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Charles Marshburn: A question of greater missions

About: George Kolbenschlag: NO THROUGH TRUCK TRAFFIC signs

Charles Marshburn writes from bucolic Greater Gadberry, KY
Hold On! Herr Kolbenschlag is treading in dangerous waters! Is he saying that traffic signs and signals have a greater mission than beautification? Ticketing? - Charles Marshburn
Which is more important? Or are they in any way mutually exclusive. Truth is, from a wise, wizened and withering ancient, if we have the first two items George Kolbenschlag suggests, we might not have to have the ticketing. If this issue simply can't be settled peaceably, it can be honorably by arm wrestling, but of a weekday, not on anybody's Sabbath. - Herr Ed



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