Printing On, Printing On, Broken Glass

I usually get annoyed when people on Facebook post photos of their most recently-damaged “thing” of the moment, like a car or bike, only because there’s not really anything anyone can do about it but “Like” the post or comment “Hey, that sucks.” But after receiving this printer in the mail from UPS, I couldn’t resist. I’m not sure if, after I received it, I thought that foley sounds of chain mail and keys clanking weren’t enough to clue me into the fact that this was a big pile of broken glass. Luckily, I was able to diagnose the “it won’t make copies” problem right away through a scientific determination that, once delivered, copiers won’t work if they’re actually small mountains of broken glass. So, there’s that. Might want to print this post and keep it for future reference.  Just another helpful office tip from your friends at Marshall Creative.

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