Friday, December 28, 2007

Diverse services


Diverse services
Originally uploaded by mirthmobile
The quoted statement is clearly a slogan of some kind. But what does "Don't take your organs to heaven, heaven knows we need them here." have to do with insulation and energy services?

9 comments:

Wendy said...

1. Strong organs = health = energy??

OR

2. Organ = church music = insulation from Evil ???

That's all I got.

librarylass said...

I can't help but think that this may be a veiled warning to other drivers. If it is a warning, should this guy even be on the road?

Jeff said...

No way that counts as a slogan. It's obviously a political message about organ donation.

JB* said...

I agree with jeff - it is a message similar to the way a couple of the truck lines have devoted space to anti-drug messages.

sitboaf said...

Quick! While you're driving, pull out your license and make sure you're an organ donor!

Anonymous said...

Hmmm. Maybe the company should be the American Insulin and Energy Company......

Anonymous said...

it means give that guy a wide berth. at least 8 car lengths.

Anonymous said...

It means that a comma splice is just as bad as useless quotation marks. Last I checked, that comma should be a period.

Amy said...

My mom is alive because of an organ donation, so I'm all for the cute slogan. But...um...in the middle of an insulation sign??? One has to wonder what kind of ax murder will come install the insualtion, eh?