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Friday 30 April 2004 10.12am
On Humphrey Street behind Tesco is a sign for the London cycle network:



How thick does one have to be before you fail to notice this before putting it up? :-)

[ Edited by JH - hope you don't mind... ]
Friday 30 April 2004 10.36am
I noticed the other day that there is a new London Cycle Network sign at the Waterloo Road exit from Waterloo station. Unfortunately it directs people to the 'Southbank'.

The tendency to write South Bank as one word drive me mad (silly, I realise), and I just know that every time I pass by the sign (a couple of times a week at least) it will really irritate me!



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Friday 30 April 2004 11.04am
"Advanced warning" of road closures always leaves me wondering what was wrong with the usual methods of warning.



...there's plenty more c**** in the cup.
Friday 30 April 2004 12.54pm
the ones you get after the event you mean...
Friday 30 April 2004 1.23pm
No. The ones that haven't evolved as much as the advanced ones must have done.



...there's plenty more c**** in the cup.
Friday 30 April 2004 2.54pm
There's also this gem where Waterloo Road meets St. George's Circus:

http://www.aqwr82.dsl.pipex.com/inforcement.JPG (149kb)
Friday 30 April 2004 3.26pm
I'd always imagined that signs were made by hooking up some sort of desktop design package to a big sign printing m/c. And I'd always imagined that a spellcheck function would be included as an essential tool.


Obviously not



...there's plenty more c**** in the cup.
Friday 30 April 2004 4.19pm
Strange. In flat-pack world do you not have the word 'quite'? We do!

Anyway, you would complain about retarded warning.
Friday 30 April 2004 4.39pm
Mapmaker

If you continue to make posts of such crashing snobbery, you will be tried by the people's collective, found guilty of having a taste for walnut chippendale and old chintz, and condemned to hard labour shelf-stacking the aisles of Ikea!
Friday 30 April 2004 4.44pm
I think both our worlds share "quite" mapmaker. Mine doesn't go in for "awfully" much, though.



...there's plenty more c**** in the cup.
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