When we have enough time, I like to walk around whatever town or city I’m playing at and check out the public art. It definitely gives a sense for the place; its inhabitants, their politics and fears, the tolerance of its police anti-graffiti division. Last time I was up in Bellingham WA, up near the Canadian border, I found a few cool images just around the corner from the Wild Buffalo (where we were playing that night), and around the corner from the Boundary Bay (which we played the time before).
Alright, so I’ll begrudgingly acknowledge how cool camera phones are.
Oh, and “Emobama” is better than “Emo For Obama.”