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(SanDiego UnionTribune)   Here's how to take the law into your own hands: Neighbors frustrated with stubborn city engineers put up their own stop signs   ( utsandiego.com) divider line
    More: Cool, stop signs, Point Loma  
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2013-04-18 07:18:21 AM  
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2013-04-18 07:10:02 AM  
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2013-04-18 06:59:53 AM  
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It starts with Stop signs... then they progress to speed bumps - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_qq56LVDXk
2013-04-18 05:56:36 AM  
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Well, since you get to put up your own signs as you see fit, I guess they won't mind if I slap up a few of my own.

Of course, the speed limit is too low, so a few 70mph signs should do the trick to improve traffic flow. Hey, people got to get to where they are going... right? Maybe a few "douchebag" crossing signs too... I'm still working on the design for that one.
2013-04-18 05:10:39 AM  
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Some asshat put deer crossing signs all along the highways of Wisconsin.  I have yet to see a crossing guard near them.  WTF?
2013-04-18 03:00:44 AM  
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So, I can just ignore all signs in that neighborhood, since I don't know which ones are real and which aren't?  I'll get right on that.
2013-04-18 02:57:35 AM  
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No, subby, this is how to take the law into your own hands:

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2013-04-18 12:32:19 AM  
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