This billboard is in downtown Bremerton, Washington. The text: “Buzzed. Busted. Broke. Get caught buzzed driving and it could cost you $10,000” suggests that this could be advice from a financial counselor. Or perhaps the police, as there were signs nearby reserving space for court parking.
One curious note: the billboard is really a drape over the frame of the billboard, rather than the usual plastic or paper billboard glued to the frame. This suggests it could be an ephemeral piece of advice; it might cost you $10,000 today, but that could change the next time they need the billboard space.
From the illustrations in the center, it also appears to suggest you should beware of driving 1950s station wagons after drinking root beer or having cups of ice.
Take two Asian religions (Judaism, Christianity), mix in some pagan and commercial European elements (evergreen trees, stocking caps, candy canes), add in a food from the Americas (cocoa) and a subject that mixes Christian theology (“Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men”) and loafing (sport fishing) and you have…
A run-on sentence, and this fascinating Christmas gift.
This professionally printed sign with less than professional scribbling was taped to a parking meter in Silver Spring, Maryland. It notifies motorists that two spaces are not available from something scribbled to something else scribbled, with an almost illegible correction to something else scribbled.