A sign for the seniors

Someone posted this sign near Casa de Mañana. Photo: Courtesy

Light reader Rich Rinaldi sent in this photo of a street sign that was put up in front Casa de Mañana at the corner of Eads Avenue and South Coast Boulevard.

He said he doesn’t “know who put it up but it has caused a bit of hilarity with people stopping by to take pictures. I do know that people speed past this intersection and the senior citizens are concerned.”

He said he asked several of the seniors if the sign offended anyone and “they all said heavens no, they thought it was funny and if it slowed down the speeders great.

“Unfortunately,” he added, “the city took it down several days after it went up. Too bad the city doesn’t have a sense of humor. In any case we enjoyed the sign while it was up.”

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