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February 08, 2005

Let's be careful out there.

As a driver, what exactly is this sign warning you about?


My buddy Trav saw this sign and snapped a few shots for me. I wish MY house of worship was so church-rific that it needed its own warning sign for approaching drivers.


Posted by Dan at February 8, 2005 03:16 AM

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I would have liked the sign to have just caution on it. It brings me to an entire different level of concern. With caution church ahead, I'm only at a level that's a little higher than caution underground pipe ahead.

Posted by: Jim at February 8, 2005 05:07 AM

With all these people watching South Park and reading magazines like the one below, people need to be duly warned. After all, it is the age of reliophobe.

Posted by: Ralph at February 8, 2005 09:34 AM

Okay! I'll take this one from a different stance just for argument sake.

On the way to our church, we pass another large church. A "Caution Church Ahead" sign would be appropriate in this situation. For when they are letting out of their services, sometimes it can take as much as 15 to 25 minutes for what usually takes 2. The difference being here whether a Sunday morning or Wednesday night. They usually have to have police directing traffic! And lets face it: Have you ever seen how people leave the parking lots when there is some football game that starts at HIGH NOON on? Or the preacher has run long and they're used to being first in line at the Luby's before the "other denominations" show up?

Posted by: Cam at February 8, 2005 10:11 AM

I think it might be a warning about the large number of 'Sunday drivers' one would expect to find leaving a church service. I know that my own mother (aged 78) rarely drives anywhere except to church and her lack of practice behind the wheel is rather apparent when one is a passenger in her car. I always feel like putting a bumper sticker on her car that says: 'I stop start and turn for no reason whatsoever'.

Posted by: Kimm at February 8, 2005 05:58 PM

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