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Publicerad 2006-03-06
Vecka 10, 2006 (klippt ur Scott Adam's Dilbert Newsletter)
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When Dogbert takes over the world, the first thing he'll do is make it illegal for Induhviduals to make signs. Until then, enjoy these sightings.

Seen on a Taco Bell sign in Coralville, Iowa
"Everyday low value"

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There's a dry cleaner here in Albany, NY, that offers
"Swede Cleaning."

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There is a sign on a church in Greenfield, MA, that says
"HOW DO YOU FIND JESUS?"

The next line down says
"RUMMAGE SALE Saturday 8-2."

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A sign on a gun shop in downtown Chandler, AZ, reads
"Guns, Ammo, Picnic Supplies"

[editor's note: That's a bad place to start a food fight.]

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In Vancouver, British Columbia, on a folding sign in front of a small language school
"English Tootering"

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A workman on a construction project at our facility left this neatly-lettered warning sign
"WARNING - HOLE IN FLOOR ABOVE DOORWAY BELOW."

I didn't look under the sign, however, for fear of being sucked into another dimension.

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An ad running here in Charlotte, NC
"Local talent agency seeks expiring models..."



 
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