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5.28.2009

Decatur Beggar Spotted

It's been a while, but an emailer sends in this pic of the Decatur Beggar spotted today in Arlington at Collins and NE Green Oaks. in Arlington. History.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well...the old bastard is persistant...........

epic said...

I really, really, REALLY want a Kindle, so I'm giving up my $2 a day diet Coke habit. Maybe I should just go stand next to him with my own sign.

Anonymous said...

Barry....proofread before posting!!!! Did that second "Arlington" come from the redundant department of redundancy department???

Anonymous said...

what's a kindle?

Bryant Family said...

I feel like I am being left out. I have been all over the metroplex and have yet to see this guy. Maybe we could convince him to setup a twitter account to keep us posted on his location.

Or, better yet, maybe someone could convince him to wear one of those GPS tracking devices...

Anonymous said...

I used to feel sorry for him. Now I realize he has a career that involves travel.

Anonymous said...

9:45, good idea. Put a GPS tracker under his car seat. That is where I have one on my daughter's car. I bought it on Ebay.

Anonymous said...

I also saw him in N. Arlington last week.
Probably rakes in a few hundred a day!

Anonymous said...

A kindle is a device upon which you can download books, such as from Amazon, and read them off the screen. Though why anyone would rather do this than just get a free book from a library and read it is beyond me.

Anonymous said...

Get a F-N job!!!

Anonymous said...

I saw this guy at 380 and 75, (McKinney, I think) before I saw him in Decatur, so I was shocked to see him in Decatur. Sorry NO Pics

epic said...

12:42
I am an avid patron of multiple libraries, but I can't write in their books! I do use the free library books for my "beach books," but I like to own my serious literature.

The Kindle has a function for annotations, copying and saving particular passages, storing massive numbers of books, and reading newspapers and magazines. I primarily covet one for use in my classroom. It would work beautifully connected to my LCD projector for sharing particular passages in books I am reading, demonstrating annotation skills, and projecting relevant, current, newspaper and magazine articles connected to the literature we are reading.