Blockin’ out the scenery, breakin’ my mind / Do this, don’t do that, can’t you read the sign?
Ah, the Boomer anti-establishment. Those were the days.
These days, though – signs are a professional way to provide vital information to customers, guests, employees, workers and others without confusion or too much trouble. Ideal for offices, hotels, retail stores, restaurants, other businesses and organizations – even in in your home for when company comes over – personalized and custom cut signs display only the message you want to impart, anything as custom as Facebook QR codes to WiFi availability warnings, directions, pool rules, today’s menu and more. We even carry premade and readymade signs like No Smoking, No Soliciting, No Trespassing, Open and lavatory signs for Men and Women.
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“Signs” is written by Canadian recording artist Les Emmerson for his group, Five Man Electrical Band, recorded for their second album, “Good-byes and Butterflies” in 1970. And it has a happy ending:
And the sign said, “Everybody welcome, come in, kneel down and pray”
But when they passed around the plate at the end of it all
I didn’t have a penny to pay
So, I got me a pen and a paper and I made up my own little sign
I said, “Thank you, Lord, for thinkin’ ’bout me, I’m alive and doin’ fine.”