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IMG_6234, originally uploaded by Prince of Petworth.

Yes as a matter of fact, I did feel very weird taking this picture but I knew I’d forget the thought if I didn’t. At any rate, I can’t stand these automatic towel dispensers. By the time you get the sensor to work all the water has run down your arm and it is kind of moot at that point. Plus you look like a lunatic waving your hand in front of it trying to get it to register. Am I wrong? I mean how lazy are we any way? Is this a conservation or sanitation thing, what’s the purpose?

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