Either McDonald's is finally admitting where they get their meat from or "Angus" is a harder word to spell than we realized. One more shot below the jump.
A digital graffiti artist modified this I76 freeway sign in Philadelphia with a combo guide for Street Fighter character Ryu's new Hoboken attack. Too bad it's fake, I-76 goes towards boring old Atlantic City.
The bulk of graffiti is just mindless tagging for the sake of tagging and though pretty at times, it's also pretty boring. When graffiti is clever it's far more enjoyable. For example: this stop sign ironically inked. [Infrastructurist]
We've told you over and over again not to hack electronic road signs for comedic purposes, but some Australians have anyway. Apparently they don't find Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's policies too agreeable, leaving the message "Kevin Rudd Sucks."
Rogue milk cows must be a great danger to tiny cars, so beware any bovine suspiciously eyeballing your tiny car and hungrily licking its lips. [Imgur]
If you see this sign, be very careful, somewhere ahead your car may violate the laws of physics. [McMillan]
According to some traffic experts, "Nanny State" traffic lights and road signs don't make us safer. Instead, making our streets deliberately "naked" of speed bumps, chicanes and signs will make drivers more cautious.
Who is this "Jay Wert" you speak of? [KIRO TV]
DO NOT under any circumstances run around hacking into electronic road signs using the information contained in this step-by-step guide of how to transmit hilarious messages to passing motorists.
What were road commissions thinking when they passed some street names? While we've certainly seen some hilarious ones, these are the 32 best street signs in the world. Just to help brighten your day.
The Lookout Mountain exit on I-70 needed a new sign, and the Colorado Department of Transportation obliged... with one that read "Lookout Mountian." Rather than face the embarrassment of such a gaffe, the CDOT covered the sign with a tarp until a new one could be made (cost to taxpayers: $1,000). [9News.com]
We're not exactly sure what this sign really means — does it mean we should watch out for some kind of super moose that can destroy cars just by breathing on them? Maybe there's an undead moose with a hole in his head from some moose-hunter that's sniffing around demolished cars sitting on the side of the road…