Wednesday, December 26, 2007

or any day


Yeah, yeah, the slogan thing. But isn't it better to imagine that they don't, in fact, light anything? Or that, action movie one-liner style, they light things on FIRE?? Thanks to contributing editor, Jim.

7 comments:

Husher7242 said...

As someone who has worked for newspapers for a few years now, all I can say about this blog in general is: Thank you. And God bless us, every one.

joeythelovesponge said...

I think the sign proclaims someone is planning on getting good and stoned this christmas

Not quite the Bradys said...

Ditto! "Lighting up the holidays" sounds like Santa and the boys down in the workshop are going to put on a little Bob Marley and celebrate with a joint or two.

Anonymous said...

Sorry smarties. This is actually a proper use of quotation marks. The marks are surrounding a statement or testimonial by a person.

This is a fun site and all, but using quotation marks to mark a quotation isn't ironic, it is correct.

Anonymous said...

people just don't read faq's like they used to.

Jeff said...

Really, anonymous? Who said it? You can't just randomly quote testimonials and not credit the person who said it. That would be irresponsible and... improper.

eilbeback said...

Still... I'd like to see a period at the end of that slogan, preferably before the close quote.