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And now for something completely off-topic...

"I saw this sticker on a van's cargo lift," wrote Jared S. "The dealer is a proud WTF."


"Inspired by the open source childcare," writes Aidan Taus, "I thought I'd share this open source ice cream parlor (Café-Konditorei Hagmann) in Krems, Austria."


"Not to complain about working traffic lights here in Bangalore," wrote Nithin Haridas, "but it'd be nice if they weren't all working at once."


"I just received two USB-flash-samples in a 15x15x4 inch box," writes Sandy, "the manufacturer's name is SMART Technologies. I guess the name doesn't apply to their logistics."


"This elevator can bring you anywhere," writes Cees de Groot, "as long as you go down..."


"At Southern Arkansas University, the wifi router is on the ceiling in the men's room," writes Patrick Lammers, "I guess if you are female and need to reset the router, you are outta luck."


"I considered the environment very hard before printing the email," writes Jan Willem B, "but I doubt if this will make up for the 100% increase in environmental damage that was caused by this sentence."


"I got this cable tester along with a box of cat-5 cable I bought," Brian O. wrote, "I have taken great steps to not change it on my mind since I last used it!"


"I took this picture during my vacation in Trivandrum, India," Marcel Rijnders wrote, "I guess CATV maintenance and safety regulations clearly have a different meaning wherever you go!"


"I took this picture in the garage of my apartment building here in Denver, CO," Mike Eck wrote, "I don't know which of my neighbors this belongs to, but I'm sure I'd like them. I really want to get a custom plate of my own that says FOREACH, and staring parking my car next to theirs."


"Pictograms are great in relaying simple messages," writes Leo Mekenkamp, "for example, this one I spotted on the Amsterdam G.V.B. tell you not to eat or drink in trams, that smoking is not allowed, that you may be recorded on camera, that you should have a valid ticket, and of course that at the same time bicycles are allowed as well as not allowed."


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