Since I'm sure you'll miss me while I'm away next week, here are some brain teasers!
1) Two CVS's (CVSes?) are about to open in our fair city, and I've noticed something strange about their signage: the word "pharmacy" is covered up.
Why is that? It's obviously some legal thing, but what exactly? Why does "pharmacy" have to be obscured, but "CVS" is OK? Is it to prevent Vicodin addicts from lining up outside before the store is even open?
2) Why are the waterwalls at the train station dry? To save money? They were one of the few pleasant aesthetic touches at an otherwise drab and unwelcoming facility.
3) Why is there a replica Mississippi River-style steamboat docked off of Canal Street?
4) Why did we get FOUR phone books the other day? Who still uses phone books?
5) What the heck does this banner at Prospect Market mean?
What are "New Jersey prices"?? Do you get a free bottle of self-tanner with every purchase?
The first person to correctly answer each brain teaser wins a prize*! Extra points for cleverness!
*Prize may just be a hug.