"Security is Our Concern"



  • A security company whose guards sleep on the job?  I'll take two, please.

    Actually, I'm being a bit unfair.  This company makes electronic surveillance equipment, and they're trying to imply that their systems are so good, you won't need security guards.  But for the 99.9% of the world that doesn't know that, the conjunction of a sleeping guard with "security" does not make a good impression.



  • I think it's more meant in a "Don't trust security guards, trust us. Our products will never sleep" way. At least that would make sense for me.



  • @PSWorx said:

    I think it's more meant in a "Don't trust security guards, trust us. Our products will never sleep" way. At least that would make sense for me.

     

    In that case, they should really put a red circle and line over the guard.

     



  • @emurphy said:

    @PSWorx said:

    I think it's more meant in a "Don't trust security guards, trust us. Our products will never sleep" way. At least that would make sense for me.

     

    In that case, they should really put a red circle and line over the guard.

     

    That would run the risk of waking him up, though.



  • No, he'd just wave around the front of his face when the brush went over it, then go back into a deeper sleep.



  • In spirit of being confusing, I present to you: Schrodinger's restaurant.

    (I think what they're trying to say here is that, they accept Equitable credit cards, but they're closed. But yeah...)



  • Figures that it's Florida plates... I lived there for a couple years, and that is one retarded state!


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