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Issue 11/2009, May 22 2009 (No. 286)

        
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I took photographs of various signs in a suburb where lots of very rich people live.

  Almost all photographs were taken in a quarter which is bordered by four smaller parts of big roads.

'Watch out! I keep watch at this place.'
'Watch out! I keep watch at this place.'

'Watch out! Savage dog!'
'Watch out! Savage dog!'

Mind the dog!
[M] 'Mind the dog! This house is alarmed! (Call number is effaced.) control center

  for emergency call and service'

'Mind out! Sharp dog!'
'Mind out! Sharp dog!'

Warnschild an einem Haus
[M] 'My name is (The name is effaced). You'll emmediately get to know me!'

'Mind the dog!'
'Mind the dog!'

'Private property! No trespassing!'
'Private property! No trespassing!'

prohibition sign at a plot boundary
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prohibition sign at a fence
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Please also take a look at

Places 20

Cuts 2

Cuts 4

Cuts 5

Entrances 1

Entrances 2

Please also read Charlie Dittmeier's report about the fact, that luxury cars are pretentious displays of wealth in Cambodia. The report is dated April 13 2009. The link leads to the latest entry of the diary. Please scroll down, if necessary.

The international poster organisation Loesje has started a project to train young people from all over Europe and Asia in how to organise and coordinate information campaigns about the Millennium Development Goals.
  These goals are set by the United Nations in order to fight poverty and to improve living standards world wide.

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