Men at Work signs found in Libya
Tripoli, iv.2006; pict. H. De Meyer
This looks like one of the results of chancelor
Schröder's mission to the country. We recognize one of the older
. Though he is looking to the other
side (current practice in politics). It is fortunate that, for once, not the
featureless modern button-head was chosen for export.
Do I need to repeat that a cap is not safe enough? See Bartolomeo's Best Practices
I'm wondering what in the (probably secret) production
process makes it necessary to cut the poor guy in so many different pieces.
Many countries don't need the grooves. They occur in some older
designs (e.g. Madeira
but are most common in modern match-stick designs (e.g. Lithuania
Is it to save on raw material? Then, why not hollow him out? What a lost chance
for cheaper production.