Thursday, September 26, 2013

Hi there.

So yesterday I did a post about the Post Office having a sign on their door that said THANKS FOR VISTING.

Now I'm in Door Sign Spotting Mode (or DSSM)

Today I go to the BANK OF AMERICA (The bank of AMERICA!!!) and on their door is a nicely made up sign that says:


You read that right...The Bank of America is now owned by Freddy 'Boom Boom' Washington.

I thanked the teller for letting me visit.

They didn't 'get it'.


Anonymous said...

Eh, I raise an eyebrow regarding your deduction. It could be a subtle way of informing you that the bank is now owned by Hilton.

Or it could be just a sign welcoming you back. Welcome back, welcome back, welcome back.

Or it could be a reminder that your money ultimately goes to Washington.

I'm not even going to speculate on what the "Boom Boom" implications are. Too soon, too soon.

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Anonymous said...

Bank of 'Murica! Spel it krectly.

Cake who has nuffin' said...

I like visting.

Oncle Aine in de nort' countree said...

There's a senior's center nearby that has electrically operated doors with confusing signs:

One says
"Door opens automatically"
"Press red button"
With an arrow pointing to a grey (brushed aluminum) button.

If it was really automatic, we wouldn't have to operate it by pushing the button.

The door that actually has a red button has no sign.

Another door, a sliding one operated by a motion sensor, has a sign on it that says
Door closes without warning"

The sign is on the door. It can only be seen when the door's closed.

The doors that are button-operated usually have volunteers beside them to assist the geezers in opening them.
Fortunately the volunteers tend to be pretty weak and easy to shove out of the way.