Excerpt from the Centralia Manual of Standard Traffic Signs or whatever I called it.
Whoever designed the checkout signs at Meijer is apparently a grammar nerd, since their express lanes have the proper “15 items or fewer” instead of the more common but incorrect “15 items or less”.
Kroger, on the other hand, has chosen to sidestep the less/fewer issue entirely by posting their checkout lanes as “about 15 items”. I love the honesty on display there; they’re actually acknowledging that nobody treats it as a hard limit anyway.
I’ve had this clock radio since 1995. At the time I was a clock-obsessed 5-year-old and I thought having a digital clock of my own was the coolest thing ever.
It still works fine, too! The only issue is that the radio dial is kinda finicky, so it can be hard to tune to a specific station. If you just wanna flip back and forth until you find a good song, though, it’s fine.
excerpt from the Royal Centralia Manual of Traffic Signs
In March 2008, my family and I went to a little township park. I found this little hand-drawn map on the information board kinda charming, so I snapped a picture with my then-new digital camera.
The next time I visited the park they’d replaced this with a more “professional” looking map, but thankfully I’ll always have this photo…
OH 315’s interchanges have exit numbers now!
I don’t know exactly when this happened, but it’s obviously a rather recent change because (a) the signs are in Clearview, and (b) the various service signs still say things like “GAS - NEXT RIGHT” instead of “GAS - EXIT 7”.
Also, the exits from Lane Avenue and south still don’t have numbers. Go figure.