JF Ptak Science Books Post 173
Back in the days "when it was a long time ago" (in the words of my five-year old, Tessie) I found this artwork covering a Washington D.C. water department structure near the Whitehurst Freeway, down near the waterfront in Georgetown. It was a six-sided structure, brick, with boarded up windows; all of the windows and most of the brick in between had been used as a political/personal diary by one of the free-rangers who lived under the highway. It was very creative, with parenthetical statements, asides, and even one footnote (I've still not seen another footnoted work of graffiti).
Since I've made a few short posts about the Trinity Test and the coming of the use of the atomic bomb, I thought to include this, as I think the use of "atomic bomb" in outside/public diaries is still pretty rare.
The panel reads:
The "if necessary" part I think was a stroke of pure genius.