The Friendly Gasoline Machine of Sherman Oaks

This friendly gasoline machine has been dispensing sage advice for over ten years now.

I used to work at the nearby mall–there’s an afterschool art-education program there, and I used to teach art to kids there. Whenever I could, I’d go here for gasoline. You can find it at the corner of Woodman and Riverside Drive in Sherman Oaks (map).

It’s not the cheapest gas in town, but it’s clearly the most articulate.

HEY LOOK UP HERE

Read the rest of its sagacious advice after the jump…

THATS RIGHT HERE

THE LEAST YOU COULD DO

DO IS SMILE. WHY NOT

WHY NOT LIFE IS

TOO SHORT NOT TO

SHORT NOT TO ENJOY IT

10 Replies to “The Friendly Gasoline Machine of Sherman Oaks”

  1. Stop sounding like a dumbass. There is no “jump”. You can never have a “jump” on a single web page. Stop using terminology that you think sounds cool but have no idea what it actually means.

  2. tb – you sound like such a tool. Why don’t you get a life and stop bitching? There is a jump on the main page – this page is after the jump. Who’s the dumbass now?

  3. “After the jump” is one of the more annoying pieces of jargon to show itself to the outside world in the past fifty years. “The jump” is used internally by Journalists. It was never intended to make it to print.

    As to the usage here (from the main page), Bill, it’s not a fucking jump, it’s a goddamn (hypertext) link.

    /farking farker/

    ps. That chin-spinach that’s linked with a “moustache” on your face? That’s a Van Dyck, not a “goatee”.

  4. Hooray for Capital-J Journalists!

    Well, I could do worse than Farkers deciding to critique the language I use to describe “a link.” I mean, you could all be channers. I should thank my lucky stars. [Waits for the “I accidentally the whole thing” comments]

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