Monday, February 11, 2008

pseudo-official


Jim is so good at finding these. I also like the part about highest prices. Probably for sellers AND buyers, eh?

11 comments:

Jesly said...

I REALLY like that they misspelled Anapolis! Perhaps they should have put that word in quotation marks too...

Jesly said...

I REALLY like that they misspelled Anapolis! Maybe that should have been in quotation marks too....

TheJay said...

Do the two arrows mean you turn right and turn right again?

jimmy said...

jesly:

Huh? I don't know what "Anapolis" to which you're referring, but the capital of Maryland is, in fact, Annapolis. I should know; I've been there. I had crab cakes. They were delicious.

If you don't trust me on this, trust Google Maps. They're never wrong.

Anonymous said...

I love it when someone who is in the higher education field doesn't know how to punctuate. It makes me feel glad that people are paying a ton of money for an "education" there. And yes, I meant that!!

Oh, Jimmy is right. I've live in Maryland all my life. It's Annapolis.

Jeff said...

I can set up anything "official" I want, too!

BTW, jimmy, Google maps, while wonderful, isn't 100%. I work as a concierge and can't tell you the number of times Google has given me the address of a restaurant or store I know doesn't exist.

jimmy said...

True, jeff, but I don't think they'd mess up something as big as the capital of Maryland.

Jeff said...

True, jimmy, they'll just change it when they finish taking over the world.
/conspiracy theory

Anonymous said...

true, jeff.

Autumn said...

With the amount of money my aunt spent to send my cousin there, she might puke a little to see that.

Anthony said...

I think "Highest prices" should be in quotes.