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Sunday, 6 August 2017

Jehovah's Witnesses, Fish Market

Two men stand near racks of religious literature on Bank Street, Pyrmont, outside the Fish Market while two women wait to cross at the lights. Jehovah's Witnesses are very visible on the streets of Sydney, usually at places where there is heavy foot traffic. I have seen them also in Union Square, Pyrmont; at the end of the pedestrian bridge on Market Street in the city; and on Dixon Street between Goulburn Street and Hay Street, Haymarket. They stand near their literature dressed in neat casual clothing waiting for people to show some interest, although I've never seen any of them talking to anyone. They're like those fish with lures attached to their heads. The racks here had tags on them. One of the tags read "Annandale Cart 6".


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