That's the idea, at least. I'm walking westward from New York City for nine months or so.
If everything goes according to plan, I'll be in Oregon when the clock runs out.
If nothing goes according to plan, maybe I'll end up in Peru or Mongolia or Pennsylvania.
You can read all about the details of my trip
if you're so inclined.
Is that why you’re sticking to the blackberries instead of those apples?
You’re getting sleeeeepy, sleeeeeepy.
I’m moving to Stevenson – I’m all for sedation dentistry!
A sedated dentist is a good dentist.
Little shop of horror moment here…..Dentists, sedations, ……
“Dentisty” they forgot the R… you think the sign maker was a “sedation patient”?
OMG @Michelle, that is TOO funny!! HA!
Oh my gosh I did not catch that. Good one Michelle.
very funny… good eye there Michelle….
The R was too sedated to stay up on the sign.
Good thing he isn’t an optometrist, especially a sedated one.
Am I the only one who noticed that it seems to be “Sedation Dentisty” instead of “Sedation Dentistry”? Not sure how keen I’d be about seeing a dentist to put me under heavy anesthetic who doesn’t even proofread his/her own marketing materials? Meh… or maybe its just me… oh well…
Michelle above noticed it too. Yes proof reading is so important especially something like this.
Hhahahahaaaaaaa!! I am totally cracking up over the mis-spelled banner. No one pays attention anymore, I tell ya! :)
Dentist with full bar…like it.
A sedated dentist, huh. Well…I worked my way thru college as a dental assistant for a boss who used to take sniffs of the nitrous oxide on rough days. I wouldn’t call him sedated but he giggled a lot.
BTW – maybe we should all log onto his website and email him about the misspelled word on his sign? We could sign our names as “The Hobo Nation”.
Wow, I wouldn’t go to this dentist, or the one for whom deb used to work. There is something ominous about “Sedation Dentistry,” with or without the “R.”
After reading some of this, I am more grateful than ever that I have a high pain threshold, and have no fear of the dentist.
Another good one, Matt.
Sedation Dentisty is my “density.” Ba ha ha ha! Movie anyone???