Friday, June 15, 2012

The Shoshannah Dema’ri Traffic Circle

Jewish date:  25 Siwan 5772 (Parashath Shelaḥ).

Today’s event:  Day of Valdemar and Reunion Day (Denmark).

Greetings.

Continuing the series on Giv‘ath Shemu’el, today’s street of interest is the Shoshannah Dema’ri Traffic Circle.  (It was listed along with the streets on the map, so it is being covered here.)  As usual, descriptions may not be accurate, possibly as part of a devious plan to tempt people to visit Giv‘ath Shemu’el.


The decorations from Israeli Independence Day are still up.  Though with grass, trees, and bushes, this is not a particularly unusual place.

Rosebushes.  One can very carefully see three giant beetles and a tortoise on the other side of the street.

A traffic sign indicating (unsurprising) a traffic circle.  On the other side of the street is an Intefe robot that claimed that the traffic circle is inhabited by demons, which are naturally invisible.  The demons moved in first, and then the location was turned into a traffic circle by pouring asphalt around it.

Time to run.  Enjoy and share the weirdness.

’Aharon/Aaron
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