Friday, November 21, 2008

stealing: now inhuman


Steve saw this at his girlfriend's apartment in the West Village. Apparently a ghost or pet stole this guy's laundry cart. Actually kind of impressive, when you put it that way.

6 comments:

Marie said...

Must be alien abduction! Spooky!

owl said...

How does anyone obtain a grocery cart? Aren't they always stolen?

Alex said...

You can buy little personal grocery carts in NY. But I don't know what kind of monster would steal one.

OutOfStock said...

I see where you were going with this one, but I think the quotations are used properly. He is saying the "person," because whoever did this probably considers themselves to be a "person." The ex-owner of the shopping cart believes that whoever stole it is a F#@$% piece of $h&#!!! But is trying to be civil, albeit in a very passive aggressive way.

Karen said...

Another way to read the note is that John Morris, AKA "The Doorman," is actually the "person" accused of the heinous cart crime. After all, the note IS addressed To John Morris or The Doorman...

Krysti said...

Karen, I totally love your interpretation!