We’ve known John Mancuso for nearly 20 years. He’s an all around good guy. He has been campaigning hard to win a seat on the City Council to represent Staten Island. He is also a victim of a most horrifically funny Facebook link issue.
We highly doubt that Mancuso is pro-suicide. But thank you, Facebook, for putting the possibility of it into the world.
We came across these signs in the park surrounding Ikea in Red Hook, Brooklyn. The signs are definitely giving us mixed signals, because they are in effect telling us that both littering and skareboarding is permitted.
We didn’t want to do either, but the signs are practically twisting our arms to do such things. This is because whoever designed the signs, placed the no, or negative symbol, behind both the stickman littering without shame, and the stickman who is won heck of a skateboarder.
After all, as we all know, the thing that a sign doesn’t want us to do should be behind the big red circle with the bar cutting OVER it.
Last night, there were lots of people reading up on
news tragedy on CNN.com. 415 of these people thought that the tragedy of a Special Forces soldier and his daughters dying in their home as it burned down was so good that they then recommended it to their friends on Facebook.
“Hey Jimbo! You gotta check this awesome news doohickey out!” Facebook FAIL!!!
For the life of us, we simply do not “get” useless signs of satire like the ones pictured below.
Especially when said useless signs are in the middle of a crossroad of a very confusing attraction that doesn’t actually have signs stating where specific areas are.
This is the scene that happened to us:
“Where the heck is the rose garden? It’s right here on this map, but it’s not here in real life. Oh, let’s check out those signs. WTF?! Why would they put this junk up and not a sign for the rose garden?”
You know, cause it’s always great to know where London, England is when you’re on a tiny little island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and cannot find something that is hidden mere meters away from yourself.