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September 25, 2015


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(Thanks to Mike Ester)


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Cute Dave I love this one. Ever where you go there could be one. Too funny

That wouldn't work in Chicago. It's too windy.

Signs prohibiting "aggressive solicitation" (i.e. begging) have been posted on freeway off-ramps in some Metro Detroit communities as well.

fines will be doubled.

spray paints over D

As for the other three corners, knock yourself out!

And stay off the lawn

Dang government and their regulations.

Thats probably the sign the dealer put up. Like the scalpers used to hold up a sign that read "I need tickets".

Should be a solid solution to crushing the maddening crime rate and enforcing the ban on the 16 oz. sugary drinks limit.

A shining example of why Detroit is the standard bearer for law and order.

I lived in or near Detroit for 12 years. They actually came up with a public service announcement for a "No Crime Day." Criminals were supposed to relax and take it easy for a day before continuing their crime spree the next day.

"But Officer, I was Buying NOT Selling"

our jobs are being taken over by robots. and in some cases, signs.

FINALLY some good news! And, it's my birthday!

Who knew the problem could be solved that simply ?

"You might just as well shred the Constitution."

Somebody had to say it.

funny man have a great birthday. Maybe order up some tainted Mexican food and make vacation plans to visit Detroit soon.

In Illinois, they just¹ put a tax on the sale of illegal drugs.

Not that I have ever been subject to it.

But what I don't understand about Virginia (well, one of many things)...
If the speed limit is 25 with an extra $200 fine, what is the effect of a school zone when the school speed limit is also 25?

¹merely, not recently

Happy Birthday, funny man!


That's easy. Any speed over 15= Life without parole. And if you have a noisy muffler, no visitations, either.

"Virginia: Tough on the crimes that really matter."

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