Trying to manage the flow, I suppose. The refugees still keep to the areas around the train stations. A friend of mine says it’s because they are afraid of being arrested. She travels on trains a fair bit and was able to shed light on the situation from their point of view, which I found interesting.
The situation is so far not improving.
I saw this on my way up Favoritenstraße the other day. Kind of thought they should have looked at it from all angles before deciding to leave it as is…. But at least it’s entertaining. 😀
I guess they have to reshoot the scene? Anyway, they’re back! Anyone going celebrity stalking on Wednesday? 😀
The signs telling people not to cross the tracks really remind me of WW2 or some sad and authoritarian society, I think just because of the style. Heavy concrete, dark orderly letters, dirt… Also the fact that it’s VERBOTEN (forbidden). O_O
So, I’ve documented some of these guys around the place. Considering how they are perceived, I’m surprised how frequently they are used in logos here in Austria… Onve again we are on Vollzeile in the 1st district.
I wonder if it’s allowed to charge companies with littering when they ignore the “no unaddressed mail please” signs. I’ve often thought about spamming them in return. Filling their inbox with thousands of messages just saying “no unaddressed mail please”…
This shop name cracks me up. Cheap and good. Bug for short. With an EU logo. I haven’t been inside one of these yet… The name just doesn’t evoke trust.