“I’ll put my name on anything, but them grills really work good!” –George Foreman
I love everything about this photo, including, but not limited to, the way his bottom half has aged more than his top half. And the shack. And the sky. I wonder who put this sign here?
Please note: previous question was rhetorical. I’m sure somebody out there knows, or could use Dark Google Arts or the dread Wikipedia to find out. Which is fine, just don’t tell me. I’d rather wonder.
I suppose in some cultures, there is a difference between the concept of “what is right for me to do” and “what I should do.” Like, maybe, I dunno, if the latter is defined by societal expectations and the former is a personal imperative? Or vice versa? Help me out here, people, in the comments.