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9:28pm on Thursday, 19th March, 2009:
If you want to put a sticker on the map outside the central railway station, complaining about global warming, it might seem like a good idea to place said sticker over the "you are here" symbol because that's where people are going to look. However, it is in fact a bad idea, because it means people don't know where they are. Yesterday, I had every intention of walking to the hotel, but because some wide-eyed, right-on protestor decided to cover up the very point on the map that I needed to see, I wound up taking a taxi instead — thereby contributing to global warming.
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