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Watertown, Massachusetts
United States
Posted Jun 2, 2006

When our photographer took these photos inside the Department of Motor Vehicles he was informed by a helpful Department employee that photos weren't permitted on government property. Why not? The helpful employee had no idea, but she assured him that if he didn't destroy the photos he would be sued by the government. Not wishing to see taxpayer dollars go into the pockets of government lawyers, our photographer deleted all traces of government property from his photos, leaving behind only the Logozoan that is his own property. What DMV practices are so unspeakable that they must be erased from the photographic record? You'll have to go there in person to find out. If you dare.

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