Ben Malisow
MBA, CISSP, CISM, SECURITY+

COMMENTS ON ENTRY 11 

 

By Khendra Murdock | July 23, 2010 at 12:20 AM PST

That's pretty good. Nothing, though, beats the labels on prescription pills: "take x tablet(s) BY MOUTH x time(s) a day." Man, people were totally gonna try to inhale them were it not for that warning (or, goodness forbid, confuse them for suppositories).

 

 

By Andrew Harley | July 23, 2010 at 6:41 AM PST

 

 

There is a poster in the bathroom here at [Nonspecific Federal Building]. It gives detailed, 9 step instructions for washing your hands. Step 4 includes "wash the dorsum." Unfortunately they do not provide a copy of Gray's Anatomy, so I have yet to determine this part of myself to wash. I think it might be the subtle ridge running along the top of my skull from front to back.

Aside, I did enjoy this entry and the previous two.

 

 

By Me | July 23, 2010 at 9:23 AM PST

 

 

 

Khendra-- I did not think of that! Too true, and wunnerful. Thankee.

'drew-- I, personally, wash my dorsum thrice a fortnight. Unfortunately, I still don't know what, or where, it is.

 

 

By Jerry DeMaio | July 23, 2010 at 12:38 PM PST

 

 

My favorite warning label is on some new playground equipment that was recently set up in our neighborhood: "This play structure is designed for children aged 2 - 5 years. 18 months to 5 years in Canada."

 

 

By Me | July 25, 2010 at 12:58 AM PST

Jerry, that is OUTSTANDING. There are only two possible options:

1) Canadians believe their children to be much smarter than ours.


2) Canadians love their kids less.


Since Sting did NOT sing about Canadians, I'm going with the latter.