Friday, June 29, 2018

Random pictures

All right, time to hit the mailbag for stuff you guys have sent in.


First we have this delightful hand lotion:






Then we have this playground equipment, apparently designed prior to Copernicus, or the discovery of the sun for that matter:







Here's a "trending" news item, apparently created by a random word generator in Wisconsin:







Here's a mystery question that a reader says was part of her on-line medical license renewal:




Then there was this guide to grilling that could have used an extra word:


10 comments:

Hildy said...

The pundits are right about the coarseness that has overtaken our country. Apparently it extends even to inept Italian translators who believe that putting "fucking" in even the most innocuous sentence is now de rigueur. Althought, really, why does that translator even have a job as a translator?

AnnaRidd said...

That is a direct quote from a film.....

Anonymous said...

Oh my.

The playground equipment designer should have just left labels off the circles, flying saucers and arc design, or thrown in a bunch of planet names, mixed them up, duplicated them, wrote some in tallman, and some in smallman, and arial typeface, just at random, because, just well, because. (They could've gotten even better on the router, or whatever was used.)

Moose said...

The Buffalo Bill's thing is fake, dude...

Anonymous said...

Mary needs a new sign at her desk.
"You will keep your attitude to yourself and have your active insurance card ready.... or you will get the hose again"

Loren Pechtel said...

The deleted question one makes sense--it was a last minute change and they made the minimum change to make it work--change the wording rather than the more complex actually remove the question.

Old FoolRN said...

I suspect that planets illustration is from a Catholic School playground. Someone must have recollected that Galileo was tortured on the rack by the church when he suggested an alternative to the earth as center of the universe.

Anonymous said...

Why did she select "No"? The question HAD been deleted. Why not pick "Yes" and enter the description: "There's no question here. It seems to have been deleted. I hope this doesn't affect my license. I didn't delete it - it wasn't me."

Anonymous said...

It wasn't deleted. It may have been changed, but the text there asked a question. The answer to the question is unquestionably 'no'

Packer said...

Old fool RN, aptly named
http://newsroom.ucla.edu/releases/the-truth-about-galileo-and-his-conflict-with-the-catholic-church

 
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