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christi & david and baltimore pictures [Mar. 27th, 2006|11:20 pm]
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Now that my computer works, I finally posted my pictures from christi & david's house and baltimore - check them out! (yay for working computer!)

[User Picture]From: onefishclappin
2006-03-28 05:35 pm (UTC)
Wow, the church really looks like a 3-d puzzle.

And if you've ever been on Westheimer on a Friday or Saturday night, you'll know why police disallow "cruising" on weekends.
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[User Picture]From: destroyerj
2006-03-28 06:56 pm (UTC)
But does it explain why they disallow it only on weekends?
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[User Picture]From: gregstoll
2006-03-28 06:57 pm (UTC)
That was my confusion...
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[User Picture]From: onefishclappin
2006-03-28 07:10 pm (UTC)
Because it's only a problem on weekends, would be my guess. If they started having people cruising (usually defined as passing a single point more times than X during period of time Y) on other days, they would increase the enforcement.

Also, since it's not usually illegal to "cruise" you have to have a overwhelming reason to disallow it, instead of just saying "no cruising, anywhere, anytime"

Oh, and why were you not allowed to take pics in the market?
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[User Picture]From: gregstoll
2006-03-28 07:15 pm (UTC)
Ah, I guess that makes sense.

I dunno, some security guard came up and told me that. I guess it's technically private property, so they can do what they want...but it's still irritating.
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[User Picture]From: onefishclappin
2006-03-28 07:38 pm (UTC)
Weird. I just can't think what would be sensitive enough or bothersome enough that they wouldn't want the free advertising of "Oh and here's a picture of when we went to.."
Maybe they had problems with foot traffic flow with people stopping to take pictures? Weird.
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[User Picture]From: gregstoll
2006-03-28 07:39 pm (UTC)
My (cynical) guess is there's some vague concern about security. I also guess no one can explain why taking pictures of a market that anyone can come in to and look at is a threat to security.
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