Talk about a confusing sign….A person would have to be very lucky to find this place open.
That except for asbestos line worries me.
Teenage alcoholics that have been abused by their spouse, have an eating disorder and are using drugs and have been contemplating suicide and are very hungry would have reason to attend this church six nights a week. Then the sermon about America’s Joyous Future should help them forget the other six nights so they can be ready for the next six nights.
In other words don’t touch those wires unless you have $200 with you.
These ads will bring a lot of memories to the old-timers among us and will let the younger generation know about the days, when you could buy a Coca-Cola for 5 cents and a pack of gum for 5 cents.
A combination radio-smoker which provided smokers with a place for their cigarettes, cigars, pipes and tobacco, while listening to their favorite radio programs on this $49.95 radio.
This is the precursor of the Sony Walkman for only $7.95, before shipping and federal tax.
Not many restaurants today feature a seven course dinner for $1.75.
Cigar smokers today are not likely to find this two cigars for 5 cents special.
A one pound bag of Bazooka Bubble Gum will set you back $7.99 today after inflation kicked in.
You could look up and down every aisle of every grocery store in the United States and not find these prices. Two boxes of Wheaties probably cost at least 25 cents nowadays and two pounds of coffee has probably doubled to 50 cents.
Barber shop prices of the 1900′s on the left. No date given for the prices on the right.
Barber shop prices over a 100 years later. The shave and a haircut of the 1900′s cost a total of 60 cents. That same shave and haircut today costs $33.00.
This sign lets speeders know a cop is behind the sign so drivers can jam on their brakes and hope the cop doesn't notice they are going 75 MPH in a 30 MPH zone.
This sign lets potential trespassers know the consequences of trespassing on this land. The sign guarantees that trespassers will be shot at least once and maybe twice.
This warning sign gives a good reason to keep track of your kids.
Drivers should take a photo of this sign to prove they really did run into some road construction on the way to work.
At least the dead person would save the money from the $200 fine so they won't have to worry about their bank account being overdrawn.
Think I would opt to use another parking space since the alternatives are not good ones. Doctor told me I am allergic to rabid squirrels so that makes the decision even easier and sure don't want any knocking sounds since the last two knockings sounds from our Explorer cost almost $3,000 to repair and our bank account shows $30 so won't have money for repairs until Justin Bieber retires from the music industry.
This is literally a four way stop sign since can't turn left or right or go forward or backward. Just hope the road construction is finished before the BCS Bowl.