Thursday, February 2, 2012

The View of Your Window

I don't think people are going to get this one.



Good luck!

Update: Somewhat improbably, chobbs nails it. Penn State Hazelton. Submitted by Shane. Thanks for submitting, and thanks for playing.

--Mr. Zero

25 comments:

Anonymous said...

not a response, but can we have a post on the most recent apa email about jfp? i think adding a "lol" after each sentence would be sufficient.

Anonymous said...

William and Mary

Anonymous said...

I think that is behind the football stadium at the University of Tennessee.

Jaded, Ph.D. said...

Ole Miss.

Jaded, Ph.D. said...

FYI, that's actually me above. I was just too lazy to log on. Then, I logged in and approved my own comment. DER.

Anonymous said...

What's sad about this photo is that this is the typical office of a part time or term lecturer. Notice the cracked window glass (lower left hand corner) which has been taped up.

Anonymous said...

Are these supposed to be views "of" the window or views "from" the window? Because this is kind of ridiculous.

Mr. Zero said...

Are these supposed to be views "of" the window or views "from" the window?

There are no rules. And everybody's wrong.

Anonymous said...

Given the tie, which looks purple and gold, I am going with LSU. They also happen to have lots of lecturer type positions if memory serves me correctly.

Anonymous said...

I think they are views "with respect to" the windows.

Eric Winsberg said...

Radiator says northeast. Atmosphere says SLAC. I'm going to guess Colgate.

Anonymous said...

UT-Austin

Lala said...

Gotta be in the UK...

chrono said...

University of California, Riverside

Anonymous said...

Bristol, UK

Anonymous said...

brown

Anonymous said...

orange

Anonymous said...

princeton -- looks like the back of the woodrow wilson school there.

Diogenes said...

Sash windows with old radiator in what looks like a converted house. Looking out at what appears to be a much grander building (shows philosophy's marginality, nice.) past some xeriscaping. So, an older campus, probably smaller, at altitude(?), in the American West. My first instinct is St. John's College in Santa Fe, but I don't remember any dilapidated houses there. NAU? No, not old enough. Colorado College? No, not green enough. Fuck. Me.

Breland Hall, New Mexico State University.

chobbs said...

Penn State-Hazleton

Anonymous said...

I'd say Yale's Connecticut Hall based on the windows but I don't recognize the outside at all.

Anonymous said...

University College London.

Anonymous said...

University of Oslo?

Anonymous said...

St Andrews

Anonymous said...

Northwestern.