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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Signs of the Times

From the men's room at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Looks like somebody skipped out on grade school spelling one time too many. Probably too busy looking at the sixth grade boys out on the playground in their PE shorts.

And from Portland, this fantastic snippet of rainbow purportions:

We're Going to Have a Gay Mayor next year! Great job, Sam Adams!

18 comments:

dit said...

AH! That is well shameful spelling. lol

Brilliant, we need more gays. more gays! lol

travelling, but not in love said...

Well done Sam Adams, more power to him.

The more openly gay people in these positions we have, the less we'll need to even say that they are openly gay. If you see what I mean....

oscar said...

Uh... wat is rong wit that speling?
PS: Good for Portland! Good for Oregon! Good for America! And good for you, of course! ;-)

Matt said...

I just read about Sam Adams before looking at your blog - congratulations!!!!!!

Java said...

I saw the news a couple of hours ago and immediately thought of you! Congrats!
[ I mean the political news, not the pore speling]

RAD said...

oh my....love the pic of you and the new puppy! Growing up so fast huh? Not you!...I meant the puppy!

Ur-spo said...

i am a stickler for good spelling.
poor spelling conveys a bad message.

Anonymous said...

English is not my first langauge, but I fail to see the error in the spelling?! Err...?!? Help me, I feel stupid...

Gregorio

Alexander said...

I don't see what's wrong with the spelling either. Care to enlighten us?

Geoff said...

What a great pic and Sam Adams to boot! Life is good and getting better!

Iron Fist said...

I believe the error is that it's supposed to be "B-Concourse". Right? Because otherwise I'm stumped.

And yeah, let's hear it for Sam!!

Anonymous Blogger said...

i cant spell for crap. haha

Billy said...

Good for Sam Adams - small victories count!

afod said...

I hope your move will keep you in the Portland area. Maybe he'll get you to serve on a few committees, like the Zoning Board of Appeals? No bias there. ;-)

I wouldn't say that that was a mis-spelling in your photo, but a mis-use of a word. ;-) That guy must be a retired pilot who flew the Concord a lot.

Laurie said...

I have a funny story about getting
locked out of the secured area in
that airport. We were at gate
A-6 and I went to the bathroom.
(This was on the day of the London
bombings.) All I had on me was my
lip balm. It was a fun two plus
hours of crying to the TSA people.

HUGS!!

Greg said...

I bet Larry Craig was furious!! Terrible spelling.... ;-)

Apteryx said...

I thought the Concords were PERMANENTLY out of service?

Anonymous said...

I fail to see a spelling error. >.>

Please enlighten us.