Sunday, September 20, 2015

Two Lights, Two Speaks, Big Brother in Brownwood


Two lights to help you find your way.  Two speakers to provide you the latest information from Big Brother.  Five Guys, should you cross the street, offers a variety of hamburgers and various condiments.

All this is located in The Villages hometown of Brownwood.

21 comments:

Kate said...

Intriguing name; why five guys? do 5 own it? who are the five?

Sylvia K said...

I'm ready to have lunch there!! I just realized it's 1 PM and I haven't eaten anything today!! Someone asked me not long ago how I stayed so thin in my olden days and I had to confess that I frequently forget to eat!!! Hey, but it works for me!! Hope you have a great new week!!

William Kendall said...

Burgers would suit me.

Linda said...

I love this street view, Lowell! Very attractive. :)

RedPat said...

What could the big guy want to tell you in a parking lot?

Taken For Granted said...

If they start playing patriotic music early in the morning you will know that Big Brother has taken over. Good catch.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Do they really make announcements over those speakers Lowell? I'm with TFG, not too early I hope 😉

Birdman said...

Hanging around here, you better know your numbers.

llandudnopictures said...

Every need catered for!

Sharon Anck said...

Lots going on here! I'm sad to say that I'm not a fan of Five Guys. I've had way better burgers at other places.

Small City Scenes said...

Keep a low profile-----
MB

EG CameraGirl said...

Hmmmm. I don't get why there are speakers there.

Halcyon said...

An interesting scene. I like the fries at Five Guys.

VP said...

Big Brother spies who is eating hamburgers at Five Guys?

Linda said...

I meant to add that I don't see lights like this anymore, such a shame.

Kay said...

Okay...is there a video camera hidden somewhere?? Nice composition but it's just a little too tidy a place to feel entirely real to me...

stardust said...


Excuse me for my ignorance, Lowell, but sometimes your humor is not instantly funny to me, though I’m a fan of your sense of humor. I know Big Brother related to “1984” though I haven’t read it, but have no idea about Five Guys. 24-hour surveillance cameras are placed at many places to monitor who comes in and out in Japan. Anyway, nice shot of the parking lot.

100 days are left this year. It depends on you whether you still have 100 days or not. Enjoy your autumn of Florida.

Yoko

Karl Demetz said...

I like these lights and the building behind is an interesting structure.

Cezar and Léia said...

Gorgeous facade and so beautiful lights indeed!
Léia

magiceye said...

Pretty street. Takes 5 guys to make a burger?

Pierre BOYER said...

:-)
Enjoy your day Lowell !

Pierre

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