A MESSAGE FROM THE BANNER BARON
Scientists used to think that one of the key intellectual faculties separating man from beast was the use of tools. But we now know that orangutans make whistles out of bundles of leaves to scare away predators. Sea otters use stones to dislodge and open abalone shells. Thailand Macaques yank out strands of hair from visitors to floss their mouths. The Macaques’ mouths, not the tourists’ mouths. An octopus will use a discarded coconut shell as protective shelter and elephants use branches to swat flies. Humans have Home Depot. I heard a comic on the radio the other day say that a man needs only two tools around the house: duct tape and WD40. If it moves, and it’s not supposed to, use the duct tape. If it’s supposed to move, and it doesn’t, bring on the WD40. Makes sense to me. My tool kit contains an average sized hammer, a rubber mallet, a Phillips head and a slotted screwdriver, two pairs of pliers (needle nose and regular slip-joint), and a retractable tape measure. And Band-Aids. Lots of Band-Aids. eSigns.com makes a tool of sorts that every retailer with a store front MUST have. It’s our double-sided Econo Classic A-Frame sign that delivers your message to people coming and going. It’s weather resistant, lightweight, and customizable with new Coroplast signs any time you wish. Get yourself one today or simply wait until dolphins learn how to order online.