Art gets mad when children play with it

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If you're a computer nerd (like me), you've probably noticed the buzz 'round the Internets about Google Street. It's a feature within Google's popular map service that lets users to see photos taken on the streets. Most of the time the photos are innocuous, but -- as many have already discovered -- they're occasionally hysterical.

Like the above photo, for instance. It's a real place in San Francisco, and, while I've never been there, I'm guessing that disgruntled sculpture isn't actually trying to attack those kids. But, at first glance, it looks like those kids starting playing with the art, and the art got mad -- and fought back!

I can't wait for the day when a child is caught by his or her parents on Google Street, getting up to something they're not supposed to. That will be equal parts hysterical and frightening.

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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