30 People Who Failed At Their Only Job.
#6. This store is called 24 Hours and claims it's open around the clock, but don't believe everything you read.
Yes! Yes! It's open Monday morning all the way through to Saturday night, and that's pretty commendable. But they close at 10 p.m. on Saturday and reopen on Sunday at 1 p.m. Then they close at 6 p.m., but they don't reopen until Monday at 8 a.m. So technically, they're not open 24 hours.
#7. Did you know that hotels try to beat their competitors by confusing the heck out of potential customers?
Take this hotel for example. It offers plenty of the typical amenities you'd come to expect from a hotel, but there's one that's listed with three question marks. Curiosity alone will probably make you want to book this hotel.
#8. Good luck trying to get Google Maps to help you pinpoint an address in this part of this strange town.
Maybe you stepped into the "Twilight Zone" or you accidentally drove into the upside-down place from "Stranger Things." Either way, it's safe to say that you won't know which way to go or how to leave this town.
#9. This is why kids need to stay in school, or they'll grow up to make this major spelling mistake.
Clearly, whoever goofed up the word "Sacramento" never won a spelling bee when they were in school. Maybe they were trying to type the name of the James Bond villain, Scaramanga. But it looks like the city wasn't willing to pay extra to fix this typo.
#10. There's a right place and a wrong place to display a company billboard and this was the wrong place.
Take the easy way out? Who could have possibly believed that putting this in front of a train track would be a good idea? This is probably not the message the company intended to send to the people in this city. It's no wonder the number of passengers dropped.
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