The feeling is starting to come back in my hands, but rather than push it, I’m going with another set of fails to provide some humor in your day. Hoping to get back to some in depth blogging for the next blog… but then again, why start after 1.5 years HeHe. Okay, let’s start with a save the environment pamphlet.
So here we have an Earth Matters music festival, but what band is selected to participate in this event? That would be the Backyard Tire Fire band of course, because nothing says I love the Earth than burning tires.
I think my mother clipped this one from the Springfield State Journal Register. It appears Springfield has as entertaining a Police Beat section as our local Journal Star.
A pretty poor scan, but essentially this entry relates an apparent car burglary at their Best Buy. It is not clear from the context, but either the Viper Car Alarm was not installed and thus diminished the value of the system or it was installed and the customer needs to call up Viper and have a little chat.
Since we are on the topic of newspaper entries, here is another one from the Springfield IL. paper. After 50 years of wedded bliss, the Walmire’s are looking forward to a …
a trip to Menards. I can imagine the scene around 6 o’clock when the guests of honor proclaim everyone has to finish their cake and leave because Menards is closing in a few hours and they need to make sure they get the fresh licorice and Spechter Root Beer (which is quite good by the way) before the doors close.
It is Halloween time (although most of the stores around here have their Christmas stuff out) so pulling this morbid display out for your viewing. I can’t remember the exact store this was in (some small shop in a small town), but it definitely caught my attention when I walked by it.
This brings new meaning to hanging the doll up. I would think the clerk would notice how uncomfortable this was for the customers and wrap it around the arms or chest instead. Fortunately, they didn’t leave a plastic bag on the head to help protect the hair!
Lastly, I never get enough Ass Signs.
This was taken at the Springfield State Fairgrounds while my dogs were competing in the National Teacup Agility competition. In fact I have another sign picture on my phone from a recent team building outing I had to attend for work. Bowling with my coworkers apparently makes me a better employee. The same probably applies to the Women’s Bowling Ass that are meeting there later in the week.
That’s all folks, but I’ll keep the camera at the ready for more fails I stumble upon.