Monday, January 23, 2006

When Fence Meets Fence

Lots of highway infrastructure uses this fence-on-fence construction, and there's nothing better for the Freewayblogger: No bungees, no wires, no tape - just slide that puppy in there and you're done. Takes two seconds... literally.





Here's what it looks like from the other side:

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Brilliant, as usual! I look at the roads and the things beside them a lot differently now that I'm hanging signs, and I check in every day to see what tips and inspirations you've added.

Can't tell you how giddy and giggly I felt when I saw The Freeway Blogger had left a note on my personal blog! Thanks. Heh. Keep fighting the good fight!

Pamela at mightyturtle.com

Lady Of Evolution said...

This is a great idea... it makes me feel vaguely hopeful that other people still care about the war at all. Keep fighting the good fight, man.

gnome said...

Excellent work... Keep it up... But you really need to get more people to help you... Cheers from Greece

West LA Girl said...

Freeway blogger, I've seen some of your work and I like what you're doing. Keep it up.

janinsanfran said...

Great tip. Love the practicality of your work/blog/politics.

Molly said...

Freeway blogger.....

Way to Go! You should be proud! Love your site!

Anonymous said...

Freeway signs are distracting to drivers who should be looking at the road and not at bridges above. IF you want to convince others of your opoinion you need to give them more than a 2 second drive-by.

Freewayblogger said...

I know what you mean about driver distraction, I guess that's probably why they're outlawing all the billboards and advertisements. Two seconds isn't long enough to convince people of an opinion - it is, however, long enough to let them know there are opinions besides the ones they see on TV.

bemused said...

Unfortunately, two seconds IS enough to convince most people, it seems.
After all, getting your opinions from someone else is so much easier than actually thinking... and is indeed common in America today.