Thursday, March 06, 2008

turn it "off"


I'm not sure if the thing is really a Hot Water Kettle, or if that's just its nickname. I also am confused about why "OFF" is in question while "ON" is quite fine. Thanks, Dianna.

11 comments:

ironic1 said...

Random punctuation and capitalization makes my head hurt so early in the morning. I need coffee.

Erik said...

Circuit Beaker?

Anonymous said...

"Hot Water Kettle" or Hot Water Kettle? Coffee Makers or Coffeemakers? But since I'm not a !!!!!!Student!!!!!, I guess it's not my problem.

John said...

are students the only one committing this violation or is this just another way for the faculty and staff to remind the students who is in charge?

Sarah said...

Wouldn't that be circuit BREAKER? Love your blog. My grammar blog is: yoursewvein.blogspot.com

mitchell said...

The message does seem to be addressed to students. Perhaps "Hot Water Kettle" and "OFF" are the words of the day?

Lynn said...

Yeah, I had images of a tour of Dr. Bunson Honeydew and his faithful assistant Beaker.

Anonymous said...

!!!!This is A sign "CREATED" by someone Blinded With rage who Is TIRED Of having to time and Time again "Flip" the Circuit Beaker!!!!

Anonymous said...

I'm also rather concerned about the Circuit Beaker. It's not in quotation marks, so one can only assume it is a literal Circuit Beaker. One wonders how exactly a Circuit Beaker works. Perhaps it's actually Beaker the muppet manning the circuits, and if you attempt to plug in too many devices at once he will get confused and trip on all the power cords.

Anonymous said...

Hey, way to not read the comments before you and thus be redundant, self...

John said...

ha! good one, maggie!