Yesterday afternoon I spent a fun couple of hours with the anarcho-aesthete neoyippie utopian nanorevolutionary cell CAFF (Cheap Art for Freedom; aka Collective Anarchist Freedom Fuckers), hanging mock warning signs through Tomkins Square Park. Mostly I used my cellcam to document the attractively designed signs. It was funny how I felt a twinge of fear and preemptive guilt when my bumptious friend Matthias (who designed the signs) suggested I help. One of the CAFF members asked me, "When's the last time you left your comfort zone?" The query stumped me. I could quip every time I see a Fringe show, but that's not true. The last time I broke the law was when I furtively smoked on an elevated subway platform. $75 fine. And I don't smoke anymore. Anyway, here are the some pictures of their/our work. They're practically the only record, since about a two hours after, when we came back from a delicious Indian meal on East 6th, all the signs had been taken down. Lex longa, ars brevis. I'm checking out CAFF's further adventures this afternoon in Washington Square Park.