Mark spotted this one and offers the following interpretations from his facebook friends: Is it a theoretical door? Is this some kind of philosophical directive regarding following through with opportunity? How do you even close a "door" improperly?
They seem uncertain whether or not these things should be called nachos or not, so I guess it's ok if they aren't really sorry you have to spend your EBT on something more closely resembling food. Thanks, Abigail.
There are plenty of websites to make your "friends" into "enemies" by exposing their facebook posts, so I don't usually post this kind of thing, but the combination of sweet and funny here just tickled me too much. Thanks, Bron.
Jacob spotted this in Colorado, and notes the menu also includes a listing for "pad thai." I guess that's further evidence that what they actually are serving is American Thai Food, not the same thing they serve in Thailand.
I guess there's nothing new about... money? As a side note, I guess I don't handle cash often, because I did not know the bill had been redesigned and had purple on it now, I thought this might be from another country besides the U.S. Thanks, Erika.
I love this one because 1) it appears the founding date refers to Mr. Atcas. 2) the quotation marks imply that it is inaccurate. Perhaps because people are generally born, not founded. 3) unless Mr. Atcas is a cyborg? Thanks Benjamin.
I don't usually post the following: newspaper headlines, personal email, craigslist postings, unprofessional websites. I also tend to not crosspost things from other blogs, since I have so much unique material waiting for me to get to it.
Things I see a lot: silica gel "do not eat"; hair dryer labels; inside the bus "do not drill"; Wal-mart sign about IDs; coffee machine with "2" cup sizes; employees must "wash hands".