Bring on the "Jesus Juice"?
Yes, it's definitely too soon. :/
Yeah, completely tasteless (not the wine, the timing) and absolutely too soon. Let's at least let the man get into the ground first. Wow.
Too soon for the comment but at least somebody used the quote marks correctly. WIN!
tasteless yes, but I don't think these quotation marks qualify as unnecessary. At least, they're not incorrect.
I agree--the sale is tastless (at least they're not selling soda pop), but the quotation marks are correct.
And in unnecessary quotes related to the "King of Pop", I bring you this gem from Yahoo UK&Ireland "Grieving Jackson Fans 'Commit Suicide'"http://uk.news.yahoo.com/5/20090629/ten-grieving-jackson-fans-commit-suicide-8a3eada.htmlDo I get something for finding that?
"Commit Suicide" is punctuated correctly according to UK news headline convention. The quotation marks indicate that somebody *says* something happened--in this case, the guy who runs a Michael Jackson website.The sign in the photo is also correct: the marks around "King of Pop" indicate skepticism, and "Pop the Cork" is a title.
I see no problem with the quotation marks on this particular sign. But more importantly, when you're tweaking someone else's mistakes, it looks pretty bad to misspell "memoriam."
Johnlilly, they do not indicate skepticism. They indicate that he is called the "King of Pop". They are grammatically correct, w/out indicating skepticism.
"King of pop".
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They used up all their clever word-play on the name "Best Cellars," hence the lame "pop" joke.
I'm pretty sure this is in Boston, no?
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