Mighty Red Pen

July 5, 2007

Better for the enviroment

Filed under: Overseen — mighty red pen @ 8:39 am

MRP doesn’t necessarily want to pick on the Wellesley Natural Resources Commission but they just made it too easy.

Walking around the duck pond, MRP first came upon this sign. I immediately acted by shielding the eyes of los niños de MRP, natch. Then, I whipped out my trusty camera and braved the mallards that were coming at me with some degree of ferocity.

enviroment1.jpg

In case it doesn’t jump out at you:

enviroment21.jpg

Okay, here’s the deal: It’s spelled environment. I know the n is a little silent, but it’s in there.

As if that wasn’t bad enough, here was the second thing:

commision.jpg

Again, in case it doesn’t jump out at you:

commision2.jpg

Okay, here’s the deal: It’s spelled commission, double m, double s.

As if that weren’t bad enough, apparently, the Wellesley Natural Resources Commission doesn’t realize that their own name is the Natural Resources Commission and not the Natural Resource Commission.

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Bonus MRP moment

When I showed these shots to Charlie Allnut, he said, “Bet you’re going to post these on Nasty Red Pen now, aren’t you?” Awww, c’mon now . . .

2 Comments »

  1. You should have said, “That’s MIGHTY! Ms. Pen, if you’re nasty.”

    Comment by Gopher — July 5, 2007 @ 12:12 pm | Reply

  2. Bleached white bread may not be the best choice but whole grain breads are fine to feed to ducks and geese.

    I’d like them to explain to me how bread in bad for the environment with or without the n.

    Comment by Molie — July 5, 2007 @ 5:14 pm | Reply


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