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Discussion in 'The Tiki Bar' started by Bt Doctur, Oct 24, 2015.
She has to be messing with them...
What an idiot! The problem is not where they put the signs the problem is the signs have no instruction for the deer to look both ways before crossing. It should be in English and Spanish. Problem solved
We have double the issues here!
Deer are plentiful & respectful of the crossing signs.
Moose, however, are much larger than the average passenger car.
They tend to cross about where & when they want. Moose strikes are common here as the eyes will not reflect the headlights near as much as a deer.
Results are never pretty.
I got a problem with hidden drives I think it should be against the law to hide your drive way entrance from the road. Then once you hide your drive the the tax payers have to pay for a sign. I think if you want to hide your drive you should have to pay for the sign yourself I just don't get it.But then again if I you want to hide your drive I think it's my right to and shouldn't have to put up a sign because I want my drive hidden.Oh and another thing if my kid's are slow I don't think it's right that the state comes a long and put a sign in my front yard stating that slow children at play who gives them the right to judge my kids.
I think there should be idiot driving signs near the deer crossing signs especially for the deer so they don't get hit by the idiots.
That sounds like my sister-in-law....
What if the deer hits you? Happened to me 20 years ago on Hwy 80 in IA. It came out of the low shoulder while I was doing 65, and destroyed my front quarter panel and side door. I had fur everywhere.
and people wonder how Obama got voted into office...lol