Mimes make great speed bumps
The Associated Press reports that a traffic-control program in Caracas, Venezuela, employs mimes at crosswalks to "politely and silently scold" reckless drivers and careless pedestrians.
Since mimes, who constitute approximately .0001% of the world's population, are loathed by the other 99.9999%, here are some better uses for mimes in public spaces:
--breakaway safety posts at curbs
--doggy-do bag dispensers and collectors
--poles for posting "Work from home $$$$" fliers
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