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Old 11-19-2010, 02:22 PM   #99
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On a recent trip to the east we went through a number of communities that had signs on their outskirts that said either DEAF CHILD or BLIND CHILD. I didn't know how to react. I normally try not to run over any children but was unable to determine which ones were blind or deaf. so I just muttered a prayer and moved on.
You don't need to comment on this because my wife thinks I'm a jerk for commenting on these unusual signs.
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Old 11-19-2010, 02:43 PM   #100
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I see the AmIGone Funeral home here in Western NY has already been mentioned. The real name, by the way, is Amigone. We also have two other funeral homes worthy of mention. We have Bury Funeral Home and one of my favorites, Curtain's Funeral Home, as in it's curtains for you. One other local business that was special was Seymour Optical. Now there's a results oriented name.
Is DietRich Funeral home still around? We used to write it as Die+rich!.
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Old 11-22-2010, 07:18 PM   #101
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Old 11-23-2010, 06:17 AM   #102
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When you enter North Carolina on about any major road there is a sign to greet you that says ........ Motorcyclist Must Wear Helmets and Burn Headlights.
Someday, I always expect to see a group of motorcyclists on the side of the road with their helmets on and a large pile of headlights being Burned. (I often wonder how they would keep them lit) I guess it would like ''smoked herring''. Where would you put the match to light it and where would you ''suck''? Sometimes I think I ''think'' toooooo much...........

Kinda makes you think dont it?.......

Ok government. I am ready for our troops to come back home NOW. All those that believe we will be out of the ''sand box'' by 2014 STAND ON YOUR HEAD PLEASE........ (Im done mr Admin,,,,, nuff said)
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Old 11-23-2010, 01:13 PM   #103
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On Hwy 28 between Franklin & Bryson City (where you turn off to go down into Cowee Valley) there is a sign. Been there for as long as I can remember. I had a boyfriend follow me up to NC one summer when I was a teen. We were out driving one day and he sees a sign that says "THINK" and nothing else. He said "Think about what?" I just held on tight. You see, I knew about the 90 degree turn that he was headed into just as he finished his question! Several years later... on our honeymoon in the area, my husband did the same thing!
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Old 11-23-2010, 01:37 PM   #104
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I went to W.Va. to visit some of my buddies I grew up with. I asked were I might find (Little Man), that what we called him. I went to were he was living which had a swinging bridge which looked unsafe to say the least. The sign at the bridge entrance said KEEP OFF MY ______LAND, WITH A BULLET HOLE IN THE SIGN. I decided he wasn't in the mood to see me or anyone else.
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Old 11-28-2010, 03:45 PM   #105
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This sign was seen on a Florida funeral home:



"WE WOULD RATHER
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1,000 AL QAEDA TERRORISTS
THAN WITH ONE SINGLE AMERICAN SOLDIER!"
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Melbourne Florida. a Neon sign on a building ....

''DROP YOUR PANTS HERE''

It is a dry cleaners.

There was more but Willa has forgotten them.......

me.
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Old 12-02-2010, 09:46 PM   #107
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I remember a series of signs along 97 north of Wenatchee.
First one: Car in ditch
Down the road a mile or so: Driver in tree
Third: Moon was full
Fourth: So was he
Eat at Noot's
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Sporting Goods store

We have the famous Dick's Sporting Goods store by us and during construction they posted a sign that said:

"Dick's coming soon"

I'm not kidding!!
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I remember a series of signs along 97 north of Wenatchee.
First one: Car in ditch
Down the road a mile or so: Driver in tree
Third: Moon was full
Fourth: So was he
Eat at Noot's
Do you happen to remember which side of the 97 it was on? There's 97 and 97 Alternate just north of Wenatchee
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Around a curve a car came ''whizzin''

Fault was ''hern''

Funeral ''hisin''

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He was clean
Had no B.O.
Had whiskers so
She let him go

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