Last Call- Yogi Berra Edition

A guerilla art installation in Pasadena California reminds us that when you see a fork in the road, you should take it.
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  1. FuzzyPlushroom Avatar

    I should take it?
    Jeez. I mean, traffic cones, reflector posts, road signs… at least that shit's possible. I'm not sure you could even get that fork in a 245, much less my 244.

  2. blueplate Avatar

    Photo is taken in a weird, alternate reality where people only drive Toyota Camrys. Oh, California? That's why

  3. Alff Avatar

    Nobody goes to Pasadena any more … it's too crowded.

  4. PowerTryp Avatar

    Well if its guerilla art then it shouldn't be there. Taking it would be a service. Mad_Science you've got one task left for your Country Sedan wagon (That is what you have to sell right?).

  5. engineerd Avatar

    The little old lady from Pasadena was quoted as saying, "Damn hippie artists. There goes the neighborhood. I'm moving to Chino."

    1. SVT2888 Avatar

      Hey! I live in Chino!

  6. joshuman Avatar

    In France, in 1999, I was driving and my navigator kept messing up the directions. We got to see a 50-foot-tall paperclip sculpture four times and were kindly allowed to pay an Autoroute toll each time. I tried to find a picture but I can't even remember which road we were on at the time. I think it was somewhere between the Bordeaux region and Blois but I might be wrong.

  7. JeepyJayhawk Avatar

    Is it still guerrilla art if it takes a crane, concrete foundation, and a work crew to install?