The comments in the most ridiculous parking sign story got me thinking, which is never a good thing. Why are we stuck with static signs stacked end-on-end? What if these signs could change throughout the day depending on the time and regulations? Enter the solar powered e-ink display.
Second is first, first is third, and third is second. That's how the most common U.S. street names stack up in a list compiled by the National League of Cities.
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.
With fewer people reading and more people Tivoing, advertisers are turning back to the outdoor ad. Naturally, they're injecting sex, violence and butt jokes to get them noticed. Ten graphic, and often bootylicious outdoor advertisements below. NSFW.
Those disappointed in the name change vote of Butt Hole Road'll be happy hearing it's not the only hilariously unfortunate street name. Here's ten more to add to the list of world's street signs making your internal ten-year-old laugh below.
This is pretty clever: Take a parade of European street signs and reinterpret their meanings into a story of boy-meets-girl, boy-gets-girl and bad things happen. Two short iconographic stories with NSFW text content.
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.
It's Friday afternoon, the auto industry is yet again in turmoil and that can only mean one thing: Lock the office door 'cause it's time for the Official Car Pundit Drinking Game as CNBC has Wert pundificating on the GM-Chrysler merger talks and the potential for job losses therein. Tune in to "Street Signs" at 2:10…
Time to fire up your Friday afternoon flasks again for the Official Car Pundit Drinking Game as CNBC has asked the boss to gab about the proposed Federal loan guarantees for the big domestic automakers. Tune in to "Street Signs" at 2:20 to watch as he repeatedly corrects the talking heads who will call it a bailout…
If we were looking around for one we'd totally park in this spot just because of this sign. In fact, we'd skip the available spots closer to our destination because of this sign. Heck, we'd drive somewhere we weren't planning on going just to be able to park in this spot because of this sign. [via Flickr]