Friday, February 13, 2015

This Is A New Street Sign By Me

What would you think if you were driving down the street and saw this sign? Beware of flying monkeys? If you walk outside the crosswalk you'll be punished by a giant bird of prey? Both wrong. The City of Salem, OR is posting these signs near a park and popular jogging hill, warning people that an angry owl could swoop down on them at any moment.

Sound random? It's not, it's been happening. It's not. Here's the story from KTVB.com.

2 comments:

Awesom Johnson said...

I saw the Rachel Maddow's Show and it was true. The thing is that I tried to get that sign but I've failed. Does anyone know where to find it online and buy it from ?

SRTC Staff said...

Etsy sells them apparently: https://www.etsy.com/listing/222695071/warning-attack-owl-ceramic-coaster-set?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=shopping_us_housewares-coaster-ceramic-low&ione_adtype=pla&ione_creative=54864619235&ione_product_id=222695071&ione_product_partition_id=89243059715&ione_store_code=&ione_device=c&ione_product_channel=online&ione_merchant_id=7229971&ione_product_country=US&ione_product_language=en&gclid=CKz9nM63-MMCFcZafgodmnkAWQ

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