So, you're walking down the street. Suddenly, you decide you need to pray right then and there. Sure, you COULD just pray silently in your mind, but what fun is that?
Enter the Prayer Booth:
It's pretty obviously a modified phone kiosk (not exactly a "booth" really). The website, written in somewhat broken English as you will see, says this is in Florida, but the sixth photo down sure looks like New York, probably Manhattan, to me. Are these a franchise or something? Have any of you seen one of these? Are they popping up all over on the streets of Big City America?
Incidentally, the manufacturers should pray for some English lessons. The instructions use "it's" when they mean "its." Yes, I'm a nit picker.
"Dylan Mortimer, Public Prayer Booths
My computer hates it.
Check out George Lucas' first movie "THX1138".
What does Tinyurl do to your computer, Shurruma? I usually only use it when the original URL is like a million characters long.
If Expression Engine would cooperate with me, I wouldn't have to post dopey non-linking URL's at all.
"The first shows a mountain in the background, and Orlando is not in a mountainous area. The fifth large one has a street sign labeling the street a snow route--again, not an Orlando feature."
I didn't notice the mountain but I caught the New York-style street signs.