Today is the last day of International Typewriter Appreciation Month, so we give you a Hermes 3000 with an unusual script face to appreciate.


  1. Clay Potts says:

    Can there ever be too many laughs in stock?

  2. Clay Potts says:

    “So I calls up a local supermarket and I says to the old man who answers on the other end, ‘Tell me, Sir, do you have any laugh in stock?’”

    And, he says, ‘Hold on a minute, young feller, and I’ll check, but, first I have to go let Prince Albert out of the can!’”

    “So he leaves me a hangin there on the phone for like ten minutes or so. Then he gets back on the line an’ he says, ‘Sorry guy, no laughs, we only have chicken stock, celery stock and some old corn stalks left over from Halloween. Can you use either of these as a substitute?’”.

    “I says to the old man, ‘Nah, man, don’t you know, there ain’t no substitute for laughs?!’”

  3. Caren says:

    A very profitable sub-genre of self-help books is the how-to-get-ahead-in-business book. It’s important to fill it with lots of diagrams featuring geometric shapes labeled with terms such as “Empowerment,” “Synergy,” and “Organisational Matrix.”

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