Thank god for zoning laws, covenants and deed restrictions.

1. So that's where the bodies are buried.

(Photo by DistortedSmile).

The full-size image is even scarier.

2. Is it a pool or a baptistry?

(Photo by Digital_Freak).

3. And you thought one gnome was one gnome too many.

(Photo by Morgan).

4. Who needs sod when you've got asphalt.

(Photo by Eastrocker).

5. Trespassers should be the least of his worries.

(Photo by Matt Daniels).

6. Art? Eyesore?

(Photo by Henry Delgado).

7. When obsessive-compulsives decorate.

(Photo by Alison G.).

(Photo by Kim Ripley).

(Photo by MoniMania).

8. Just because you have the extra paint doesn't mean you should use it.

(Photo by Sean Cadzow).

9. America, Fuck Yeah!

(Photo by Steveningen).

Courtesy of the America, Fuck Yeah Flickr group.

10. Is Jame 'Buffalo Bill' Gumb home?

(Photo by Images That Surround Me).

11. His and her pig sculptures?

(Photo by LizardGal).


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Date: 8 Mar 2009 | Author: mesmerX | Category: Pictures | Views: 4810

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clemejI chose unity because I'm still tnriyg to like it, but I'm really not, and will probably go back to classic gnome. Here are a few reasons :- As mentioned above, its dual monitor support leaves a lot to be desired.- Searching is -not- a good paradigm for an application menu, but a tree structure is. In order for search to work, you have to know what you're looking for.. sometimes, you don't. I know i downloaded a word processor, but I type word processor' into the search bar and nothing comes up. It's a guaranteed way to install a program and then never find it again three months later when you can't remember what its called. I would -seriously- request that the developers add the option to open a classic application menu when right clicking on the menu icon.- I miss having convenient access to my filesystem bookmarks without having to load up a nautilus window on my home folder just to open a new nautilus menu to my work project's samba share.- Xterm crashes nouveau in natty, but that's not a unity issue.- As mentioned above, the we -really- want to ape apple and move out menus to the top absolutely fails with focus follows mouse, since as you move up to the top menu, if you pass over another window, the menu changes to that window. Now, the solution to that is you shouldn't use focus follows mouse , which someone in some thesis somewhere decided that was bad UI design . This cocky we know better than you that always pervaded gnome, and now has seeped into ubuntu (starting with the anti-notification-area crusade in karmic) is really putting me off.- GVim is broken with the top menu when run from the command line, as a developer, that's a HUGE problem.In short, i switched to ubuntu years ago because the defaults worked well enough for a power user like me out of the box, and I could spend my time working instead of tweaking my setup on every new machine. It was also simple enough my wie could sit down and use. Ubuntu's practical approach contrasted with gnome's we just wont give people the option to do anything fancy . Unity throws a lot of that out the window. After having used gnome shell this week on another work machine, it suffers from the same problems.

smile its so nice

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