Thursday, August 26, 2010

Who Do You Call?

Saw this on the Clara Barton this morning. Luckily we were stopped at a light, and I was able to get a shot:


They really do exist.

Their website touts their expertise at "Structural Damage Caused by Vehicles" and "Structural Damage Caused by Fallen Trees," and the conclusion I must reluctantly draw is that those things are way more vulnerable than I thought.

6 comments:

Bobby Lightfoot said...

Awesome. Doing Brisk Business in Dubai since 1358.

Reminds me of a corporate the Fabulous Del Rays did for Idun Pharmaceuticals. The singer spent half th' night reminding the crowd that "Idun pharmaceuticals too!".

Thats' all I have on hymen's.

Max's demon said...

Yes, acts of nature can certainly be damaging in that way.

C.Stew said...

Imagining movie spoof: Eternal Hymen of the Immaculate Virgin...

reincheque said...

Those things can be a c*nt to fix...

Regards,


djp

Anonymous said...

I had a college history professor whose last name was Hyman.

He was rather sensitive to having his name misspelled.

reincheque said...

He wasn't called Virgil Hyman, perchance? In which case he'd be worried about both of his names being misspelt...