Wednesday, September 24, 2008

What is underlying justice?

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"How many men does it take to open a manhole?" is turning into a series, it looks like.

I always like to peer down the holes in the crust of the earth and see the hidden secrets of a city's infrastructure. (Is that weird?)

(Please click on the first photo if you want to see the rope mystery.)
As a bonus y'all can see the Supreme Court building.

What do you reckon the guys were doing with all that rope??
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14 comments:

kjpweb said...

Hmm. Superior Court, ey? Do you have an inferior court, too?
No idea for the rope, though! :)
Cheers, Klaus

Clare said...

It looks like they were about to go sperlunking down that manhole!

ichandrae said...

Hello beautiful Dina.

Probably lassooing the ninga turtles.
That spelling seems to be extraordinary but I am too lazy to look it up.

Have a beautiful jerusalemian day my friend.

ichandrae said...

Hi Dina. You probably won't publish my last comment and it is probably just as well ha ha. Im in a silly mood. I think I'll surf for some comedy blogs. ha ha.
have a good day.

evlahos said...

it reminds me this. how many men need to change a lamp. four. one man hold the lamp. two men turn the ladder, and the last one watch out for the power. have a wonderful day

Webradio said...

Hello Dina !

You are mockind...
Nice day in Jerusalem...
See You later...

Reader Wil said...

I have no idea what the rope or chain is for. Are you going to enlighten us on this mystery? LOL.
Have a great day.

AVT Coach said...

Dina, Thank you so much for your kind blessing at my place. I was so happy to visit your site and see your amazing photos. I look forward to going back and spending time reading your posts. One of the reasons I blog is to meet people around the world. Your vocation is facinating! I will be sharing your blog on my "Three Sites to See" for sure. Your spirit sure came through your note to me and I so much appreciate it. I hope we can post again in the future!

JC said...

Well they are men so they must be using that rope to fish for something. I don't have any interest in manholes but I am interested in what you do. Have a good day.

Dewdrop said...

Where is your sky watch shot???

To answer your question... a shelf cloud shows that a powerful storm is coming in most cases. Most shelf clouds will carry a large amount of wind, but tornadoes don't form (theoretically) in that part of the storm. We probably had close to 80mph winds with that one. Awesome!

John said...

Enjoyed your site..Will visit again, from America...

2sweetnsaxy said...

Hmmm... Haven't got a clue what they'd be doing with that rope but it it were some kind of cable or wire...that leads to a whole slew of ideas. :-)

Catherine said...

Make test drills in the depth of the Earth?
Is the rope enough long to arrive to antipode? I don't think so : )

Kris said...

These fellows really do need to consider the security of their manholes before they take any further action!