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1 aagcobb  Mon, Feb 18, 2013 11:55:31am

Derp. The signs are there to warn you to watch out and avoid totaling your car.

2 b_sharp  Mon, Feb 18, 2013 12:08:06pm

Well some of those deer must be able to read because most of them cross in the areas where the signs are.

3 steve_davis  Mon, Feb 18, 2013 12:26:47pm

re: #2 b_sharp

Well some of those deer must be able to read because most of them cross in the areas where the signs are.

anyone ever figured out if the little goobers you attach to the front bumper actually let the deer know you’re coming?

4 chadu  Mon, Feb 18, 2013 12:29:45pm

My grandfather spun an entire mythology out of Prince Falling Rock.

5 Skip Intro  Mon, Feb 18, 2013 1:21:46pm

The problem with the signs that I see is that they’re pointing in the wrong direction. They should be facing where the deer would be coming from, not the road.

Stupid goobermint slackers. They can’t do anything right.

6 euphgeek  Mon, Feb 18, 2013 2:54:49pm

re: #3 steve_davis

anyone ever figured out if the little goobers you attach to the front bumper actually let the deer know you’re coming?

My mother-in-law had some of those on her car the day she hit a deer. It ran out from behind a car coming the opposite way. The other driver stopped and asked her if he could have the deer and she answered, “Only if I can use your phone.” She was just coming home from the chiropractor’s after feeling the best she had in years, too.

7 Varek Raith  Mon, Feb 18, 2013 4:48:05pm
Signs that read “Deer Crossing” and the like are going to continue to pop up throughout our country including Avon Lake, but who are these signs for? Deer cannot read, do not obey the law and probably will cross where they wish. Although adorable companions, it is hard to remember the last time that the news reported an animal talking, thinking or providing significant input for the benefit of society. Yet, these signs cost taxpayers like so much of government.

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8 Mongo only pawn... in game of life.  Mon, Feb 18, 2013 6:37:22pm

How would you like that Mensa Member as your neighbor? Can you say six and one half foot fence? “Oh, Billy! Billy! Have you heard?!” Sound of car wheels screaming away…..


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