Sign Language: Funny displays from the road

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Chris Hickey of McLean snapped a shot of this sign in November at a rest stop south of Breezewood, Pa., on Interstate 70. “Pets didn’t seem to care, but owners were sure confused,” he says.

(Chris Hickey) - Chris Hickey spotted this sign at a rest stop south of Breezewood, Pa., on Interstate 70 in November.

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Seen an amusing sign in your travels? Read on.

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