I’ve owned a digital camera for more than two years, and I’ve had this blog for more than half a year, and finally I’ve figured out how to put them together. To mark the occasion, I’ve selected a photo (above) that I shot in the parliament building in Belgrade a day after it was stormed by protesters demanding the removal of Slobodan Milosevic. The graffitti, which is in Serbian, calls on Milosevic to perform a particular sexual act upon himself.
While we’re on the subject, the picture that’s below is of a ransacked perfume shop owned by Milosevic’s much-hated son, Marko, who was known for the fast cars he drove and the spectacular crashes he got into with them. The graffitti suggests that he perform the previously-mentioned sexual act upon his father.