Monday, August 15, 2011

Call for assistance

I've been on a short vacation with Tonja, celebrating our anniversary. I snapped this photo in Parker, Colorado. While I don't like using 911 for anything but emergencies, you've got to admire the business plan behind these vehicle graphics.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's just too cute and very clever! Happy Anniversary!

Steve said...

Do you suppose that woman is calling for help? It looks like her baby may have just done something unspeakable.

Steve said...

Tom:

I forgot to tell you I hope you had a happy anniversary. Care to tell us how many? My 37th is tomorrow, but I don't think we'll be doing much celebrating unless the insurance companies come through with the money to pay for my bike, the medical bills for my shoulder, and the storm damage from last week.

Anonymous said...

Hey Tom-Loved the graphics on that little car. A vehicle like that is the future for police cars. I also thought "we scoop the poop" is almost interchangable with "To serve and protect".

It somehow is not the same as a black with white stripes 440 Mopar with two cherries on top. "Cute" and police car should never be used in the same sentence.

Happy anniversary.

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JIM J said...

Jim sing's " Happy Anniversary".
Discovers a voice that repels insects and rodents.
Director takes several rolaids.
Thats all... H-A

ARRRRG!!!! said...

I could use them on the poop deck.

Anonymous said...

Arrrrg: That's so funny! Pirates have much too much time on their hands (and hooks)!

Anonymous said...

It's odd that a surprising proportion of people never outgrow their childish fascination with infantile scatological humor, regardless of their educational achievements and other worldly life accomplishments. Scratch the surface, and a lot of times, there's still a child right underneath.

Anonymous said...

Off subject, but today we had an incident in our neighborhood that resulted in the arrest of 4 people--know little of the details, but this same block shows up on Crimemapping about once a week, mostly theft by aquaintance or domestic violence. Does this constitute grounds for disorderly household? I'm curious, cause it's getting old, especially when the story ends almost in my front yard, as it did today.

Anonymous said...

my bookmark still reads: "the chief's corner"

Grundle King said...

@ Anon 5:49,

It's odder still that some people feel compelled to point out what they perceive as infantile humor when they could simply ignore it and move on with their lives.