Newspaper Boxes

Sunny Saturday, short walk and a cup of coffee in local Starbucks (one of many). We are in a middle of Pineapple Express and every day without clouds and rain must be spent outside πŸ™‚
With most of the newspapers going online, there is no more a great need for paper copy of one. But some people still like it better the old way. They are free (most of them), earning money from ads and fighting bigger and more famous competition the only way left to them.
And what the hell is a Rose Mary Rock Salt ❓

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15 Responses to Newspaper Boxes

  1. LOL … Good weather. Your post cheers me up.

  2. Words says:

    Glad you’re avoiding the rain… oh, I see you’re not 😦

  3. Rose Mary Rock Salt ?????????????????
    i thought that such adv can only be found in our newspaper. LOL

  4. kimmzifoo says:

    Rosemary rock salt, so they named their restaurant after a seasoning? Or do they put it on everything? Maybe they literally only serve salt. πŸ˜›

  5. Furie says:

    I love the new free paper funded by advertising way of doing things. I’ve seen loads of publications turn themselves around like that, going from about to close down to profitable again. Some of them are more profitable than they’ve ever been under that business model.

    • Darko says:

      Yes, for most of them it is a way pf survival in the market. A lot of people – me among them – got all the news they need through Internet and paper is slowly going to history. However, it is still easier to read something printed on paper than looking at monitor for whole day.

  6. pam says:

    What’s cool is that you can see the reflection of “Starbucks” (backwards, of course) in the window.

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