A busy weekend indeed, and I did not get the time to truly hunt for interesting sights... all I can muster is a tidbit of trashspotting zen from early Friday afternoon.
I was driving in a tidy North-Waterloo suburb and noticed a discarded toilet beside its refuser's blue box. Said refuser had placed it on its side. Why?
- Was he afraid someone might use the toilet, out of maliciousness or otherwise, if it were placed upright?
- Was he purporting to be helpful, as if to say, "This toilet is on its side because I wanted to make it as obvious as possible that I do not want it anymore"?
- ...or did he simply leave the discarded toilet in the position it landed, without a further thought? Perhaps, for all my pondering of his motives, this discarder had none at all. Perhaps I was creating meaning, imagining purpose, when there was but none.
Until official TS guidelines are made public tomorrow... adieu.