Can't tell if this workplace poster is advertising a public health initiative or an upcoming Jason Statham movie about a futuristic world in which natural resources have been depleted and cars now run on human blood. Statham leads a ragtag band of nomads in a race to drive a bloodmobile back to the civilian encampment before warlords overtake it by force. The bloodmobile is loaded with Type O-negative, the primo stuff, pure liquid gold that sells on the market for a thousand caps a pint. How, you ask, can blood be so valuable if it's something that everyone is able to draw from their own body and naturally replenish on a steady basis? Why don't you just shut up and go see Larry Crowne if you're going to be all "Mr. Questions" all the time?