Tuesday, August 28, 2012

From the window of a hardware store in the Bronx. Note the interesting use of periods. If I had the nerve, I would have gone inside and asked for a "shovel is and a spreader is, please". Obviously, I don't.

Thursday, August 23, 2012

I'm trying to picture what was going through the author's mind as they wrote this:

"To 'wok' something is a verb, right? So, if I cook something in a wok, then I must have woked it. Crap - that sort of means I roused it from sleep. Erm, 'wok'd'. That's it."

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Taken on Mass Ave, Cambridge. I thought this was supposed to be a clever town, what with all those fancy university's and whatnot.

Friday, August 17, 2012

I went into this pub (in Aylesbury, UK - home of fighting, car-theft and shoplifting) and noticed that they did, in fact, have 2 pool tables.  Both were in the rear of the building. When I pointed out that their sign indicated that their sole pool table was in the rear of the building, a most lively exchange followed. Earlier today, the nurse said I should be allowed home soon.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Who is this particular youth? Seems strange that the esteemed Ithaca Journal would write such a piece about one person's psyche.
I'm considering starting a sub-blog (if there's such a thing) devoted to it's / its errors

Monday, August 13, 2012

Ok, I'm going to try to be kind about this. This is from a very well-meaning, but sadly misguided agent while travelling in the UK. Heathrow Airport, Terminal 4, to be exact. We do need Apostrophe OFFENCES, not just random pictures of the word Apostrophe. However, that weird thing above the 'o' could be a bizarre, mutant punctuation mark. I just don't know, anymore.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Well, I suppose this could just about be valid if there is only one package for Guest, but I'm not convinced

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

This just in, from our agent in the United States of England. Seen in The Bluff Inn near Hayle, Cornwall. Your welcome!