> On 14 Feb 2018, at 23:56, Mark Roberts <postmas...@robertstech.com> wrote: > > Steve Cottrell wrote: > >> On 12/2/18, ann sanfedele, discombobulated, unleashed: >> >>> Distracting? - it's essential to the photo - ordinary without it >>> I hope you were kidding >> >> Don't worry Ann, it's British humour.
Actually it wasn't. I admit I hadn't noted the title, so I didn't realise the T was the whole point. You'll just have to change the title when you clone out the T. > > Bob has it shipped in twice a month from China. > No, that's my tea. 'T', geddit? >> Besides, what T ? > I said 'tea'. > I should have been more subtle and named the photo "Public Alley 405". > > By the way: For those who aren't familiar with Boston, that "T" sign > indicates public transport. Specifically the subway (which is part > subway trains that run underground and part subway/streetcar hybrid > that runs underground in the center of the city and above ground > farther out). I think it technically includes busses and the commuter > rail system but if you tell anyone in Boston "I'm taking the T" it > means you'll be traveling by subway. > Cultural discrimination against the differently-alphabeted, it should be reported to the appropriate authorities. The deeply-prejudiced people of Toronto must replace their Ts with roundels, colour-coded to indicate different modes of transport, and start using the international word 'tube'. -- PDML Pentax-Discuss Mail List PDML@pdml.net http://pdml.net/mailman/listinfo/pdml_pdml.net to UNSUBSCRIBE from the PDML, please visit the link directly above and follow the directions.