Interesting sign--not sure if I'd be inspired to trust by it, but it is interesting. :-D Ncie capture.
Uh, yeah, this looks like a blueprint for disaster...
It looks as though they put together some mighty sturdy structures at that.
This is funny. Maybe they have let the sign bcome crooked because they are spending all of their time inside making their blueprints perfect.
I think I'll look for a designer that can deliver text in a straight line -:))
Louis is right!! Help the letters are falling off. MB
One would hope they would be more attentive to detail in their building projects...but the sign does not bode well! LOL!
ben pour moi, cela sera "or not" ;o)
Interesting and great Shot Jacob !! Simply fantastic !!
this panel does not show us something solid
Love old signs. Ah, the Florida of yesteryear!JanGDP
Maybe it's not a great idea: it seems that they have some problem with straight lines...
Whoops....I think they'd better straighten their sign! Ha, ha--cool catch.
I was unaware these places were still around. I have to get out more.
They are creative, it's a beautiful sign or logo?Anyway it's modern!Léia
They look like a creative outfit. I hope not too creative.
It seems they do a little (alcoholic) drinking on the job, non? Maybe it's hard to find good help in Ocala? They say some residents, especially photographers, aren't very bright, non?!
If they did that on purpose, I like it! If not, I would probably pass.
Yeah. I'm gonna go with not...
A funny picture. Nice to see your sense of humor. It's been a while since I have made the rounds to my fellow bloggers. The past few weeks have been very busy as I prepare to leave for St. Lucia in the Caribbean. Hope all is well with you Jacob. I look forward to more photos.
They need to fix their sign first!
I like the sign ...
Can you show us some of the houses they've designed?
I'm sure they didn't make the crooked letters on purpose, but if they did, good way to get some attendion, lol.
Are they architects?
Thank you for the answer on my blog. I had forgotten the meaning of blueprint. We call them "plans" I think. I wonder why they are called blueprints.....
@ Halcyon - I was just trying to be funny. I'm sure they don't design houses, just provide blueprints.
Blueprints 'cause plans and schematics used to be blue, due to some ancient copying process. Now they are printed out on the computer. I think these people may have a very, very old printer. Steam powered, perhaps?
Probably not. The letters on the sign look a little wonky, making my trust feel a bit shaky.
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