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Old 07-17-2011, 12:56 PM   #155
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If you ever come to Pennsylvania Dutch Country in PA, you can visit the village of Blue Ball- which is located about half-way between Intercourse and Paradise.
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Just before November 2nd. as we were on our way to DollyWood we saw a good road sign in Mississippi that said "You Can't Fix Stupid But You Can Vote Them Out". Looks like it may have had an impact.

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Old 08-03-2011, 11:58 PM   #157
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I seen a sign in a doctors office with the picture of a chicken and other barnyard animals smoking cigaretts. The caption was " it looks just as stupid when you do it".
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Old 08-04-2011, 02:27 PM   #158
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It is common in the big city like New York, for blind people to take a cab to the banks ATM. If I were blind and had to give my PIN to a New York cabby. I'd spend most of my life changing my pin.

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Horse feathers! How would they see the screen?

The real reason drive up tellers have Braile charaters on the keyboards is they use saame keyboards as the walkup ATMs. It's less expensive to make and keep in inventory only one kind of keyboard instead of two.
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Old 08-04-2011, 03:59 PM   #159
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Sign on either side of causeway bridge connecting Port Isabel TX with South Padre Island TX - and no doubt was put there for spring breakers- "Watch for Pelicans When Flashing".
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Old 08-04-2011, 05:14 PM   #160
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Old 08-04-2011, 06:01 PM   #161
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Ditto on saving those signs for 1012. We need to promote the largest vote turnout in history and we need to clean house. Thanks.

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Horse feathers! How would they see the screen?

The real reason drive up tellers have Braile charaters on the keyboards is they use saame keyboards as the walkup ATMs. It's less expensive to make and keep in inventory only one kind of keyboard instead of two.
If they can't see the screen from a cab then how do they see the screen walking up.

Talk about "Horse Feathers"

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If you look at the front of the ATM, there is a place to plug in a standard mini-plug headset which will transmit a computer generated voice of each step of a transaction. Using these audible cues and the Braille on the keys, the sightless customer can manage very well. The screen is not an issue.
We should be grateful if we have all our faculties ...and always promote reasonable accommodations for those who do not. We never know when we may find ourselves in similar need.
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OK, not a roadside sign. it was trucks mudflaps.

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OK, not a roadside sign. it was trucks mudflaps.

"Pack it like a box car...drive it like a race car!"
LOL, think I've seen that same mud flap myself Slackercruster .
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Played a golf course near Clermont, FL for the first time and when I got to the third tee there was a sign which said:"Watch for boats pulling skiers!" You teed off over a long lagoon and there was a ski school at the same location as the golf course and there were indeed boats pulling skiers.
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In Phoenix, AR there is a bridge which crosses the Aqua Frea (sp?) river which is dry 99.9999999999999% of the time. The sign says: "No fishing from bridge!"
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