Wednesday, 4 April 2012

3rd or 4th flaw

Ann Arbor is not a famous actress. Nor someone you went to school with.

It's a town in Michigan, USA, and the home of the University of Michigan.

It seems like a nice place. But be careful if you visit its recently-renovated City Hall.

Travel in the lift and you may find yourself, well, who knows where.



Clearly the fourd floor suits the Traffic Engineering office.

But I wonder how long it took the Communications office staff to notice their floor.

And whether they pronounced it the thirth or the threeth.

2 comments:

  1. Very amusing. I'm guessing that it's the digits that are in the wrong positions rather than their suffixes, perhaps? We can't see the whole sign of course, but I think floor directories in lifts/elevators are generally ordered from the bottom up.

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    1. Yes, Jon, you're right. Unless the lift is going down below ground level.
      As far as Hell perhaps? Now that would be one helluva hellivata.

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