A Life Less Interesting
*snickering* And someone in some department in some cramped little office OK'ed this sign? It's good to know that DOT lunacy is world wide. xoxoxoxo
Lunacy indeed, Savannah, though I do feel much safer for knowing that the sign was not in use.xoxoxoxox
But what if someone driving by had seen a blank sign, wondered if the letters had fallen off, causing him to miss his turn-off. If he'd gotten lost he may have ended up at a haunted castle and held captive by the likes of, oh, Freddie Kruger, Norman Bates, or Liberace? Maybe all three!*Bah-bah-bah-baaaahm!* (Sounds of impending doom)
A lesson in irony?
Oh my god, WTF happens when a sign that says "Sign Not In Use" is in use?
A sign, unassigned?Could be worse, it could say, say, "Will work for reflective letters."
Only in your very strange dreams, Speedway. We're a country of health and safety extremity over here; if a sign has no use whatsoever, we'll put it up and tell you so.Hee hee, Ms.M.It's a scary thought, Petrea.It was already reflective, Speedway, so yes: worse. I just wonder at the amount of time and money spent on deciding that a sign needs to be erected with no possible use, the design and manufacture and erection of that sign, and the mental capacity of the people who made the decision.
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