Thursday, November 3, 2016

Carpeting on the corner

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On the corner of the old building in Tel Aviv's old Florentine neighborhood,  a clever someone glued a strip of carpeting and called it a pinat litoof, literally, a petting corner.
(That's what we call a little petting zoo in Hebrew.)
And of course all of us in the tour group yesterday had to stop and pet it.

Above it: pRay attention to fcorners
Below it: pLay attention to fcorners
Are these terms from something scientific? Anybody know?
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4 comments:

Alice said...

Love it : ) Dina

William Kendall said...

The first things that come to mind are radio frequency and low frequency. I also looked at the periodic table. Rf refers to a chemical element called Rutherfordium. But Lf has no corresponding element in the table.

Sandi said...

That is so strange. I have never seen anything like it!

Alice said...

Sounds like there is a little message to figure out .