Posts Tagged ‘signs’

This is another sign I saw at the entrance to Leeman Field. It begs a couple of questions.



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Old chili? Not today, thanks . . .

There are signs all around us. They tell you what to do or not to do, where to go and how to get there. Most signs are simply there. You see them without giving them much thought. Then there are those signs which give pause. Such as the “For Sale by Owner” often seen crudely planted in front of a house someone no longer wants. If you think about it (which I probably do too much), who the hell else is selling the house? If not the owner, isn’t it stealing? I suppose it’s better than lising the place with a real estate agent and putting up a “For Sale by Total Stranger Only Interested in Making a Profit.” One of my favorites is the “Private Property – No Tresspassing” sign in front of a broken down single wide with living room furniture where a lawn might normally be found. Not too many people would mistake this for a public library. Signs are just another form of communication, and we don’t always pay attention to what people are saying.

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