Sunday, June 17, 2007

SWAllOWED

"Skittles" submits this "eerie" lakeside epitaph and explains,
This was taken by the Michigan Lake where signs of "Danger: Shallow Water" and "No Swimming" were all around.

I wonder if Nathan David Weiss would find comfort in the fact that double lowercase L's written within otherwise entirely uppercase words is a fairly common occurrence, and is not nearly as confusing as a single lowercase L.

I also like the lowercase T's that look like plus signs ... BU+ NO+

10 comments:

STEPHANIE said...

Creeeeepy!!

Savitha said...

Lower case Ts look like cross!!

Btw.. how do u notice all this??

bethany said...

am I the only one who finds this whole thing way too silly for an epitaph?

Skittles said...

thanks mr. levin! im so psyched about this ^_^

more power to your cool blog^^

Manda said...

something i never ever knew...wooooah.

Heather said...

Being swallowed whole...worst early birthday present EVER.

adgirl said...

One of the coolest blogs I've ever seen.. 'Lowercase l' - what an interesting subject!

Bizzy Girl said...

Er...this guy was 35 years old. Do you think he could have read the No Swimming signs?

Veerasundar said...

have you ever noticed, some people writes the lowercase r in the form of n.

zuctronic said...

Nathan David Weiss committed suicide (evidently by drowning himself in Lake Michigan)

The family attempted to sue a local hospital for malpractice for misdiagnosing his depression. I'm not sure how that turned out, but I thought people might be interested about the story behind this weird epitaph.