So is this WHEN loitering stops OR are these normal working hours . . .
you guessed it right. we have these here and the homeless are allowed to loiter all day, but not during the night. as in sleeping in public places, our library is crammed with homeless during the times it is open. inside and out
Great sign! So whose "Normal Working Hours" are they referring to? That leaves a lot to interpretation.
LOL. I think that sign is way too open to interpretation. Of course, if they tried to explain what they mean, it may take four or five signs.
Hard to tell really :-)So it is allowed to loiting during normal working hours then? :-)
Well, it's state workers, and they don't want them loitering--oops, working after their normal working hours.
It would be better to have said 'get the hell out of here' ... everyone understands that!
That is a very long night shift. Why would you loiter after all those hours at work? That sign needs looking at. Get it? Sign? Looking at? Never mind. I'll get my coat!
Ha! Great sign. Only daytime loitering allowed...
Or what?They shoot you?Take you to that nice warm cozy jail and feed you? So glad we don't have signs like this around here.
We have similar signs around Roanoke, but they are not frequent. One of my favorites said "no stopping" but was next to a stop sign.
A very curious sign, but I guess Sandra explained it.
A strange sign indeed ! One of my favorite things is finding signs that can be read two or three different ways.
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