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Photo of the day: Support Counter Intelligence

Who doesn’t love a good pun? I’m more of a double entendre girl myself, but even a har har pun can get a chuckle out of me sometimes. I found this tip jar at a Haagen Dazs in Santa Fe Plaza in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Now for those of you who are a bit [Keep Reading...]

Photo of the day: Vietnamese Sandwishes

I saw this sign in the window of a local eatery and did a double take. I love collecting photos of misspelled signs, so I immediately took out my phone to snap a pic. As I was capturing the shot I noticed something even more hilarious than the misspelling itself — looking closer I saw [Keep Reading...]

Photo of the day: Floor seats

Back in May, I snapped this photo on my subway ride home one evening. I don’t think he saw me, but even if he did I doubt he would have cared. His nonchalance amused me on so many levels: He’s sitting on the floor of the subway car. That’s even too dirty for homeless people. [Keep Reading...]

What the customer actually wanted

A few weeks ago Orian sent me a hilarious but sad cartoon on the all-too-familiar process of cumulative error and product dilution during a project life cycle: customer request -> finance -> engineering -> manufacturing -> marketing -> delivery. Not only do we fail to deliver on what was proposed, but what the customer said [Keep Reading...]

Photo of the day: Private Parts in Public

This big guy stands in the lobby of the Time Warner Center in Columbus Circle. As I walked around it the other day, I noticed something curious about his ding-a-ling — it’s a different color than the rest of his body. Which means that more than a few people have been rubbing it as they [Keep Reading...]

Photo of the day: No Yes No No

That’s her response to the question, “Can I take you home?” Found in the ladies’ room at Clery’s Bar in Boston, where the An Event Apart after party was held.

In case of fire: Do Not Use Twitter

Last week this photo was posted to BuzzFeed and made the rounds on Twitter. It’s originally from johnpiercy on Flickr. I think it looks doctored, but John isn’t sure. It’s just too hilarious to be real! What do you think? P.S. If I was caught in or near a fire, I definitely WOULD use Twitter. [Keep Reading...]