Is it that this town doesn't want you drinking outside of the confines of your closet?
Is it that this town doesn't want you driving on Saturday?
Is it that this town doesn't want your pet driving on Saturday?
What ever it is, you better not park there.
Some people may feel that this is a late entry for the Christmas holidays; but, don't be hasty, my friends. This is really an early submission for Mardi Gras "Tim Burton" style. The scariest feature: the revelers, mes amis!
Get your gold, green, and purple, l'enfants, and shrove this in your Ash Wednesday!
It ushers in the Season To Be Pleasin' so rush on and Google "King Cake Recipes" if you have a soul.
Thanks, Kevin D. We here at Scoop's Signs of Life predict an amazing future for you in the coming year. Laissez les bon temps rouler
This morning I was driving my Camero out Route 19 N from the Burgh and pulled over to capture this. I could sure use some help decoding it. Could it be a secret message from the gods? That damn highway gravel sprayed and left chips in my new paint job; but, man, it was worth it."
Kevin, At first blush, my guess is that you must consider it a mystery of faith. Something tells me were you traveling closer Mars, PA than you realized. Also, please remember that those highway workers are incredible practical jokers. One just needs to recall the time they decorated all the E-Z Pass lanes with Aspinwall police crime tape. Aside from that, it just 'biomes' me out.
It is hard to imagine there is this much *free* material out there! Ever read "Eats, Shoots and Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation" by Lynne Truss? Her book is dedicated to the 1905 Bolshevik printers who helped start the revolution by demanding pay for typesetting punctuation as well as letters.
If people are going to climb flights of stairs, an increased sense of expectations might be in order.
But then again, it might all be in the definition of "High End."
Maybe it is merely a matter of altitude.
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