P.O. P.O.’d

Now wait a second, when I mocked Port Orchard residents I at least did behind their backs. Chris Henry had the nerve to come in here and actually post on the Bremerton Beat site. Well, fine then, I’ll take that original post and put it on the Speaking of South Kitsap blog, for all of South Kitsap (and the world) to see.

South Kitsapers will notice how, unlike Ms. Henry, I was fair enough to put pictures up from both P.O. and Bremerton.

Henry did latch on to something I’ve noticed, too, that the top line of the sign at Noah’s Ark is often funny, like the pumpkin-free shrimp.

In related news, my nephew used to insist that his father specifically request no e-coli when ordering a burger.

6 thoughts on “P.O. P.O.’d

  1. Well…its kind of hard to know what to say…Bremerton and South Kitsap proudly display catchy innovative signage.
    I wonder what Bainbridge tempts us with or…Poulsbo or….Silverdale?

    In the meantime, Steven, your nephew is the wise one..I don’t want e coli in my hamburger either but he makes it official by asking. Could make a difference you know. Smart boy.
    Sharon O’Hara

  2. I see – had to search, but found them. I will work on an appropriate haiku, in the spirit of someone who lives in 98312. Thanks, Steve!

  3. Got one for you Don (see local news article on trailerless boat hauling)

    Insult my girlfriend
    Drag my boat on down the street
    I will kill you both

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