Monday, September 28, 2009

Literary excursion; Different book shop, and an invisible friend.

Here in a different book shop, I wandered in the isles, and heard this womans voice ringing out in the silence. I turned the corner and here was this perfectly normal-looking woman, sitting on the pictured chair, talking to a spot three feet in the air. Something about Halloween decorations, or something. Some sort of evil-looking black slug-thing was attacking her ear, but I was too polite to point it out.

-- Posted From My iPhone,
Sir Jacob D. Fredrickson Esq.

Literary Excursion; Desktop traffic cone.

While at afore-mentioned book shop, I also noticed this little time waster:

Now, you could buy this, or a "ridiculously expensive" iPhone app. It's all a matter of scale.

-- Posted From My iPhone,
Sir Jacob D. Fredrickson Esq.

Literary excursion; Adventure Hat.

Today the crew and I went to the bookstore, but not only do they sell books, but also this Fedora, or, as the tag says; "Adventure Hat"

It is because of hats like this people think anything other than a {shudder} baseball cap, is uncomfortable. Most quality Fedoras are extremely comfortable, but this particular Fedora is made of cardboard! It looks nice from a distance, being covered in faux felt, but it's still cardboard. Also, how hard would it be to just put "Fedora" on there? It's technically a French word, so obviously it's the same in most languages, cutting down on production costs by putting the same thing on all the tags, and it would educate the public.


Humanity dissapoints me sometimes.

-- Posted From My iPhone,
Sir Jacob D. Fredrickson Esq.

-=Neat Posters=-

To Keep you bored Readers happy while I'm Gone, I'm Going to Be Posting some of my favorite Clip-art posters, for some of my favorite destinations.
these posters aren't mine, they came from a Dover® royalty-free clip art CD, so they are probably O.K. to spread around, just don't sell them.
You would never think to look at this poster of 1920's high life that it really depicts a city in India.

-=Best Regards=-

Sir Jacob D. Fredrickson Esq.

Chief Executive Officer of Early Bird Industries, Inc.