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Old 10-05-2010, 06:25 PM   #71
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i saw a septic tank truck with ''We will take CRAP off of Anyone''.......
Note the front license plate on this "honey dipper" truck.


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Old 10-07-2010, 10:14 AM   #72
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Here is the latest road sign.......Two Egg, Florida.
Town located in Jackson County, Fl.
You can look it up on the internet.
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Old 10-09-2010, 07:04 PM   #73
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Not a road sign, but seen on the road. Behind a big class A. Across the back, in big letters, they had named their rig - "Past Tents"
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Old 10-11-2010, 10:08 AM   #74
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Not a road sign, but seen on the road. Behind a big class A. Across the back, in big letters, they had named their rig - "Past Tents"
thats a good one and it isnt a rude one so doesnt cause offence
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Old 10-11-2010, 09:26 PM   #75
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I actually saw on on a city bus recently - a public service ad, I assume. It read "Illiterate? call 1-800 *** ****". I don't remeber the actual number, but you've got to question the person who wrote the ad.
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Old 10-11-2010, 09:37 PM   #76
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I actually saw on on a city bus recently - a public service ad, I assume. It read "Illiterate? call 1-800 *** ****". I don't remeber the actual number, but you've got to question the person who wrote the ad.
That reminds me of the drive thru ATM machine with braile instructions.
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Old 10-12-2010, 09:41 AM   #77
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That reminds me of the drive thru ATM machine with braile instructions.
must of been a standard thing to have the braile on the keys
be funny if brailewasnt on and people complained
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Old 10-12-2010, 12:44 PM   #78
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I actually saw on on a city bus recently - a public service ad, I assume. It read "Illiterate? call 1-800 *** ****". I don't remeber the actual number, but you've got to question the person who wrote the ad.
I believe the vast majority of illiterates can understand numbers.
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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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Agree with Dick's very insightful observation regarding vision-impaired persons using taxicabs...

Also, don't forget there are numerous "walk-up" ATMs... I suspect the ATMs are standardized so they can be quickly changed out in case of a failure and to reduce manufacturing costs.
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I'm convinced that New York City has the best or at least bluntest signs. DONT EVEN THINK OF PARKING HERE and my favorite NO URINATING ON WALLS OR SIDEWALKS. I kind of understand that one though, have you ever tried to find a public restroom in NYC?
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This can be seen from I 81 in Virginia near Marion: If you look to the hillside you will see two large water tanks, one has the word HOT on the left one, the other has the word Cold on the right one.
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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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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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Charles, you made me laugh again. Thanks

Also, the hot and cold water tanks are a riot. Aren't we a nation of nuts? That is a good thing!
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