Sunday, March 7, 2010

SIgns


Good advice in downtown Nassau. From Jennifer in the Bahamas.

As a footnote - if you are raising your FS child in, say a small African country with heavy British, you should make sure they do not use the word 'rubber' instead of 'eraser' when entering FCPS in grade 7. Don't ask how I know this....

4 comments:

  1. It's Friday, and that means that the Fifth Weekly State Department Blog Roundup is up - and you're on it!

    Here is the link:

    http://bit.ly/avMY9E

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    Thanks!

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  2. It's Friday, and that means that the Sixth Weekly State Department Blog Roundup is up - and you're on it!

    Here is the link:

    http://bit.ly/deo4HK

    (If I quoted your text or used your photo(s) and you would rather I had not, please let me know. Please also be sure to check the link(s) that I put up to you, in order to verify that they work properly. If you would rather that I had not referenced you, and/or do not want me to reference you in the future, please also contact me.)

    Thanks!

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  3. It's Friday, and that means that the Weekly State Department Blog Roundup is up - and you're on it!

    Here is the link:

    http://bit.ly/aSBoLT

    (If I quoted your text or used your photo(s) and you would rather I had not, please let me know. Please also be sure to check the link(s) that I put up to you, in order to verify that they work properly. If you would rather that I had not referenced you, and/or do not want me to reference you in the future, please also contact me.)

    Thanks!

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  4. Saw this feature on the NYTimes site with more awkward international signs and thought of this blog.

    http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2010/05/11/travel/funny-signs.html

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