Re: Business Names

Subject: Re: Business Names
From: "D. Citron" <dcitron -at- GATE -dot- NET>
Date: Thu, 11 Aug 1994 04:35:18 GMT

A few more interesting business names:

Dr. Miles Glasser (optometrist) Dr. Payne (chiropractor)

Years ago, there was a Chinese restaurant in Miami called Fong Sha Noon.
I heard that it meant something in Yiddish, but never found out what.

In the printing trade magazines, I used to see ads for a chemical called
Putz Pomade, and wondered what the derivation of the name was.

There used to be a S&S Italian deli, but we called it S&M.

I remember an Empire Chinese Restaurant with really bad food (mine was
burnt). Since it was early in the Reagan administration, I should have
called it the Evil Empire!

"Live long and prosper -- without government interference!"
...Mr. Spock, before the NBC censors got to him, stardate 1966

David H. Citron .................................... dcitron -at- gate -dot- net
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