I think the quotation marks work as is. You get free access to Internet access – that is, you get to enter the restaurant for free.
Hey "Blog" of "Unnecessary" Quotation Marks,Just wanna say that I recently discovered your blog, and it kills me...in a good way.rock on,aitch
great, bethany. so now you're a murderer.
how about a blog for hanging asterisks? unless the follow-up is written at the bottom, which would be pretty darn shady.
*read "blog" at your own risk.
My very "subversive" blog comes up blank in some countries--the title is there, but no pics or copy.
I had a friend who always put my name in quotation marks! I finally asked her to stop, but she said "no."She thought it made people's names "cute."
The really interesting thing about this particular submission, is that Hong Kong International airport has free wi-fi throughout. Just grab a chair, pop open your computer and have at it. So unless the restaurant has found a way to block that . . . I just returned from Asia and had a couple of long layovers in HGK and spent many an hour availing myself of this wonderful service!
Maybe it's free "internet access" because of the fact that it's in China and you can't look up anything about democracy or freedom and the like...So yeah, it should be "free" :)
So does an asterisk following QMs cancel it out?Random semi-related news, Starbucks won't be using T-Mobile for their non-free internet service anymore. They're switching to AT&T and it will be "free"*. All you have to do is register a Starbucks giftcard on the website (which must contain a minimum of five dollars. So it's "free"*!)
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