There is this odd little building in my neighborhood and I would really like to know what the sign on it says and what it could possibly be used for. I saw it being built over the past year, but I have no clue what it is. Here is the building and this is the sign on front.
I'm marching in our local 4th of July parade with the Connecticut for Bernie Sanders contingent, and I'm going to carry a sign, which I will make myself. I'd like to say something pithy and memorable that gets to the heart of the Bernie campaign. [more inside]
What iPad app should I use for meeting sign-in sheets? [more inside]
Trying to get inspired here. What are your favorite political candidate signs/logos that you have remembered or noticed? Can you link me or describe them? Democrat/Libertarian/Republican... color scheme doesn't matter here, just looking for a clean, solid "political" feel.
Help me figure out how to make a permanent sign asking package deliverers to leave packages inside my front door (there's a vestibule, so the outermost door's unlocked). And where to put it! [more inside]
Approximately how old is this sign, and what font is it? The stucco facade could date from as early as the 1920s, but the lettering on the signs looks to my untrained eye to be from the 70s or later.
In Michael Palin's "Around the World in 80 Days", there's a shot of a building with an interesting sign. It says "EARTH SPACE SCIENCE ART FACT FICTION FANTASY". [more inside]
So, for about a week, this sign appeared on one of the doors in one of my school buildings. It said "Please use another door." There are only two doors there, so clearly if the one was broken, it could have said, "please use the other door." But it said "another," which struck me as odd. Additionally, it alternated each time I went outside and back in. Could this be some kind of social experiment? There was clearly nothing wrong with either of the doors, as they were being used all day. Isn't that weird? What is it?!?!
There's a stop sign in front of my house, and people don't stop at it. Our neighborhood is working on various ways of solving this problem, and my contribution is to create signs to hang up on my wall right next to the stop sign. Last year in a fit of pique Mr. BlahLaLa made one that said SLOW DOWN, FU**ER! That actually had a big, positive impact, believe it or not, but when the novelty wore off, so did compliance. So, help me create a stack of posters I can use in rotation? [more inside]
(US election filter) Is it unlawful for me to post some homemade additional "vote here" signs to make my polling place easier to find? [more inside]
Should we teach our baby sign language? [more inside]
I'm learning sign language, and I thought it'd be fun to practice by making music videos. I'm hearing, but I'd like my videos to be interesting even without sound. Know any suitable songs for this? [more inside]
What's the best place to go for custom magnetic signs that you put on the side of your car to advertise your business? [more inside]
I got a summer job interview over Skype! Tell me what to expect. The twist: it's in American Sign Language. [more inside]
What should I write on a giant sign to cheer on my friends during a 10 mile race this weekend? [more inside]
What can you tell me about those red signs that say Thank You For Shopping Here Your Business Is Appreciated? [more inside]
Where can I learn about the history of US national forest signs? I've seen this style all over the country, so I'm wondering when and where the decision was made.
I am looking for a high-res logo or a high-res scan of the Block Parent graphic of the adult holding the child's hand. If the "Block Parent" text is included then all the better.
What is this sign from the background of a scene in the movie Moneyball? [more inside]
Is a degree in ASL really necessary? [more inside]
What's the best way to handle an electronic signature on a website-hosted submission form? [more inside]
A group of colleagues and I want to send a complaint email. How can we all sign it, considering that it's an email and that none of us are even in the same state? [more inside]
I have an old, painted wood sign (pics inside) that I'd love to hang in my house, but the paint is flaking very badly. Is there any way to keep it from deteriorating (at least enough that I don't end up with a pile of paint flakes on the floor) without doing a lot more damage? The (probably non-existent) monetary value of the sign is not of importance. Thanks! [more inside]
What album cover would be cool as a toilet door sign? Anything goes...! [more inside]
[sign language filter] How can an American learn Danish Sign Language? Preferably without a tutor. [more inside]
What will happen to the old Starbucks signs when the new logo is put in place later this month? Is there anyway I could get one? [more inside]
What's the best way to get an exact (or close enough) replica of the sign in this screenshot? [more inside]
Help! What does this street sign mean? Taken in west bank [more inside]
I need a computer program that can take the text of my novel and scroll it across the laptop screen like one of those LED ticker scrolling signs in Times Square. [more inside]
I work the front desk at my parent's hotel and we are having a dispute regarding the language and wording of a sign that we have recently put up. Is there a better way to word the following sign: "Busy Helping Another Guest, Back in a Minute. Thanks." ? [more inside]
What is the ASL sign for Seattle, Washington? [more inside]
Small, 2" circular plastic sign/placard?/decal?, red circle crossed though with an image of a laptop inside. "No Laptops Allowed" being the meaning. Comes with adhesive foam tape on back. Purchased from Daiso. Where can I find another online? [more inside]
Is there a place online where I can purchase the signs found inside a Jimmy John's franchise? [more inside]
It's hard to see our house number from the street. I want to get a sign or post to put at the end of the driveway. Suggestions? [more inside]
I'm looking for metal brackets / architectural frames / sign holders by the end of the day Monday, in NYC
I'm looking for some metal brackets / architectural frames / sign holders by the end of the day Monday, in NYC. [more inside]
Can anyone tell me more about "ixaratte"? It's supposed to be a complicated court sign-language of the Ottoman empire. [more inside]
Can any Mefites recommend a reliable sign company in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area? I need to have vinyl lettering (or whatever the sign-person recommends) installed on a plate-glass, storefront window. I would love for the sign to be Dallas City Code-compliant.
Anyone have any tricks or tips on how to paint a large sign/mural on the exterior of a building? I need help on how to get the image on the wall, which is roughly 20ft by 100ft. [more inside]
I am looking for a backlit "running man" exit sign. Help! [more inside]
Do signs that say "We Are Not Responsible for Lost or Stolen Valuables" actually provide any legal protection? [more inside]
Every time I close my browser (Firefox) Google signs me out. How can I stay signed in? It's very annoying. Googling has not returned an answer to the question.
Read a story in the LA times a decade ago, can't remember the details: a man fixed a misleading freeway sign by himself. [more inside]
Do kids still collect and sell earthworms for fish bait? [more inside]
In the past I have been paid the following things to sign up for a Credit Card: a slice of pizza, a shirt, a $15 discount, and now at Amazon, a $30 discount. Are there any with a higher value than that? [more inside]
This spring I will be finished with my second Master's degree. I've been at my current job for almost three years and while I enjoy it immensely, I am wondering about other opportunities that having two graduate degrees might open up for me. Am hoping to obtain answers especially from individuals who have multiple degrees and have gone into somewhat different career paths. [more inside]
Where can I find an Obama "CHANGE WE CAN BELIEVE IN" rally sign? [more inside]
Can you identify this symbol (http://h4xr.org/9rb2)? It's a diamond centered between two vertical lines with a dot in the middle. I've seen it on sidewalks and streets and presume it's used by electricians or other street/maintenance workers. What does it mean?
Election 08: Best way to mount my campaign signs? [more inside]
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