part of the hypocrisy.



Gravdigr  Tuesday Nov 3 04:21 PM

I think that girl in the middle window of the bus is wearing her grandmother's teeth.



JuancoRocks  Tuesday Nov 3 11:05 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by spudcon View Post
How do they get the leather to wrap around those tiny balls crickets have?
Thank you.......I needed that.......

The laugh......Not the balls......


ZenGum  Tuesday Nov 3 11:58 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by spudcon View Post
How do they get the leather to wrap around those tiny balls crickets have?
Actually, before they get wrapped in leather, crickets have huge balls - half their body size. That is why we wrap them - otherwise it makes the human males feel insecure.
And that is why crickets chirps are so high pitched.


BigV  Wednesday Nov 4 03:14 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by SPUCK View Post
The Busk Stops Here!
Some kids have all the fun!
I respectfully disagree. Although there is plenty of fun involved, it's really adult fun. The busk stops here:


SPUCK  Thursday Nov 5 06:27 AM



Now I be edumacated gooder.



BigV  Thursday Nov 5 10:18 AM

Excellent. My work here is done.



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