Vance Lauderdale Sees Signs 

For reasons that only my team of highly paid psychiatrists, psychologists, venipuncturists, and ventriloquists can explain, I've always found these dire warning signs amusing. Not because of what happens to the people (if you can really call these "people"), but by the sort of noncommittal, unemotional way these tragedies are depicted ...

Historical guru Vance Lauderdale takes on warning signs and other interesting subjects at his Memphis magazine blog.

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