September 12

September 12, 2011 at 10:00 pm | Posted in Transylvania | 2 Comments
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September 12: American Romanian graffiti.
It’s strange, but some things in Romania remind me of America in, say, the 1970s and 1980s. People litter. (There hasn’t yet been a “Give a Hoot. Don’t Pollute.” campaign.) People frequently don’t wear seat belts or use car seats. (They haven’t seen those old crash-test dummy commercials. People don’t scoop their dog’s poop. (Okay, I guess some Americans still don’t do this.) And people graffiti with abandon. Maybe I notice the graffiti more because the words are so often in English … like this one, at a new park we visited not long ago. So, um, until next time, rock on!

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  1. Graffiti is written in English there? How interesting!

    Unfortunately people leave litter all over Canada. It makes me very angry that so many people expect someone else to pick up after them.

  2. Sounds a little like time travel. 🙂


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