Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Wet your PAllET

Here's a close-up of the drive-by shot shown above. Carolyn writes:
I drive through the Four Corners section of Woburn, MA on my way to work, and have passed this advertisement for firewood every day this winter. It finally dawned on me this morning that "PAllET" is not a French term of measurement for firewood (I'm firewood illiterate), but a lowercase L infraction! Hooray for cameraphones!

I don't have the guts to CAll the number on the sign to ask about the choice of lowercase L's. Something about naked fire wood that makes me uncomfortable.


RichM said...

It's worse than that:


It's clearly something to use when you are building a fire with no clothes on

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