camera in tow. Here's what I saw. And aw shucks,
I'm so flattered by the requests for commentary, that
I've decided to embark upon creating two sites,
a commentary free site for free, and a commentary
site for something really cheap, like $5 a year or something.
But for now, I give you another episode of Real Photos from the
Streets of Dayton, Ohio USA, the Urban Appalachian Babylon
of the United States.
the fool who left that pop top open is begging to get an
old fashioned thievery attempted on them.
and I forget what the cross street is. The
thieves have taken the street signs, which is a norm in a lot
of the poorer neighborhoods in Dayton.
at 34 Pierce St, which is just off of Wayne Ave.
on the opposite side of Wayne that the South Park
neighborhood is located in.
streets, which is quite common in older neighborhoods like this one.
knows how to live right in the summertime.
the intersection gardens.
They're a poor-man's solution to fun in the summer sun.
Clover, there sits the tiny Riley's Barber Shop where the haircuts are
still done high and tight, like them hard-workin'
Urban Appalachians like 'em.
is a glaring testament to the influence of Sprawl-mart in America.
on Lorraine and Carlise, and is grand as hell.
can be found pounding away at
the edge of sidewalks throughout the
Twin Towers neighborhood of Dayton.
An idiot on Xenia Avenue openly displays the American version of
the Nazi flag with pride and ignorance abounding.
is a steady presence of positivity on the
eastern Wyoming Street Hill and neighborhood
where Linden Heights, Walnut Hills and Belmont
on a bicycle. I recommend it for all seasoned