I see some words…

Written By: admin - Nov• 18•08

I think this is actually an example of how you can communicate even if you’re not using any particular linguistic rules.  It’s the exception to the rule.  It’s also funny.  Thanks, Q!

EDIT:  I have come to realize that Q isn’t the only one who text-messages me pictures and I inadvertently attributed this picture incorrectly.  Nolan, you rock, and I hope the giggles continue.


My head is spinning.

Written By: admin - Nov• 17•08

This one speaks for itself.

House 021

Identity Fail

Written By: admin - Nov• 07•08

Um, no.

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Brilliant as always, Sarah.

Frozen poop, part deux

Written By: admin - Nov• 06•08

Ace reporter Sarah writes,

Is it possible that there are a finite number of apostophes in the world and Reuters stole them all from CNN for that ice cream shop poop story?


Totally ganked amusement

Written By: admin - Nov• 04•08

Found this one over at the lovely Cake Wrecks, and it is too good not to share with everybody.


(Click image to take you to the Cake Wrecks post.)

Friday Puzzler

Written By: admin - Oct• 30•08

I’m not even trying to be witty when I say that I honestly have no idea what this is about.   I’m pretty sure something’s not right…


What the heck is up with that, Q?

Sarah strikes again

Written By: admin - Oct• 29•08

I should really just hand Sarah the keys.

I’ll take “option” B, thanks, Macy’s!  Love the shoes, hate the quotes.  ;^)

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Thoreau Monday

Written By: admin - Oct• 20•08

Every time I pass this sign I make a mental note to share it, and then of course I forget because I’d forget my brain if it weren’t nailed in there.  Anyway, I love this sign.  There’s nothing technically wrong with it, either, if we waive complete-sentence punctuation requirements for signs (which I do).   I think it is perfect for a Monday post… it sort of expresses a quiet desperation.  Please.


This error is plane to see.

Written By: admin - Oct• 09•08

Sarah is one of those awesome academic types who approaches the internet with curiosity rather than fear.  Sometimes she also pokes it with a sharp stick.  Rock on, Sarah!


Gently! (say in mostly-dead Westley voice)

Written By: admin - Oct• 07•08

Obviously, the management at Pizza Oz in East Point is worried that you might not be very strong.  Or that you might be really strong and break their door, so they want you to push gently?

Thanks, Nolan!


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