an hour ago
"In a world of locked rooms, the man with the key is king. And, honey, you should see me in a crown."
I'm not sure how much protection this rusty strip of pointy bits actually provides, being as it only runs a meter/yard or so on either side of the gate. The rest of the fence only has its decorative arrowheads. How much of a deterrent is it if your rusting tetanus death-strip offers incomplete coverage? Or is it only meant to be a token rusting tetanus death-strip? These are questions.
In a reverse twist, at other places in the same complex barbed wire runs sporadically along *except* at the gate area. Most fences, though, stand unadorned by preventative weaponry. (Some days feel like I could stand to be adorned by preventative weaponry.) Keeping out the keyless is hardly a consistent gig, it seems, or are the inconsistencies meant to only sporadically discourage intruders? Again with the questions. We may never know...😉
May your day bring you endless curiosity.