I totally believe this sign.
(Hat tip: Scissorhead Dennis Cole)
Truth is, as truth does!
Grammar, people! It should say,”FALLEN Rocks.”
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It was a good sign, until it got lazy and laid down on the job…
don’t flush those rocks….
There was an “old” joke on SF radio waaay back when I was a young ski, not quite a Paul Harvey, about an Indian named “Falling Rocks” and to this day we still look for him? It was funny but you had to have been there then. It stuck for many years though.
Radio? What’s this word? What does it mean?
I really heard a millennial say (with awe in his voice) imagine everyone hearing the same song at the same time? Of course he was talking about Apple’s Beats 1, but it was so funny to me that they would see it as an innovation.
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In the early 60’s we drove to Bolinas from Berkeley almost every friday afternoon, and back on Sunday evening. I am sure my sister ski and I drove our Dad nuts with the chatter from the back seat. Talking radio like NPR at least us stuff to chatter about. Back then there was only a few stations that you could hear going up and down Mt Tam. Before FM even made the scene.
It was a good time before personal music that drowned conversation and learning. A family time for us that grew all too rare.
Actually, this happens quite frequently,
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