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One of the Florida newspaper sites, possibly the Orlando Sentinel Local Puppy Trainer, features random Flickr albums. They had an album of signs yesterday that included this warning sign at a gardening store:

“Parents: Unattended children will be given expresso and a free puppy.”

Jimi was reincarnated as a finch. The BBC has an article on a new art exhibit that features Gibson Les Paul guitars, cymbals, and wild finches. Play the video and wait for the little dude with the twig at about 1 minute in.


1 cookie jill { 03.01.10 at 8:09 am }

Absolutely brilliant signage! Will might have to find an occasion to duplicate!

Oh, and yes, Bryan, revenge does taste better when served up on ice! Heee…heee.
(Great game though…)

2 Bryan { 03.01.10 at 11:46 am }

The sign sounds like someone has been a babysitter for “active” children.

The loss for the US was necessary if Americans wanted to leave Vancouver in one piece. Hockey is rather important to Canadians – it’s featured on the back of their $5-dollar bill.

3 cookie jill { 03.01.10 at 1:29 pm }

I know how important hockey is to Canada. I grew up (early years) in Hanover, NH. Dartmouth used to “import” Canadians to go to school to man up the hockey team. My favorite memories of childhood were being taught to iceskate by the Dartmouth team. They would slap huge skates on my friend Jill Stanbrook’s and my feet (along with many pairs of socks) toss us out on the ice then refuse to pick us up until we repeated some “choice words” in French….or more than often, Quebequois
.-= last blog ..reinstating commercial whaling =-.

4 Bryan { 03.01.10 at 3:41 pm }

My family acquired a French Canadian by marriage in my Mother’s generation, and a Metis in mine, both lines from Quebec to the Adirondacks of New York for logging.

I do wish the Swiss side would get some new kit that didn’t make them look like ambulance drivers.