In Prague, multiuse paths include men in hats who escort girls with bows and bikes that are separated.
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does this remind anyone else of Husker Du boardgame?
On Flickr, [Stevil commented](http://www.flickr.com/photos/huggerindustries/4046094041/comment72157622667037680) that it was
> I was always curious where on earth men wearing fedoras could walk their midgets.
The longer you look at it, the weirder it is. [Kafka’esque](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kafkaesque) in a “senseless, disorienting, often menacing complexity” for a simple path sign. Why is the bike separate and disjointed, the long arms, fedora, and so on. Something as innocent as a sign is haunting. Kafka wrote of Prague in his novels.
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