The world is a crazy place and filled with signs.
Today's sign is brought to you by the inefficient McDonald's corporation who reminds you that it is YOU, the customer, who must comply with THEIR rules to ensure that you receive prompt and courteous service.
I almost agree with this, however, given McDonald's poor quality of service I am tempted to exclaim, "suck my chicken biscuit you sorry bastards!"
You people can't even manage a smile or any manner of courteousness, nor do you maintain the skill-set needed to look at a pictogam to build a very simple four part food product!
The next sign is brought to us by the local Texaco station and the Madison County District Attorney's office.
Have we devolved as a society to such degree that tax revenues need to be spent on 5 inch square stickers to remind John Q. Public that robbery is a felony? Are we that fucking stupid? What are people being taught these days?
"Now listen here son, if you gone rob dat sto, don't be usin' no gun!"
And finally, from the department of bad taste we have the local story of Danny's Cabaret which has erected a new sign in Jackson featuring a buxom and attractive blonde in a bikini (unlikely to find such a thing at Danny's). And the sign proclaims, "Strippers love to climb our pole."
Naturally, this has caused quite the disturbance within the city limits of conservative Jackson and the powers that be are doing what they can to have the sign removed. This problem is of such magnitude, it has managed to make front page news not once, but twice, and just goes to show you how many important things are happening in Jackson these days. Forget the crime, the drugs, the ex-cop's son who is involved in a multiple-victim shooting or even less important things like the decaying roads and shelled out ghettos that harbor vast numbers of derelicts, criminals and societal defectives.
Yep. It's all about stripper poles. Down with dirty double entendres!! And to me, that is a sign within itself. Welcome to the downside of America. Nice knowing you.
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