Liberated Negative Space o’ the Day: Jesus saw you steal my cactus

Photographed by me on Floyd Ave, Modesto, CA.

Matt 18:18-20.

Forgiveness of one another is the most important thing.

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4 Responses to “Liberated Negative Space o’ the Day: Jesus saw you steal my cactus”

  1. zxvasdf Says:

    I know why that cactus was stolen. It is a San Pedro, and it is a hallucinogen similar to peyote. Peyote takes twenty, thirty years to mature. San Pedro, over the course of a single summer, can grow a foot or more in optimum conditions. If you graft peyote onto a column of San Pedro, the peyote will adopt its rapid growth rate. Unlike peyote, San Pedro is perfectly legal to grow, given your intentions with the flesh aren’t of an illegal bent.

    On another note, I am not sure whether the person who made the sign is saying: “Jesus saw-“, or in fact referring to a person named Jesus in “Jesus, saw you steal my cactus.” It’d be funny if the Jesus stole that cactus: “Daddy wouldn’t buy me any!”

    • E. Says:

      I wonder why they did not take both cactus plants if they’re so valuable. Then again, I do not credit my area’s local cactus thieves with much brains, or bravery.

      I think your proposal of addressing a dude named Jesus (and perhaps The Dude named Jesus) is a great one. Then again, he could have just looked at the sign and been dissatisfied with the closeness of his “s’s.” Now he’s accidentally created more confusion. “Let’s eat Grandma!” “Let’s eat, Grandma!” Punctuation makes ALL the difference, doesn’t it?

  2. intrsoul Says:

    Not sure if it counts as LNS, but on the way back from 4th of July festivities, I saw this in a men’s room. Crude, yet profound 😉


    Sadly, I didn’t have my phone with me to snap a pic. This was taken in IL, so it may have been the same one…

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