Thursday, February 19, 2009

Ways to entertain yourself during a 40-minute Orange Line delay

If you lean just the right angle in your seat, the sign over the Metro car doors says:

PLEASE DO NOT LEAN ON DOO

Hahahahahaha. "Doo."

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's great to see you back!! (I just realized today that you were blogging again, at leat for now) :)

Hey, are you and your hubby as furious with Launchcast as I am? They took away the personalized stations :(

http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/music/launchcast/transition/faqs.html

*Justine*

9:47 PM, February 19, 2009  
Blogger AAYOR said...

This made me laugh out loud.

It has been a long damn day.

10:31 PM, February 19, 2009  
Anonymous nsah said...

I've finally made the switch to Last.fm. Not too crazy about it -- it makes a big deal of "charts" showing how often songs are played, though you don't get to choose those songs, really -- but at least it puts some computer intelligence into picking out songs for me. I don't think anything could top the 0-100 ratings on Launch.

9:40 AM, February 21, 2009  
Blogger City Girl said...

I am so glad you are blogging again :) I used to lurk on your blog for a long time, and about the time I finally got into a routine with my blogging, you went on hiatus. It's so fun to read your thoughts again :)

5:39 PM, February 21, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nsah said...
I've finally made the switch to Last.fm. Not too crazy about it -- it makes a big deal of "charts" showing how often songs are played, though you don't get to choose those songs, really -- but at least it puts some computer intelligence into picking out songs for me. I don't think anything could top the 0-100 ratings on Launch.

Thank you! I just signed up for a LastFM account, on your recommendation. You're right, nothing can top Launchcast's old system, but Last seems a step in the right direction.

*Justine*

9:18 PM, February 25, 2009  
Blogger liz said...

Bwahahahaha!

10:13 AM, March 04, 2009  
Anonymous Genevieve said...

Snort! In our house, that usually gets you the response, "What are you, a nine-year-old boy? Oh, wait, you are . . . "

One of the very first sentences J. read was "PLEASE DO NOT LEAN ON DOORS." A commuter baby.

10:57 AM, March 10, 2009  

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