A PSN off of the most famous jazz song ever. Only fitting it comes from Stuart Weger, a fellow jazz lover, and even more so that it hails from NYC.
Ever since becoming a dog owner in 2012, I’ve shopped at Woof Gang, a boutique canine bakery and pet store. And while I always thought it a PSN, I was hesitant as it was a play on a proper name. Several people have sent it in only for me to reject it.
But life is too short to let a PSN go to waste so I am changing my bark, allowing it, and giving it to first time spotter Grant Baldwin who saw it in Savannah last weekend. Welcome to the AGP club Grant!
I am sure this post will generate howls from some. But doggonit, this is my blog and I’ll do what I want!
Because he likely won’t ever submit a PSN himself, here’s my dog Pippin at Woof Gang’s Palm Beach Gardens location. Nothing is too good for my baby!
Bad Axe Throwing is located at the corner of humor and horror. We’re happy Lynne Segall made it out of this Atlanta establishment alive.
Jetsetters must have a lot of guilt when they leave their pets at home. For them, there is The Pet Set boutique in Atlanta, Georgia. From Lynne Segall.
Stand up and be counted – or cut. From Sandy Schneider in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Success on his third try while in New York City! Over the last few days, Andy Schneider sent in what he thought were two great finds – Ground Central and Tiecoon. Little did he know that for the former, his son had beaten him to the punch by a few hours. And for latter, his brother had done by it six years.
“It’s a miracle the pic turned out in the dark!!” says Lynne Segall with a delightful find from Atlanta, Georgia.
I suspect Lynne is now carrying around super sensitive photo equipment no matter where she goes (or when) in order to photograph a PSN. She plays it cool here suggesting she is simply using an iPhone. We know better. She is nervous about holding on to second place with a submission from Sandy Schneider earlier today.
15 years here and I am still killing it with finds on every street or dock as in this instance. From West Palm Beach, Florida.
Don’t let the name scare you…
It seems like this growers collective is doing things right. Submission five from Laura Sciortino in Portland, Oregon.
A food truck on the Washington, DC mall is never a dum idea. From Sandy Schneider.
Cue the Vangelis. Sandy Schneider is moving on up and poised for en epic race to retake second place. In Washington, DC.
From Joel Schneider in New York City. I don’t even think he drinks coffee but he sure is alert enough to find a Gotham inspired PSN. Well done.
Could this PSN get any better? It’s so good, it’s deserving of me writing its description in iambic pentameter. But certainly not deserving of the porta potty in the photo. From Mike Wien in Oakville, Ontario.
It would be absolutely grand for a wallpaper company. I’ll take painting though with a side of pressure washing. Spotted by Sandy Schneider in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
She’s on a well-deserved celebratory Disney cruise having just finished her masters degree in speech pathology from The George Washington University. But that doesn’t stop Hannah Abel from being keenly observant of the PSN world around her. Even when that world is confined to Disney’s private Castaway Cay in the Bahamas.
Lynne Segall is one hot chick. But she is also on a hot streak with finding PSNs. She has sent so many that even she got confused thinking I already had this one in Decatur (Atlanta for everyone else), Georgia.
The Schneider brothers have a good eye for cheese related PSNs. Joel brings us a photograph worthy find from Georgetown, DC while his brother Bradley’s lone submission remains a shop in Princeton, New Jersey.
The formal translation of “C’est la vie” is “That’s Life.” Yet, it really is the French equivalent of the flippant (and terribly horrible) “It is what it is” statement that suggests acquiescence.
However, Sandy Schneider is anything but accepting of dropping to third place in AGP’s PSN spotting rankings. With finds like this one from Virginia Beach, Virginia (aka “The Beach”), she should be “back on top in June.” (Get it? Search Sinatra if not…)
The name does not give confidence in its baristas. Let’s hope they are as skilled as the owner is playful. From Joel Schneider in Greenville, South Carolina.
He’s not meaner than a junkyard dog. He’s just Stuart Weger who loves a good PSN when he sees one. Like this double in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Was Fred Sanford’s place open 7 days a week? Aunt Esther would not be pleased.