Here’s your sign

Found a picture on the Internet the other day, and it made me think of you. Well, kinda. Let me explain.

Here’s the part of that image that was of most interest:

[Click the image to see the full original, in context, apparently in the window of a shop in Idaho Springs, Colorado.]

Now you see why I thought of you.

No, I’m not calling you a hippie. I thought of you, because I thought this is a sign that you could use. Or, that we could use here at IMAO.

So, I’m asking you: How could we use this sign at IMAO? Or, how could you use this sign? What do you think, sirs?

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  1. I have this sign sitting on the mantle of my fireplace. My brother bought it for my some place – I think at some museum gift shop in D.C.

    I like the sign almost as much as my “I ♣ hippies” t-shirt.


  2. @Jimmy, eew, hippie boobies.

    The most fun is when they get to a picture of the side door, a sign tells them to use the other door. There are consequences. I now have a mass group of hippies wandering around looking for the other door. The stench is starting to overcome the pleasant morgue odor.


  3. Harvey, please don’t forget us ma’ams (babes, dolls, skirts et al) All I’d like to add is “Hippies use side door…….Don’t let the screen door hit you on the way out.”
    Or “Hippies use side door…………to the bath house”.
    Either could be posted as a second banner under the “Unfair, unbalanced, unmedicated.”


  4. Harvey, it just goes to show that when I don’t act like a know-it-all smartass and instead act all polite they think I’m you.

    (Then again, there is the behind-the-scenes story behind the origins of this post that actually says it all.)



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