|We aren't Nevada!
No "In and Out"? What would the board of tourism say about this?
|"It's where the geeks
Note the banner to the left. The new Radio Shack/Tandy corporate headquarters moved in across the street. Maybe they're trying to attract the geeks?
|Get it from the "Bra"
Well, where else would you get fresh, all natural milk except from a bra?!
|Pay at Pump
The sign reads "24 Hour Pay at Pump," but all the pumps are locked behind a metal shield.
|Isn't it oxymoronic?
I'm still scratching my head. So is it automatic sometimes and not others? How do they decide?
Dani and I spotted this guy doing his thing on a sign in the nature preserve in Fort Worth. In case it isn't obvious, the hoop is courtesy of a transparent bumper sticker.
|Edmonster's Fried Chicken
Admittedly, we've never eaten here, but neither have most people in this town. My personal theory is that everone who sees this sign are as freaked out by the sign as we are.
I get the feeling that this is the sort of place that would fascinate those girls in Ghost World.
|Signs... of the Apocalypse!
We're going out of business... but we have enough money to pay guys to hold signs on the street corner.
|Deliverance Public Library
No kidding, this was the library when I first moved to Folsom, Louisiana in the late '80s. The next nearest library was roughly fifteen miles away.
Actually, shortly after we moved to the area they built a real library about half a mile from here (that's right; on the other side of town). This is now just a storage shed.
Upon revisiting the town in July 2004, I was amazed to discover how much the town had grown. The number of traffic lights had doubled. There were two of them! True story!
|Irony by the bucketful!
You know there's no god when you're a plumber and the water main breaks in front of the street.
|Seafood - Chicken - Donuts
One of these things is not like the other.
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