Well, lets see. YOu are in communication with your code inspector, so you
post a question on a usenet board.
If you had a flat tire, would you take a wrench and start to loosen the
bolts around the carburetor?
Put the EGGZIT sign on the door and put the EXIT sign in the space above the
door. If it is dark and the lights go out the EXIT will light the way and
during normal use your customers can appreciate your humor.
About the time I had mastered getting the toothpaste back in the tube, then
Speaking of EXIT humor, I am reminded of the EXIT sign that P. T. Barnum had
in one of his exotic exhibits. After paying their way, and looking at some
of the strange and far out exhibits that were in the room, there was a door
which had a sign over it that read: THIS WAY TO THE EGRESS. Eager to see
some more strange and provocative sights, and not realizing what EGRESS was,
they would open the door and go out, only to find that they had exited the
room. If they wanted to go back in, they had to go around to the front and
pay to get back in again.
On Tue, 26 Apr 2005 22:55:53 -0500, snipped-for-privacy@AmericaOnline.com
Personally, since eveyone knows what the sign means, (there is an exit
here), maybe it could have a calming message for those looking to exit
fast. Maybe "DON'T PANIC!"
tom @ www.WorkAtHomePlans.com
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