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Pole switch map stickers

Save money and cut down on waste
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An emergency pack of pole switch stickers, imaginatively labelled "N", "E", "S", "W" or just some "Over Thata-way-ish" stickers to update your maps after the predicted pole switch, so saving money and reducing waste.

Possible spin-offs include adapters for GPS navi kits so they can do a 180 degree flip, "Nothing to do with us!!!" stickers for Polish people to ward off the torches and pitchforks crowd and on-site support for confused pole dancers (by me (starts visibly perspiring))

not_morrison_rm, May 24 2012

Australian World Map http://www.google.c...:429,r:21,s:0,i:117
[AusCan531, May 25 2012, last modified Jun 05 2012]

Headbands http://www4.images....obile-wallpaper.jpg
[not_morrison_rm, May 25 2012]


       Better include a few sheets of lead foil to provide a basic level of protection from increased radiation levels ...
8th of 7, May 24 2012

       No one believes me, but being from the East Coast of the US, when I was in California, I had to turn the map upside-down to get where I was going! (the ocean was just on the wrong side!!) SO [+]...
xandram, May 24 2012

       The streets in Santa Monica are numbered starting at the ocean. This always made perfect sense to me. The avenues in Manhattan are also numbered starting at the ocean. This always confuses the hell out of me for some reason.
ytk, May 24 2012

       I believe you, [xandram]. Every time I've been out to the Left Coast, I was constantly nagged by this irksome sense of directional wrongness, even when I was well out of sight of the ocean.
Alterother, May 24 2012

       and the stickers come with a velcro option, in case the planet decides to make a habit of it.
not_morrison_rm, May 25 2012

       Hmmph, you should try to regain your sense of direction when the sun is in the North.
AusCan531, May 25 2012

       I've traveled to many places, but never below the equator. It must be very strange.
Alterother, May 25 2012

       Don't worry, you'll make it to third base one of these days, [Alter].
ytk, May 25 2012

       Its alright once you get used to it (referring to my anno not [ytk]'s although it could refer to both). [link]
AusCan531, May 25 2012

       and little headbands, like Bjorn Borg, with magnets in them for pigeons, so they won't get lost. See link.
not_morrison_rm, May 25 2012

       There have been pole switches in the past. I don't remember them, but there will be another one some time in the next 100 or so millennia, I believe.
UnaBubba, May 25 2012

       //one some time in the next 100 or so millennia, I believe.   

       Possibly not worth waiting up then?   

       On the other hand, if we could somehow rig one up it would annoy people who do pigeon racing enormously.
not_morrison_rm, May 25 2012


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