Echo Park Time Travel Mart

"Behold the fluorescent glory of the ECHO PARK TIME TRAVEL MART Marquee. Check it out in person at 1714 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. The store will open full time on January 15th, 2008."

Just opened in Los Angeles: The Echo Park Time Travel Mart, specializing in everything you need for time travel, such as Mammoth Chunks, Barbarian Repellent (warning: doesn't work for Ostrogoth), and Time-Freezy Hyper Slushy drink.

The Echo Park Time Travel Mart is a brainchild of Mac Bernett of 826LA, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting kids explore creative writing and helping teachers inspire their students to write. 826LA is looking for someone to help run the Echo Park Time Travel Mart If you knew this already through your time traveling, then you'd be the right person!

Links: Introducing the Echo Park Time Travel Mart at Stefan G. Bucher's Daily Monster Blog | Photo Gallery | 826LA website

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Hey oilscum:

4. Skitt’s Law
Expressed as "any post correcting an error in another post will contain at least one error itself" or "the likelihood of an error in a post is directly proportional to the embarrassment it will cause the poster."
It is an online version of the proofreading truism Muphry’s Law, also known as Hartman's Law of Prescriptivist Retaliation: "any article or statement about correct grammar, punctuation, or spelling is bound to contain at least one eror"

Your error was in using commas in your first clause, when a parenthetical would have been preferable. ;)
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I have only been on the internet a very short time, but already I have figured out two things about it. 1. People all over the world come up with fantastic and interesting things I've never heard of and use the internet to share them with others. 2. Lots of people seem to delight in critisizing and insulting other people's ideas. My final thought: if I don't like an idea, I go somewhere else. It makes me wonder if the super-critical ones are so mean because they can't come up with their own fantastic and interesting ideas? Maybe they could if they spent less time critisizing... That being said, I think this idea is very cool and I'll take my kids to shop there if we're ever in that area. Assuming it's a real place, of course.
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Some, if not all, of you should visit this place for some remedial writing lessons. Your grammar, spelling, and capacity to express yourselves through the written word is atrocious.
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