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Air show and Panama

The Blue Angels were pretty darn cool:

[Blue Angels]

On the road outside Patrick Air Force Base:

[Low Flying Planes sign]

Now take a look at this:

[DayGlo Camouflage]

It's camouflage.... covered in DayGlo!

Camouflage... DayGlo!

Camouflage .............. DayGlo!

I found that very amusing.

From Orlando International Airport:

[Citizen vs. Soldier]

Note how these people are smiling when they're citizens and no longer smiling when they're soldiers. :P

From the tour bus at Kennedy Space Center:

[Kneeling Bus sign]

Oh, how I love warning signs. :)

The following are from Panama.

[Flammable, inflamable, inflammable sign]

Why oh why did this sign have to be in three different languages? Is anyone on this planet really going to understand one of those three big words but not the other two?! (Especially since they could just as easily have used "Inflammable" for the English version as well!)

No comment on this one:

[Radio Maria]

From just outside Jenny's house:

[Palm tree sunset]

A neighborhood kid playing baseball with a stick:

[Kid playing baseball]

And finally, look what's invaded Panama! This is from a country fair I went to. I might also note that there were no Chinese people at the stand this sign pointed to:

[Bienvenido Feng Shui sign]

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LEAVE THIS FIELD BLANK. IT IS HERE TO TRAP ROBOTS.

LEAVE THIS FIELD BLANK. IT IS HERE TO TRAP ROBOTS.

LEAVE THIS FIELD BLANK. IT IS HERE TO TRAP ROBOTS.

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