As my readers know, I get a lot of weird stuff in my email box. Today was something from Whole Latte Love, a coffee supply house where I occasionally shop. Today’s item was something called a WDT Tool.
Noble Roman frozen pizza wants consumers to pentasect* the baked pie in order to meet recommended nutritional standards per item. Cutting it into four pieces would result in higher meaures of sodium, fats, and carbohydrates, whereas cutting into six pieces would mean skinny bite-sized slices, encouraging folks to grab another slice.
This 15-year-old clipping from a Fry’s Electronics ad shows that the hard drive isn’t the only thing spinning! I was shaking my head then and I am still chuckling when I realize that the copy writer of this display ad must’ve had writer’s block when trying to point out the obvious benefits of this particular piece of hardware. Imagine the luxury of an On/Off switch back then!
Here’s a photo of a dude who takes his barbecue outfit along as he follows the yellow line. However, if you look closely at the highlighted area, those grillin’ tools are going to need some serious scrubbing after picking up a collection of bugs and dirt from the road, much like your windshield does.