Uh-oh. They left out an Allen, the most important one.
(Paraphrased/Stolen from Groucho Marx.)
I assume they used an Allen wrench to mount that sign and that the sign guy who erected it was named…Allen, of course.
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Is your name not Allen?
No it’s Michael.
Well that’s going to cause a bit of confusion. Mind if we call you Allen just to keep it clear?
No, not at all.
Some day, I’ll bother to look up a history on why law firms are traditionally named after their partners and not “branded”. (Does any other business traditionally do the same thing?)
In the meantime, there’s this:
a lot of advertising agencies do, or at least did. examples: Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborne (which someone likened to a suitcase falling down stairs); Foote, Cone & Belding; Needham, Harper, Steers; etc.
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Bialystok and Bloom. Keep it simple.
Any Mel Brooks reference is always a WIN!
There are a number of windows on the left side of the building. It makes me wonder if each Allen, gets a window or not?
The corner office is Allen’s.
The painters forgot the phrase ” And My Other Brother, Allen”
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