Photo courtesy of Diana & Owen.
Found in China.
It must be an hyperbole …
The irony of the hyperbolic sign at ground-level.
I am angry and full of resentment today. Make my day!
People at high place should not throw parabolic balls.
Someone sounds a little anti-social…
Looks like a flat line to me
Where the tradition of the friendly welcome is at its nadir.
beware! don’t climb this parabolic shaped mountain, you might start hating people..
This is about terrorist plane highjackers.
Hmm. The full moon does it for me.
Beware of the diabolic hyperbolic parabolic.
Climb up, angry citizens, climb up high on top,
Parabolic days are here again. Climb up, be angry, stop!
All aboard to hate someone, resent ’em with all you got!
No more sea level friendliness. Climb up, hate ’em, stop!
That’s why I prefer linear days at low altitude.
All this heat at high altitudes is going to mix with the cold shoulder people down below and create what we call “snow.”
It never fails, you visit the park, smoke the flowers, and you come back with this geometric attitude.
Look at the view from here! I’m feeling light headed AND angsty at the same time!
High altitudes make me so MAD!
I feel eliptical.
Oh! a Haiku for the end of the world?
In other words: “Gettin’ high screws you up”
I’ve had days like that. But then I started taking my medication again, and I’m much better now!
And they say you never use Trigonometry in real life.
Math Haiku! My favorite!
Parabolic days are here again
At high altitude it’s clear again
Let’s be angry and resentful men,
Parabolic days are here again!!
That’s what I always say.
Have a parabulous day.
At its worst during the vertical equinox.
Capricorn: You’ll be experiencing parabolic days at high altitudes. Avoid angry and resentful people. Scorpios too.
“Hey you! get out of my cloud!”
Actually, if you read it out loud, it’s quite beautiful, and it makes about as much sense as most modern poetry I’ve read.
Yeah, I pretty much resented mathematics at school to…stupid parabolic equation!
Those astronimers get testy if you mess with their telescopes.
I wonder what they were trying to say, because I can’t even remotely figure that out.
Damn … another story problem.
@Cat- It’s actually an admonishment to not throw things out the windows of high-rises. (“high altitude” being high floors and “parabolic days” being throwing things). I think I caused much anger and resentment when I threw a shampoo bottle out the window of the 29th floor of a place in China I was staying in and hit someone’s Audi. And that time I did the same with an Ikea shopping bag filled with water (except it was a not-so-cheap Ford that time). These are both things that I would not have done had I actually noticed the cars.
Get pissed on an oval. Yeah.
i think ill stay home
why is everything so f’ing green?
it stands outside my dads apartment where he lives in Yiwu, China. I thought it sounded like a quote form the i-ching? But yeah, nice to know someone else has appreciated its madness! parabolic days at high altitudes, fear and resentment of men i think refers to the superior man having a lack of understanding of lower men which comes from detachment and resentment of their actions. Without hope and empathy for humanity (other people) there is only fear and resentment……….. yes? That’s how i read it anyway, as it related to my experiences on the day I saw it… Read more »
and it related to my Capricorn manni, so, Chuck – it fits well
Actually the sign in Chinese means litterbugs from high are hated by both Heaven and Earth, but when they tried it in English it becomes a hatred of physics and geometry by the common people.