Sunday, October 11, 2009

The Ignoble Prizes are out

The folks at the Annals of Improbable Research have awarded this year's Ignoble Awards. For Literature: Ireland's police service (An Garda Siochana), for writing and presenting more than fifty traffic tickets to the most frequent driving offender in the country — Prawo Jazdy — whose name in Polish means "Driving License".

WHO ATTENDED THE CEREMONY: [Karolina Lewestam, a Polish citizen and holder of a Polish driver's license, speaking on behalf of all her fellow Polish licensed drivers, expressed her good wishes to the Irish police service.]

More information on the rest of the awards ceremony can be found here.

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