Monday, January 21, 2008

here for you during business hours



Margi found both these refrigerator magnets. That's how I feel about for-profit health care too.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you for this "blogsite"!!
Unnecessary quotation marks have been one of my pet peeves for years!
These are so funny. I can't wait to have the opportunity to "contribute" in some way, however "small."

Anonymous said...

These quotes aren't misplaced. They're attributing the line to whomever owns the shop.

TheJay said...

I wonder why they put 6th St. South rather than S. 6th St. -- is that a regional thing?

Delalyra said...

Yeah, what Anonymous said. Whole quotes in, er, quotes, as a slogan, is acceptable.

bethany said...

ok, y'all, you should read the FAQ, but here's the deal:
1) if it's a quotation it should be attributed.
2) this isn't the blog of ungrammatical quotation marks, it's the blog of unnecessary quotation marks.
3) chill out.

Anonymous said...

look out anon 4:17 and delalyra, you're sure to feel the wrath of jeff.

erik hogstrom said...

If I saw "Dedicated to your health" on a sign at the doctor's office, I would get back in my car and drive home. I don't care how sick I was. I wouldn't want to risk it!

Mike Koplow said...

"chill out."--Bethany

Good advice, esp. given the strident and superior tones in anonymous 4:17's and delayra's comments.

Andi said...

Ah, the "houlier than thou" police. What would we do without them?
It's for fun. Shut up. We don't care if the quotes are grammatically correct, they're funny.
And I think I'd worry about the wrath of Bethany more than the wrath of Jeff. Rawr.

Anonymous said...

jeff very consistently and fearlessly defends bethany's right to snark on quotes. i'm just saying he's a force to be reckoned with.

Jeff said...

oh, snap! I've become famous on teh interwebs. My life is complete.