305 Photo of the Day: Insane Clowns in Some Sort of Posse

Today's picture comes from TattooLaPalooza, held earlier this month at the Miami Beach Convention Center. As you can clearly see, it's a bunch of clowns who've stapled dollar bills to their flesh. Maybe it's a clever way of showing how the things we put onto our bodies are often meant to communicate wealth. Or maybe they're clowns who just like stapling things to themselves.

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Anyway, the photo is by Michele Sandberg, from FlaSporty's Flickr stream. It's also the first photo of the day taken from our New Times Flickr pool. Which you should all join.

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