> I assume the one-way feature works at night as well.
If a true "one-way" mirror, only as long as the light outside is brighter than the light inside...
Technical details aside, and crappy puns aside, one does wonder just how such a physically unique context could reveal/conceal human behavior.
> Or my sense of being played with! :) > > Some people are more performative than others and > therefore would not feel uncomfortable with the > situation. In fact some might have quite a lot of fun > with it, mooning the passers-by and having a great > chuckle to themselves. (Probably most fun in a group.) > (That wouldn't be me, by the way. ;) There is also the > fact that you could see if someone was lurking nearby > at night. Then you could sit on the pot for hours > afraid to come out! :) > > I assume the one-way feature works at night as well. > > ~ marie > > --- bb <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > > Do you think it's merely adults' sense of play > > that > > > makes them create these public toilets in Houston, > > > Texas (images attached)? > > > > So these two photos seem to be of the same space -- > > a one way mirror thing, right? One can see out but > > not in? What happens at night? Does your sending > > them reflect your sense of play? > > > > lol!-- > > ---- > > bb > > > > > > > > > > > From: Marie Judson <email@example.com> > > To: Xmca <firstname.lastname@example.org> > > Subject: Re: First LCHC Play Discussion Notes > > Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2005 16:19:38 +0000 > > > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ > Marie Judson > Ph.D. Candidate > Department of Communication > UCSD, Mailcode 0503 > 858.643.9090 > email@example.com > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ >
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