Not many people know that back in 390 BCE, Chinese philosopher, Mozi, and Greek philosopher, Aristotle, got together on this corner to discuss the principles of camera obscuras. Of course, back then, this building wasn't a Bank of America, it was a Mayan temple later repurposed as a bank. Mozi was really impressed with Aristotle considering Aristotle was just six years old at the time. After their discussion, they traded firecrackers and ouzo.
(The above account is accurate from what I remember. It may be clouded a little because I got into the ouzo pretty early.)
Bakersfield, California 2012
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