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USELESS SIGN
23-MAY-2006 LARRY DAVID BRADEN

USELESS SIGN


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Jason Anderson05-Jan-2009 01:29
Is the sign that says "Road Has Ended" hidden behind this one? Seems like that is the more useful sign in these circumstances.
Karen Stuebing15-Sep-2008 13:17
Just in case you're blind or talking on your cell phone and not paying attention hitting the sign should stop you. I'd call this an uh duh sign. :)
Steve Ainsworth14-Jun-2007 17:22
John, a little off looks like this:
http://www.pbase.com/listorama/image/55247933
Dave Beedon02-Jul-2006 05:58
What a relief to know that someone is on my side.
John Cooper12-Jun-2006 09:51
I concur.
Dave Beedon10-Jun-2006 03:01
John, n/.z,i,dfn/drvrvma9ev en 09 nu'q98euhjv' amer[GB(m sb[ 0srtib!
1moremile08-Jun-2006 23:23
Apparently it's been emptied.
John Cooper08-Jun-2006 23:04
What does a "little off" look like ?
Whats the chance of a sensible answer to this question ?
Will the answer amuse me ?
Am I asking to many questions ?
Is it midnight ? (yes, did that one for you)
Where is that Drambuie bottle ?
Dave Beedon05-Jun-2006 04:55
It's a sad day in America when one cannot express an appreciation for the physical world (in all of its manifestations) without having his mental balance called into question.

Note to self:
1. Use this ruse again when I need to appear "a little off."
2. Get a new prescription at double the present dose.
1moremile04-Jun-2006 20:59
Gary, I think Dave is at the maximum dosage already. That might be part of the problem.
Gary Winters04-Jun-2006 15:49
I just read Dave's comment below, and wonder if perhaps he needs to increase his medication? LOL
1moremile02-Jun-2006 09:01
That makes sense. There's always some wise guy or girl willing to file a lawsuit.
Wei O'Connell02-Jun-2006 01:52
I call it - Dummy proof sign.
It's sad that we need this kind of sign but it's true in our life - if something bad happens, nobody can be held responsible.
1moremile30-May-2006 11:37
Glad you noticed that, John. It is a replacement. Couple days it will not look out of place.
John Cooper30-May-2006 08:13
This sign must be very new, there are no bullet holes in it.
1moremile29-May-2006 01:56
Well said, John.
John Cooper28-May-2006 11:14
One simple question, should a person who is unable to see that there is no road in front of them, be driving ?
1moremile28-May-2006 00:26
Well said, Dave. I think.
Dave Beedon28-May-2006 00:23
Larry, I am thankful that signs like this exist, as they help me understand the physical world. Without this sign, I would drive right past this spot and not realize that there were "ends" here. (Too bad the sign does not state the quantity of ends present.) That would be less than satisfactory because I like to know in advance what lies ahead so I can better appreciate it when I encounter it. The local authorities realize this and installed the sign so that if I choose to continue past this spot, I am aware of the physical conditions and can appreciate them as I sail off the embankment into the river. An aware driver is a better driver.
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