What’s in a drow

Apparently a lot – especially if you read things backward.

Here’s the latest craziness in getting your feelings hurt.

Off we go to the City of Brotherly Love.

Home of the Steelers – one of the great football teams of the 70’s.

ziggin-zaggin-02-sizedNine buses out of Pittsburgh’s 700 have a slogan on them.

ziggin zaggin

Something to do with riding the bus I presume although it doesn’t make much sense to me.

But then I haven’t had my coffee yet.

These buses have had this since 2003.
Yup, 12 years.

From out of nowhere some folks with either Dyslexia or boredom at the bus stop have decided this hurts their feelings if they read it backwards.

Do you get the feeling America is going just a bit nuts?
Or maybe a lot.

I suspect these are the same people who worry about some monster in their closet at night.

How about these when you read them backwards?

The list could be much longer but I need a nap.

We could mix this together with all the nut jobs upset with people “misusing” the ALOHA word but that would drive most sane people off the deep end.

There’s too few of us left as it is.

ziggin and zaggin

May I suggest this be committed to memory…

Sticks and stones will break my bones
But words will never harm me.

Go forth and practice it.

And stop reading things backwards.
It’s stupid.

Some of you are making most of us grumpy.

One thought on “What’s in a drow

  1. reminds me of the organization D.A.M.—Mothers Against Dyslexia

    not to mention the dyslectic atheist who didn’t believe in dog

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