InTerCaPiTaLiZaTion InFects EnGlish SignAge

Michael Churchman provided me with this shot from somewhere in China:
ToiLets (with an intercapped L)

And Mark Caltonhill sent me this instant classic several years ago from the streets of Taipei. But I may not have displayed it yet on this blog:
directional sign reading 'TaiPei RaiLway StaTion' (with a capital P in Taipei, a capital L in Railway and the second T capitalized in Station)

The division of railway makes it even better.

5 thoughts on “InTerCaPiTaLiZaTion InFects EnGlish SignAge

  1. Ah, of course,
    $ /usr/games/studly < /etc/motd
    LiNux JidaNni1 2.6.38-2-686 #1 SMP Thu Apr 7 05:24:21 uTC 2011 i686

    THe pRogrAms InclUded witH thE DeBian GNU/LinUx sYsteM arE frEe sOftwAre;
    the exaCt dIstrIbutIon TermS foR eaCh pRogrAm aRe dEscrIbed in The
    IndiViduAl fIles in /usr/shaRe/dOc/*/copYrigHt.

    DebIan gNU/linuX coMes With ABSoLUTeLY nO WaRRAnTY, to The ExteNt
    pErmiTted by ApplIcabLe lAw.

    And it's too bad you common persons
    can't run those programs on your common persons'
    operating system.

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