Ok, exactly what is this sign trying to tell us?

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    Oct 13, 2008 7:37 PM GMT
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  • Delivis

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    Oct 13, 2008 7:39 PM GMT
    Priceless
  • ShawnTX

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    Oct 13, 2008 7:40 PM GMT
    Caslon's house is up the road.
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    Oct 13, 2008 7:46 PM GMT
    Srsly...wtf is that supposed to mean?!?! ... icon_eek.gif
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    Oct 13, 2008 7:49 PM GMT
    it means...people with disabilities shoudnt be riding a horse without ropes and levitation is also forbidden for 150 yds. After the 150 yds the horse will turn in autopilot and you wont need the ropes and if something happens you can always fly away from there

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  • Timbales

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    Oct 13, 2008 7:51 PM GMT
    pony rides for the differently-abled next 150 yards
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    Oct 13, 2008 7:53 PM GMT
    disabled horse-drawn cart driver next 150 yards??? ... icon_confused.gif

    We got any damn amish on here? .. Where's an amish person when you need one?

    Ok, anyone from Lancaster PA....we'll settle for someone from Lancaster. ... icon_rolleyes.gif
  • OptimusMatt

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    Oct 13, 2008 8:34 PM GMT
    Clearly, it's a retarded horse.

    Duh.
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    Oct 13, 2008 8:48 PM GMT
    Common sense tells me to go super slow, cause you don't really know who or what will be taking their time on the road.

    Though part of me wants to side with Timberoo
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    Oct 13, 2008 8:52 PM GMT
    Hmm... I don't know. Maybe, Physically Challenged Amish for the next 150 yards?
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    Oct 13, 2008 8:56 PM GMT
    This does puzzle me. Warning signs about horse-drawn vehicles are common in Amish and Mennonite regions. What is the importance of knowing that the operator is handicapped, if I understand this correctly?

    I have a handicapped PARKING permit (even for my motorcycle), but I've not encountered a vehicle-in-motion handicapped indicator before. Does it mean the the operator might not be able to control the horse? That his wheelchair might fall out of the wagon onto the road?

    What as a motor vehicle driver should I do differently for the next 150 yds? Take pictures?
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    Oct 13, 2008 8:58 PM GMT
    maybe it's amish for the "short" school bus ... icon_wink.gif
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    Oct 13, 2008 9:03 PM GMT
    It means that for the next 150 yards, you will have to yield to horses who will be crossing the road pulling people with bubble butts so large that they can't walk.
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    Oct 13, 2008 9:08 PM GMT
    Warning: Horse-drawn cart of disabled people next 150 yards....and if you upset the cart, they will spill out all over the ground and roll around like potatoes. ... icon_eek.gif ...can I say that? ...is that insensitive? ....hey, I didnt make the sign. Dont shoot the interpreter. ... icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Oct 13, 2008 9:11 PM GMT
    bgcat57 saidIt means that for the next 150 yards, you will have to yield to horses who will be crossing the road pulling people with bubble butts so large that they can't walk.


    hahahahaha
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    Oct 13, 2008 9:14 PM GMT
    bgcat57 saidIt means that for the next 150 yards, you will have to yield to horses who will be crossing the road pulling people with bubble butts so large that they can't walk.


    hahahaha definitely funny!!!
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    Oct 13, 2008 9:27 PM GMT
    Handicapped Amish Crossing...of course!
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    Oct 13, 2008 10:58 PM GMT
    for the next 150 yards handicap people can be lazy and nobody is allowed to call them on it.

    always wheeling around all the time.....
    lazy bastards.
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    Oct 13, 2008 11:01 PM GMT
    jsttennis77 saidHmm... I don't know. Maybe, Physically Challenged Amish for the next 150 yards?



    That's what I was thinking...
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    Oct 13, 2008 11:29 PM GMT
    muchmorethanmuscle saidMaybe it means that the 150 yards is a path shared by horse and carriage and to be careful as to not run them down while you're driving.

    It could be a dirt road commonly used by Amish horse and carriage riders. icon_smile.gif


    Yes, but those signs for horse-drawn vehicles already exist in Amish country, without the wheelchair addition. What special instructions does the wheelchair in the wagon icon give to motor vehicle drivers? How should they react differently compared to when they encounter an ordinary horse-drawn wagon?
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    Oct 14, 2008 1:53 AM GMT
    muchmorethanmuscle saidOh damn...I didn't even realize that in the carriage was a wheelchair-ed person.

    Yikes...I have to be more observant.
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    No, just be more observant to the sense of what is written here. A tough challenge for you, no doubt.
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    Oct 14, 2008 2:30 AM GMT
    bgcat57 saidIt means that for the next 150 yards, you will have to yield to horses who will be crossing the road pulling people with bubble butts so large that they can't walk.


    You saw Wall*E?
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    Oct 18, 2008 12:10 AM GMT
    Maybe something similar to this??
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