Is it the bathroom at the Torch?
Men's room at the Torch. I've taken a similar pic.
The Flint YMCA.
Bathroom at the Torch.
My guess is the bathroom at the Capital Theatre
The powder room at county lockup?
Are those Pewabic tiles, or just strangely multicolored from age?
I'm pretty sure they aren't pewabic, but my memory, the lighting and beer goggles might not serve me well.
Grumkin, what were you doing in the men's room?
Man, that obviously wasn't the riddle I'd hoped for.Yes, it's the men's room at The Torch.
Glad to find out it's The Torch. Looked remarkably like our master bath. Mrs. Cooley (and you, Gordo) would've had a lot of explaining to do.
Hmmm... Though I'm a semi-regular patron of that august establishment, I've never noticed the colorful nature of the tiling in that particular restroom. I wonder why I've been so imperceptive?*ahem*
For those who weren't aware, the Women's bathroom looks the same. :)
That stare is a bit scary, Gordo. It immediately reminded me of Robert DeNiro in "Taxi Driver", trying on his guns in the mirror: "You lookin' at me? You lookin' at me? Well, who the ---- else ya lookin' at?"
I do look pretty creepy. Good thing no one else came in while I was taking the photo.
Yeah, I can see how standing around in a public bathroom with a camera might be considered to be, ummm, unusual.
Totally...the bathroom at the Torch
longfellow, civic park, anderson, central high, whittier, cook, cummings, cody, if you went to any of these schools, they have all been closed in recent years.
I've never noticed the tiles either. It is probably because I am too busy reading the hilarious grafitti on the walls.
Bathroom at the Club Triangle?
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