Signs abound in our society. Some are warnings, others are informational, and then there are signs advocating an issue or political candidate. Signs can be official, professionally or hand-made, funny, nonsensical or serious. All make a statement, even if we can’t decipher it.
Sign Language features examples of these signs and then some that I’ve captured while on my rides. Come back now and again as I add new pictures whenever I find something worthy of posting. Click on a picture to enlarge it.
Somebody better call the BNSF Police because the sign because the gate is neither closed nor locked! June 26, 2015.
I have no idea what this means.
So you can dump when there no video surveillace (sic) surveillance? Punctuation, a period in this case, matters. Shot June 5, 2016
You may not noitice the ‘electricity monster’ until you look closely at the sign.
If only the sign could talk…but it would need a mouth to do that.
Spotted on Hillcrest Avenue in Highland Park on April 26, 2015.
One of the 99%.
No, you’re not seeing double. There are two signs at the intersection of Filmore and River Park Plaza (which is a lame name for a street.)
What office is he running for?
A resident of the 700 block of West Bayard expresses frustration over the choice of candidates in the ’16 election. October 1, 2016
While Saint Paul almost always votes for democrats, some proudly support conservative candidates.
Peace, not war.
Thanks for the stairs sign. The stairs go between College Avenue and the St. Paul Archdiocese parking lot.
No explanation, no nothing other than the sign. July 19, 2013.
No thanks! At least not during the summer. Richards Gordon Office Building. July 3, 2013
The latest in drain signs.
Why are these two children sitting atop the Washington Monument?
A sign of the times for residents anywhere near University Avenue.
This sign is on an Xcel Energy power substation at Asbury Street and Iglehart in Lex-Ham.
I’m surprised no one has called the police on me.
Come one, come all.
The name of a company that hosts Segway tours. Seen on a truck parked Downtown on June 26, 2015.
Restricted in name only.
No Smoking! And no hockey pucks.
A very good question. Graffiti in the 2300 block of west Charles.
Better than charging everyone I suppose.
In the front yard of a Highland Park home.
One of the regularly-spotted anti-war signs.
All Are Welcome in five languages. On St. Paul Avenue in Highland Park. February 19, 2017. Yes, it was 60 degrees so I took a ride!
This is one of my favorites!
Your guess is as good as mine. July 19, 2013 on the West End.
Do you think the video camera caught the person defacing the sign?
I recognize that I have no clue about what this means. Decorating a concrete support behind the Ramsey County Government Center East.
Let’s hope that Doug is a better concrete guy than he is a sign maker.