I’m baffled (Mangling the English language 1)

About two years ago a business opened nearby. One that had me wondering whenever I passed it: what exactly do they do?

Turns out is was not a very busy business – they closed a while ago. The sign is still there, and my bafflement continues.

What did they offer? Slim-fit coffins?

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About Heinrich Mallison

I'm a dinosaur biomech guy working at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin.
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4 Responses to I’m baffled (Mangling the English language 1)

  1. Sm says:

    thin clients is what “we think thin” refers to.

    services provided on a terminal – as in any enduser computer input/output device.

    That can mean any number of things.

  2. moom says:

    A thin client is a traditional computer terminal rather than a fully functional PC.

  3. Mark Robinson says:

    Thanks for clearing that up, Sm, because I was thinking that they specialised in operating narrow shuttle-buses between transport hubs. Silly me.

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