Posted 7 Jun 2013
What is a partial zero emission vehicle?
Is that akin to my saying that I am vegetarian between meals?
I bet your car is also zero emissions…part of the time.
Posted 5 Jun 2013
This vanity plate seen in a parking garage. Not sure if this refers to a family called the Stolls who are sitting in the car or if this was intended as a homonym for “stolen”. Either way, if I were a cop, I would be inclined to give them a second look.
Are there any other tragically unfortunate (or woefully misguided) license plates that might have an increased likelihood of getting pulled over?
Posted 4 Jun 2013
The “update the speed limit” graffiti is a classic that most everyone has run across at some point, yet I had never seen it in a parking garage until this one.
It is odd to think that either a speed demon or prankster would really find an extra ten miles per hour for a few hundred feet even remotely exciting.
Yet, I don’t think it was just the building crew being too cheap to buy updated signs, because this is the only sign in the garage which has been updated.
The 10 mile an hour mystery continues…
Posted 23 May 2013
Doesn’t it just seem that this is one of Wile E. Coyote’s dastardly plans to squash Road Runner?
Road Runner is underneath it, munching on a pile of seed and Wile E. Coyote is pushing with all his might to teeter the rock onto his unsuspecting food. Unfortunately for him, the rock disobeys physics and falls towards the pusher, instead of away, and Wile E. Coyote is flattened like a pancake.
Needless to say, I was terrified to stand on either side of this rock.
Posted 20 May 2013
Every now and then you look ahead as you are walking down the sidewalk and you see a large puddle covering the path.
Is it too deep to walk through? Should you go around? If you walk through, will your shoes be wet for hours?
Here’s to the puddle-size-estimation based decisions we all have to make from time to time.