A satirical look at the Philadelphia region and beyond.
(All stories are fabricated, with no basis on fact.)
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Struggling artist regularly mistakes old lithium battery on desk for quarter
"I'll look on my coffee table or desk from afar and get all psyched that I have enough change for that small bag of chips or a pack of peanut butter crackers from the corner store, and then I realize one of the 'coins' is an old disc battery from my bicycle light. It's totally deflating. In an instant I went from four quarters to three and the chips are a dollar. I really need to get rid of those batteries because this happens, like, once a week," said painter Eliot Smith.