Saturday, April 25, 2009

Putting Our "Store" in "Teachers"

When in beautiful Sterling Heights, Michigan, please visit The "Teacher's Store."

While there I'm "sure" you will "find" something you like, and even "learn" a thing or two...such as when and when not to use quotation marks.

5 comments:

tantra flower said...

Maybe it's a front.;)

Gallery of the Absurd said...

Good one, Lisa!

Nora said...

I've been here (ages ago, but I still drive past it occasionally). The only justification I can come up with for the quotation marks is that it's not actually just for teachers--anyone can shop there--and that it might have taken that name because everyone referred to it as "that teachers' store". (This is, in fact, how I refer to other stores like this one, even though that's not what any of them are called.)

Adam said...

Quote marks seem fine to me too here.

Nora said...

I drove past this store last week or so to find that it, too, had fallen victim to the listless economy. Now there are two fewer quotation marks to distract you, though I'm almost certain someone, somewhere will be making up for it soon enough.

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