In San Marino, where I have been walking lately, they have almost completed the rebuild of the Circle Drive bridge over Virginia Ave. It looks really good.
A useful new word. Ineptocracy A system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers. […]
A nice person from Arcadia posted this sign at the Sierra Madre post office: Gratitude pays double. It pays the giver and the receiver.
At Sur la Table you can buy a coffee maker for $6000.00. It’s on sale. The regular price is $7600.00. What a great country. I’m not making this up look at the lower right corner of the photo. The clerks in the store make about $15.00 an hour. There sure is a lot of disposable […]
A yard sign in Sierra Madre, The foothill village
Sign outside a brew pub in Monrovia, CA
Think about Michelin’s claim “our best standard …tire ever.” maybe the bar is low, maybe “standard” is a term of art. Whatever, it means nothing.
Parking at USC (University of Southern California) is notoriously difficult. But there is a way to make it simple. First win the Nobel Prize for Chemistry and: Life is Good!
This sign brought to you by five layers of bureaucracy. Details: Maybe you could make a flowchart.
A sentiment shared by many tubular people. and if you look to the right a clever open sign: Slide the “N” over and it says “NOPE” Great Breakfast place in Sarasota, FL