Thursday, November 20, 2008

there are a few exceptions


I get the impression that nobody is enforcing this one. I also invite others to make fun of the random capitalization, but I am too often guilty of same. Thanks, Andrea, who spotted this in Glasgow, Scotland.

9 comments:

Michemily said...

I assume that "is" should be an "in."

bethany said...

yeah, thanks, I fixed it.

Sparty_Cyclone said...

I also like how one quotation mark is underlined but the other is not.

Leisha Camden said...

This reminds me of a sign on a door in the building where I work. It says Keep this door locked or closed. I've worked there for three years now and I have seen that door closed precisely one - 1 - time. Why do they bother.

eilbeback said...

And what's with the scattered capitalizations? Is "Clear" a person?

April said...
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April said...

What? No capitalization of Doorway? Unacceptable!

James said...

They didn't bother to strike the ctr+u command prior to the final indiscretion.

Andrew said...

Keep this door locked or closed.

I guess that means open is fine...as long as it's LOCKED!

On another note, I've always been amused by notices such as "Keep this door closed at all times." If it's so important, they should just weld it shut permanently.