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And now, back to our regularly scheduled, slightly off-topic program.

"There is absolutely no parking ANY TIME," writes Joe Newton, "unless of course you are using the metered parking in which case it is enforced 24 hours a day. Failure to feed the meter will result in a $0 fine."

 

"I purchased a new stand-alone ice maker," writes Dan Houlihan , "According to this warning sticker on the inside of the unit, I will need to become a Jedi master to serve up the ice cubes. Odd that the booklet never mentioned it."

 

"I was at the Mission San Juan Bautista museum and noticed this professionally printed and mounted exhibit stand," writes Tim Gustafson, "my first thought was that's odd; why would they post Latin text above an exhibit in California? and then I took a double-take and realized that I was looking at Lorem Ipsum."

 

"I took my car through a car wash and was surprised to see they use such a frigid cleaning process," wrote Neil.

 

"How nice! A sincere and heartfelt message of good luck to someone leaving the company," writes Andy P, "of course, it might have been more convincing if it were not so obviously copy-pasted."

 

Antonio Dias spotted a company named Ass tecnologia.

 

Benjamin writes, "either this guy used to work for Sony or he fancies himself to be a 'L33T H4X0R'."

 

"I saw this at my local gas station," notes Eric Brandel, "the E85 gas pump says it has 85% ethanol, with a minimum of 70% ethanol."