Things I Saw Outside Stony Brook: Bad Ad Edition

Somebody who makes signs for businesses in Upper Manhatten slept through the class on inequalities they had in 2nd grade math.

 

First of all, why does it say “79 Cents” in such big letters if everything is “99 cents or more”? And secondly, why are you so proud to have a lower bound on your prices? Am I supposed to want to shop there just because you proudly refuse to sell regular-priced postage stamps?

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About Colin West
Colin West is a graduate student in quantum information theory, working at the Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics at Stony Brook University. Originally from Colorado (where he attended college), his interests outside of physics include politics, paper-folding, puzzles, playing-cards, and apparently, plosives.

One Response to Things I Saw Outside Stony Brook: Bad Ad Edition

  1. Evan West says:

    wow thats terrible in a hilarious way

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