There is good news for those who like strange ways to approach other people with the camera without distaste or alienation. A man, a professor of symmetry, rang the doorbells in Beverly Hills disguised as a white fly to make research for a book about fatigue and subtlety. Even though his conduct was neither Twitter’ish nor Facebook’ish, he was greeted with a light sprinkle and forebearance. Junket sprinkle. Bedding. Petrified grains.
“I’ve taken this grain with me home because it’s able to float on milk without the use of swimming strokes or those bronzed bubbles known from the supermarket shelves.”