Thursday, July 02, 2009

The Moon Is in My Eyes

Photo dump: a few snapshots from my anti-Solstice, which was photo-bending and not mind-bending. I prefer it that way.

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bubbies

The last one is notable only because this particular variety of jarred sauerkraut prints its brand name without a necessary apostrophe. The result is that the label seems to indicate that the contents are not Bubbie’s — that is, grandmother’s recipe — but in fact Bubbies, in the plural, which would seem to indicate that the contents are actually shredded grandmothers. This is made all the more effective if it’s placed on a grocery store shelf next to a jar reading beets or dill pickles.

3 comments:

  1. The lack of apostrophe is disheartening.

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  2. So... how was the sauerkraut?

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  3. VJ: I'd say the lack of apostrophe is even unnerving, if not downright disturbing.

    MGT: Sour, krauty. Altogether better than the label hinted.

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