Seen at the grocery


Photo taken by Yours Truly at the grocery yesterday.

I’m all for a dish soap that removes tough stains, but if you really want to claim to be a grown-up and with the exception of certain reasonable extenuating circumstances, you shouldn’t have dishes that have been lying around with food stuck on them for 24 hours.


Sign of the day


…and while we’re on the topic of the song:

…and while we’re on the topic of that song:

Found via Joe McHale via Jordan Running.


Greeting card of the day


Click to find out how you can order one!

If you’re looking for the perfect greeting card for a Stranger Things fan, look no farther than Ladyfinger Letterpress, who are selling this beauty for $5.


Using Ground Zero to sell Coke Zero

coke products never forget

Photo by @online_shawn. Click to see the source.

Dear marketers, advertisers, and people who express their creative urges through clever store display arrangements: please don’t treat the upcoming 15th anniversary of 9/11 as a promotional opportunity.


Florida of the day: In other words, it’s a lot like playing for the Bucs

living without god is a lot like dribbling a football

This sign is part of my regular bike ride.


Florida of the day: No biggie

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It’s no longer called “Election Day”, it’s now called “Taco Tuesday”!

Last night, in what will likely be remembered as a defining moment in this gong show of an election, Marco Gutierrez, founder of Latinos for Trump (talk about working against your own self-interest!) gave an intended-to-be-ominous warning that there would be “taco trucks on every corner” if the short-finger orange vulgarian didn’t become president.

Here are captioned still frames from that moment:

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gutierrez 2

Simply put, what he’s saying is: “I come from a people who need to be brought under control.”

This Tio Tomas is a racist campaigner’s wet dream: a member of a visible minority who’s only too happy to share his self-loathing to further promote the idea of the white male as the preferred default person. I hope he doesn’t like tacos, because I can’t imagine that there are too many taco places that would be willing to serve him after that statement.

As a fan of Tampa’s Taco Bus

taco bus

…and living within biking distance of a truck that serves some really good smoked pork and salmon


…my first thought was “Hey, I’d love to have a taco truck on my corner!” Besides, it would go well with our local ice cream place:


I’m not the only one who expressed that sentiment…

…and in the end, it looks like the day of the election — Tuesday, November 8, 2016 — shall henceforth be known as Taco Tuesday!

election day is now taco tuesday

Photo by The Good, the Chad, and the Ugly. Click to see the source.

And to anyone in the business of selling tacos: this is a once-in-a-lifetime marketing opportunity. Take advantage of it!

here we come pendejo