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Tuesday, April 07, 2009

WW#76 – No guns

 
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At the hospital I’m workingEn el hospital donde estoy trabajando
 
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At the hotelEn el hotel
 
Sign of the times… / Signo de los tiempos… 
 

24 comments:

  1. I hope that sign is taken seriously, by those that <>do<> carry guns around.Happy WW Gabriel!! :)

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  2. Great sign, and enforceable for anyone *not* carrying a gun.

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  3. Hola, Gabriel.I just came back from a long holiday and I've seen so many signs like that where I went. Indeed, sign of times.< HREF="http://www.sreisaat.blogspot.com" REL="nofollow">Sreisaat Adventures<>

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  4. We do agree with a "no gun" rule in our own places.

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  5. What happens if you are a Police Officer? hehe

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  6. it's a great sign...why carry a gun to a hospital?:D

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  7. Ach it's sad that work places need to put up such signs. Happy WW

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  8. what a pity to the rubber if they want to come in and get the sign. :DLoLBut, I agree with the sign :)Greeting from Indonesiathom.

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  9. Should we all put up the sign.If you get a chance visit my wife's new blog. http://grandmothersdollhouses.com

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  10. Que diferencia con las costumbres de aqui! La mayoria de las puertas tienen un cartel que dice: "Tire"

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  11. We just had an incident in Tulsa where a young boy shot a girl in the chest with a gun. It is supposed to be an accident but they didn't call 911. They just dropped her dead body off at the hospital.

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  12. No es como triste que tengan que hacerse ese tipo de letreros?:(Muy buenas las fotos

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  13. Me encanto el cometario de "el Fafa"..... me he reido demasiado....Esperemos que el signo nos haga ver la realidad y cambiemos.

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  14. It's scary to think that there are people among us who carry guns with them.

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  15. It's an offence for an ordinary citizen who carry guns in Singapore.

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  16. Well, so far we have no need in Canada to have signs like that up, but I am wondering when it will happen....

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  17. Acá lo respetarían tanto como los carteles de velocidad máxima, no arrojar papeles en el suelo, prohibido fumar, etc, etc, etc, etc

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  18. So sad that you need a sign. I'm not sure if it does any good - like JorMig said, people don't even obey the signs that tell them simple things like don't litter or don't smoke in this area - but I guess it's worth a try. On a lighter note, I posted photos from our unusual < HREF="http://littlestuffoflife.blogspot.com/2009/04/camping-in.html" REL="nofollow">camping trip.<> I hope you can stop by!

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  19. Jaja, muy buen comentario el de Fafa!

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  20. Hola! Llegué aqui por tu comentario de Argenautas!! ;-)Sigo pasando!Salu2Thincho

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  21. The only place I swa similar signs was in Panama and and Salavador.Nothing like that in Canada, luckily...

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