Saturday, January 17, 2009

locally


also nation-tall? There are actually a lot of things silly about this sign, my favorite being the moral imperitive scrawled in inkpen. Thanks, Liz.

11 comments:

Gilahi said...
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Gilahi said...

At least they apologized for the inconvience [sic].

RC said...

the outrage!

of all the words to use quotation marks with, suprised it was nationwide

Jake said...

I "found" a nice example for you with "grammar" bonus!

http://flickr.com/photos/jakerome/3203072392/

pirate-twin said...

Sorry to dampen the quot's personal high, but I've found no confirmation that this is even true. News wires "got" nothin'.

p.s. blogger.com SUCKS

super normal said...

*This is wrong!* Yes, in so many ways.

voxwoman said...

what "nation" are they talking about? At our local post office, humans are being replaced by an automated postage/package machine that we are constantly urged to use instead of wait in the long line.

wv: skedushe - part of a slang term that fell out of use, in favor of skidoo...

Chris said...

"inkpen" Really? Not a graphitepen?

badfae said...

Ah, "inconvience", continuing its cross-country tour.

gseth78 said...

Apparently, the Post Office wants everyone to know about this "inconvience" except the retail service employees who have no information about this issue.

Kugel said...

Um...you do know it's spelled "imperative", right?