A Sign From Above...[Pic]

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 4 years ago in Misc

And below and sideways and underneath. Can anyone make any sense of this?
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Male 13,624
Looks pretty straight forward to me
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Male 1,625
[quote]That set of signs is just ridiculously contradictory.[/quote]

you people and that word on this site...

first you said the church was being contradictory (hypocrite) because they said people who aren`t born aren`t technically alive, now you`re saying that a sign that shows exceptions is contradictory.

protip: the sign lays out the law, if you are too stupid to figure it out, don`t whine when you get a ticket.

anyone missing the overnight parking hasn`t looked at the sign close enough. the D64 exemption applies to overnight parking too since that `sign` is a single piece of metal.
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Male 1,745
Having lived in new york, these signs make sense: if you don`t live in that district, you can park there for 2 hours between 8am and 6pm every day except mondays between 10am and 1pm. You can also stop to drop off or pick up kids for school.
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Male 1,341
I`m from a town that had 1700 people, went to a high school that had less than 200... This is really foreign to me.
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Male 4,431
I see no contradiction in these signs (with apologies to CrakrJak). Sure, there`s a lot to read there, relatively speaking, but it`s pretty clear. (note that several of the signs are "combination" signs. For example, the "bottom" sign is a combination no parking while during loading hours sign, although it looks like two separate ones--when seen that way, taking them all as part of a collective, there`s really no contradiction here)
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Male 199
This isn`t confusing. How can someone think this is confusing?
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Male 3,475
If you think thats something, wait till you read the newly amended constitution.
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Male 17,512
If I were a judge, and a defendant came into the court with a no parking ticket and a picture of these signs, I`d dismiss the damn case.

That set of signs is just ridiculously contradictory.
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Male 1,059
It`s so comforting to know that the idiots who designed this sign are now making medical decisions for every person in the country.
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Male 11,740
I`d go pay cash for some old broken down school bus, park it there, and walk away.
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Male 2,390
drat it, i`ll take the bus.
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Male 3,894
You can park from 8AM to 6PM for 2 hours only, unless you have a district 64 permit. (meaning you`re not limited to 2 hours)

On mondays, however, they clean the street from 10 AM to 1PM, meaning you aren`t allowed to park.

From 6:30AM to 9AM and 1:30PM to 4PM, you`re only allowed to sit there to pick up passengers and go, which on school days is limited to a 5 minute stop.

It`s not that hard to figure out, just a little overwhelming. Stop and read, broseph.
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Male 1,625
seriously, whats so hard to understand?

[quote]pull into spot
check time
check date
do I fit in all the criteria?
is yes, success for 2 hours
if no, move car[/quote]

if you want a breakdown, you can park there for 2 hours between the hours of 9am and 1:30pm, and from 4pm until 6pm, unless its monday in which case you can park there from 9-10am and from 4-6pm. UNLESS you have a district 64 tag, in which case you can park there anytime that isn`t between 6:30-9am or 1:30-4pm on weekdays, or 10am-1pm on mondays.
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Male 1,950
Easy - the sign says "Welcome to Boston"
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Male 395
Park on the other side of the street...got it
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Male 37,888
Translation: Park On The Sidewalk!

You`re less likely to get a ticket...
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Male 761
As a New Yorker, I understood this immediately.
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Male 134
Yeah, don`t park there, mm-kay?
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Male 40
Monday: 8am - 10am, 1pm - 6pm, for 2 hours only, unless District 64 (D64). Changes to 4pm - 6pm on School days.
Tuesday - Friday: 8am - 6pm, for 2 hours only unless D64. 9am - 1:30pm, 4pm - 6pm, for 2 hours only on School days.
Weekends: 8am - 6pm, for 2 hours only unless D64.

Think that pretty much covers it.
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Female 8,044
Link: A Sign From Above...[Pic] [Rate Link] - And below and sideways and underneath. Can anyone make any sense of this?
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