My favorite Lost & Found!
Photo courtesy of Eduardo Ferraciolli.
Spotted in China.
Tucked away and hidden.
It may be full of crabs
Especially in someone else’s pubic area!
“Help me find my car keys and we can drive out of here”. (Punchline to old joke)
“It’s mine and I’ll wash it as fast as I want”. (Punchline to another old joke)
Yup! Always do.
Pro bono publico.
Do as the sign says, or they may get “spotted” in China.
….but not too often or you’ll go blind.
@DnT 0451. Yes. The dreaded “Hong Kong Dong”.
Maybe it is a strain of the “Egyptian Flu”. ie. Soon to be a mummy.
BTW. Pro bono publico = for the public good, or the good of the people.
It is only a convention in our society that it refers to “free” work performed by the legal practitioners.
I often wonder why other professions, are not expected to perform free work. Say for instance – architects expected to design public housing, pro bono.
Or perhaps, politicians donate time, to $hit you to death for nothing.
WAIT!! They already do that.
Noted and carefully observed.
Marum, Perhaps lawyers are expected to donate their time because so much of the need for their work is created by the government. Or because poor people often need a lawyer, but never need an architect. They also need medical care regardless of their ability to pay, and even if doctors and hospitals don’t explicitly do pro bono work, they understand that some bills can’t be collected.