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Lock the Car: 1937

Lock the Car: 1937

July 1937. "Georgia road sign." Photo by Dorothea Lange, who seems to have appreciated quirky signs. More to come later in the week. View full size.

 

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Trichinosis anyone?

All the right ingredients!

Loose Definition

Hambuglars
n.
Cockney expression
Amateur Cornetist
Ex: Irving Berlin song, "Someday I'm going to murder the Buglar".

Georgia needs sign spell-check

This reminds me of a sign I saw in Georgia while driving from Columbus to Augusta back in the early '70s: "PLAM READER." Her clairvoyant powers didn't extend to spelling, it seems.

LOL?

I'm not sure if "LOL" counts as a real comment on here, but, I did.

Sign

The owner of that sign should sue McDonald's.

[For want of an "r" the suit was lost. -tterrace]

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