Monday, October 22, 2007

not working at all


I must say, "Your Measure K Bond Funds at Work" is a pretty lousy slogan. And I hate to believe that the funds are not actually working for the school at all. Thanks Jonathan.

other updates: I changed the header to be typographically correct, and the tagline to reflect what we really do: misinterpret.

9 comments:

logan said...

holy crap! that's the middle school i went to! well, i guess the three years of education they provided was all for naught.

bobponcho94 said...

i love your site! it is so funny!

--bobponcho94--

Tequila Mockingbird said...

sweet. i love your site.

Patch said...

"You" are hilarious.

cassie said...

I don't even get that? What is a measure K bond? maybe it's because I am "Australian" ahahaha

zen wizard said...

At least they didn't say, "Your Measure K Bonds 'At Work.'"

That would mean they are teaching the kids Basketweaving 101 and how to raise a snake in a terrarium.

john said...

What was typographically incorrect about the title before?

bethany said...

I had what is called a double prime instead of quotation marks around the random words in the title. While quotation marks are curly, prime marks (usually used to indicate inches, or seconds in an arc) are straight. Several typographers and/or typography geeks have pointed this out to me.

Lester said...

I don't think "Your Measure K Bonds At Work," is the school's slogan (although that would be hilarious). If you look above where it says Manuel F. Cunha Middle School, it says, "Additions and Renovations at..."

I wish "Your Measure K Bonds At Work," was the school's slogan, though. They should keep it after the "additions and renovations" are finished.