Friday, December 30, 2011
Sunday, October 16, 2011
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Sunday, September 4, 2011
With budgetary woes what they are, you'd think that public agencies would be careful about guarding their property. But writer Jay Berman found a different attitude in Manhattan Beach.
Friday, August 26, 2011
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Thursday, March 24, 2011
"Duh!" Award Winner A sample test from the Department of Motor Vehicles includes a question about some long, thin models I've never seen on a freeway.
Unofficial economic indicators
In San Diego, Meredith Sewell found an ATM with a very tight monetary policy.
Unclear on the concept
This video shop didn't know which end was up, which may be one of the reasons it went out of business.
Taking his role literally
While in San Francisco I ran into a true PAN-HANDLER. (He's smiling because I gave him a dollar for letting me take his photo).
Such a deal
I think it was wise of this company to make it clear to customers that it sells "modern" computers, not outdated ones.
Or maybe go by dogsled
My old Times colleague Bob Pool writes: "Got an ad at home yesterday from the MTA (Metro Transit Authority) promoting ditching the car for the bus...Got a mailer hanging on my front door this a.m. from Morrie Sage's Universal City Nissan urging that I 'get off he bus and march over to us with O% financing (on select models).'"
I beg your pardon!
miscelLAny: I don't mind that movie theaters order spectators to turn off their cell phones before the feature starts. But couldn't they also remind folks to turn their phones BACK on when the movie ends? I can never remember. And I am insane for culture.
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