It’s a mad, mad, mad, mad town

Seen in Madison in 2012. Fair warning, these photos progress from funny to dark.

Frogger, on W Gorham Street near Holy Redeemer Church. It's very apt on this stretch of street.

(maybe this makes you want to play Frogger. Or maybe you’ve never played Frogger. You can here. Avoid wasting too much time: decide before you click the link how many quarters you have.)

Yak Meat

These posters were all over State Street 2 or 3 days after the famously drunken Mifflin Street Block Party. Real? Fake? Either way it does kind of say it all about the Mifflin Street Block Party.

A yard sign nonsequitor in the Nakoma neighborhood, prior to the November elections

The Onion: "Obama: 'Help Us Destroy Jesus and Start a New Age of Liberal Darkness'"

Impious car emblems for sale in a shop window on State Street

Socialism 2012 Conference poster on E Johnson Street

This June, on E Johnson Street. The text reads, in part, “The Arab Spring has given birth to a global movement of Occupiers and revived the politics of class struggle and revolution for the 21st century.”

Also on E Johnson Street, on the same day:

"Keep Door Open to let Smell out!!!"

That’s putting it real mildly. Pray a Memorare for Madison: Remember, O Most gracious Virgin Mary…

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