Seriously, what is with all these damn signs? Everywhere I turn: here is the street you are on, here is how fast you can drive, there are some men working up ahead . Does the government really need to tell me what street I live on? Hell, I have been in this house for five years! How about instead of wasting tax payer dollars for a sign on my street, the governor pays to recharge my air conditioning in the car. Of course he does not do that, because that would make too much sense. So here I am sweating in my vehicle and all that metal street sign is doing is attracting more heat. Talk about something contributing to global warming. How about instead of making us drive hybrids, we tear down some fucking signs!
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We as tax payers are left completely in the dark about how much of our hard-earned paycheck goes to telling us such pertinent information as what state we are entering/exiting, who volunteers to clean a mile of the road, and semi truck weight limits. DO YOU SEE ME DRIVING A SEMI TRUCK? I did some googling to see how much signs cost and just about puked my guts out when I found the answer. One "Pedestrian Crossing" sign is going to set Americans back between $106 and $183.25. Of course, had I not seen that pedestrian crossing sign, I would have just assumed it was okay to plow into people crossing the road.
Where is that astronomical cost coming from? It is a big piece of metal. And its not like labor costs are high. Some prisoner somewhere is getting paid a quarter an hour to bang out sign after sign after sign. Still on the fence? Think signs are worth it? Try this on for size: $130.55-$183.75 for a sign that depicts a guy riding a tractor. That's right, your sweat-stained dollars are being spent to tell you that that thing that appears to be a guy riding a tractor is in fact, a guy riding a tractor.
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