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HH:  I would like to think “mind expansion”, but more reminiscent of a migraine. Captivating either way.

HH:  I would like to think “mind expansion”, but more reminiscent of a migraine. Captivating either way.

Neon Fish - Restaurant Sign

Neon Fish - Restaurant Sign

Neon Indian - name of the band

Neon Indian - name of the band

Neon Sign - Chief Motel Court

Neon Sign - Chief Motel Court

Urban Photography - Neon Sign - by Ivo Berg

Urban Photography - Neon Sign - by Ivo Berg

Red Slipper Neon Sign

Red Slipper Neon Sign

HH:  Neon Summer

HH:  Neon Summer

Go Greyhound, And Leave the Driving to Us 

Go Greyhound, And Leave the Driving to Us 

Neon Sign - Chinese Food - Open
wish I could find one of these open right now … ah, well, there’s tomorrow.

Neon Sign - Chinese Food - Open

wish I could find one of these open right now … ah, well, there’s tomorrow.

It has to be said in NEON - over our heads

It has to be said in NEON - over our heads

Blue Moon Beer Sign in Neon

Blue Moon Beer Sign in Neon

Beauty in Neon

Beauty in Neon

Tokyo Signage

Tokyo Signage

Neon Public Market Sign and Clock 

Neon Public Market Sign and Clock 

Neon Sign - okay, all right, copacetic! 
It would have made me feel more “all right” if they had spelled it properly, but I still like the sentiment.  And I have always loved neon signs.
—Usage note The form alright  as a one-word spelling of the phrase all right  inall of its senses probably arose by analogy with such words asalready  and altogether.  Although alright  is a common spelling inwritten dialogue and in other types of informal writing, all right  isused in more formal, edited writing. 
But nothing is more bothersome than the your/you’re.  Okay, okay, so this evening I am a bit pedantically inclined.  It is sure to pass, … much like a gas bubble.

Neon Sign - okay, all right, copacetic! 

It would have made me feel more “all right” if they had spelled it properly, but I still like the sentiment.  And I have always loved neon signs.


The form alright  as a one-word spelling of the phrase all right  inall of its senses probably arose by analogy with such words asalready  and altogether.  Although alright  is a common spelling inwritten dialogue and in other types of informal writing, all right  isused in more formal, edited writing. 

But nothing is more bothersome than the your/you’re.  
Okay, okay, so this evening I am a bit pedantically inclined.  It is sure to pass, … much like a gas bubble.