Saturday, October 30, 2010

Super Burros!

Not only am I trying to understand why "HOT-DOG'S" was the only recipient of an unnecessary apostrophe, I'm also trying to imagine why some sick person would put a SUPERBURRO on the menu. For goodness sake, Superburros are there to protect the weak and lame. Where would this world be without Superburros? Overrun by bully burros, that's where!

Friday, October 29, 2010

Rank Lamb

This was some expensive Rank of Lamb! In all reality, that lamb probably was rank since it's sat in that plastic covered bowl in the hot hot Mexican heat for who knows how long.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Broken Elevator


It is so incovenient when the elevator is broken. Unless you happen to be part of a coven. Then you can use your broom or magic spells to reach the upper floors.

Spotted this sign at a luxury, beach front resort in Cabo San Lucas.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

International Airport???



Before leaving for a week long vacation in Cabo San Lucas I checked the Los Cabos International Airport website for information on what to expect traveling to Mexico. At first I was put off by the sheer number of spelling and grammar disasters on the international airport's "professional" website. Then I just found it humorous. I find it hard to believe that an airport catering to international travelers primarily from English speaking countries can't find one person who speaks and writes English fluently to edit their site.

Let's turn the tables for a moment and imagine the uproar if an international airport in the United States had such egregious mistakes in Spanish. Can you picture the flag burnings, presidential declarations, political apologies, lawsuits from the ACLU, rallies and demonstrations? Yeah.

Friday, October 1, 2010

Thought For The Day... Buy A Dictionary!

While enjoying a stroll on Sherman Avenue in downtown Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, my friends and I spotted this "Thought for the day" outside a leather shop. Our thought that day... those leather people need to make wise use of a dictionary.