One-stop shopping for luck, banking, and healthcare on 10th Street and 3rd Avenue.
posted by Christopher Walken in adventure, advertising, anthropology, brain damage, civics, found, graphic design, health, humans, information architecture, local, no shit, public policy, the future, unbearable pain, uncomfortable truth, urban legends | * | 14 comments
Do I contact them about surgical products inside or outside, I wonder.
The next time I walk by that newsstand (!), I’ll, um, contact them about surgical supplies. Need any surgical supplies?
Oh, man — it’s a newsstand, is it? I remember the last newsstand near the capitol in Madison. It was on one of the streets with all the massage parlors for when the legislators were in town. It was called Snappy’s. Snappy sold novelties.
The sign is in front of a newsstand but just down the block there’s a drug store. Maybe it’s the outlet store?
Surgical outlet store.
I walked by today. The sign was on the street but the newsstand was closed. I’ll try again tomorrow.
I’m looking for fluid control accessories at a good price.
Maybe I should post a request to the Dubuque Freecycle group.
…fluid control accessories at a good price…
I’ll ask. Do you have any particular fluids in mind?
I think your better fluid control accessories are going to be satisfactory when used with most of the more popular or important fluids. As long as the correct attachments are used and reasonable care is taken.
The main thing is controlling your fluids.