Monday, February 13, 2017

Sarah Silverman:Twat!






It perhaps stands to reason that the loudest and most pugnacious Hollywood #NeverTrumpers are also the dumbest.  Today's prize winner: Sarah Silverman finds surveyor marks on the sidewalk and goes into full Nazi screech.

7 comments:

Richard Watson said...

Don't think that's a surveyor's mark. More likely underground cable of some sort.

Stu Tarlowe said...

Einstein said, "The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits."

Rodger the Real King of France said...

Richard Watson: Which would be a surveyor
mark...oui?

Anonymous said...

Wasn't there a story not too long ago about a school making a deaf boy change how he signed his name because it looked like "a gun"?

It's the fault of the workers for having a symbol too close to being Nazi. They will be forced to change it.

-Reverend Jim

Jess said...

I place many marks on paving for different reasons, but usually, when I place a temporary benchmark, I place a spot of paint, circle the mark, place an "X" inside the circle and write the words TBM with an elevation.

One thing I never do is write inside an ADA ramp, which the truncated domes indicate. People that examine such things usually either have a heart attack, or are constipated for a week, when they find a curb ramp is defaced.

If I had to venture a guess for the reason of the "X", I'd say the ramp is condemned, for whatever reason the ADA Nazis feel is indicated, and it's slated for removal.

Another thing, orange is only used to mark electrical, or telecommunications. Sometimes, and x in orange may indicate the locator found no underground utilities and the site is clear for excavation.

Anonymous said...

waitin' for her head to assplode when she sees "USA" written on the road!

e~C

Richard Watson said...

Rodge, I used to work as a utility locator. I don't recall surveyors using paint. They used stakes to mark a point.

Orange is used for communication (phone, cable TV). We didn't use that particular mark, but something similar. Probably indicates a fiber optic line.

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