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This is what we found when we opened the sign up.  Can't fix stupid !Resized_20190528_153136.thumb.jpeg.c7cd8969709897039f40a0502f715427.jpegResized_20190528_153123.thumb.jpeg.f8d11f234dbab9c5372278eeb0b269f2.jpeg

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OMG!

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I'm apPAULled by the small and unfit drain holes!!!!


You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life. - Winston Churchill

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this is the stuff that keeps me coming back to this site. How inspirational 

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Now let's not be too hasty to pass judgement.   I mean, after all they DID use wire nuts to make the electrical connections.   And that electrical tape was probably UL listed as well.   The mold, well they intentionally must have made the drain holes smaller because those bulbs need the added warmth that only mold insulation can provide.   You just interrupted the molds natural growth cycle!   Mold is a natural, renewable resource whose manufacture has little or no carbon footprint.   Plus they decided to save landfill space by leaving the neon posts in place as well. 

 

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Oh that is so funny.  My wife heard me laughing and wondered why.  I showed her the pics.  She says who would do that?  Idiots! 

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Holy Heavens!  Just when you think you have seen it all you come to the wonderful Sign Syndicate and see this.  Did a sign company actually do this??  I had a customer call me last year because his sign caught on fire.  The reason it caught on fire is because it was built out of 2 x 4s and press board with red vinyl holding the "face" on!  I think I may have posted a picture of it back then.  Can't find the picture right this minute.  Then there is this jewel they found a while back.  The customer just could not understand why there were so many dark spots in the2019-06-20_111055.thumb.jpg.ff1b7ee3b4344345e240cecc80a4062e.jpg faces.  It had never been like that before the last "service"!  LOL

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On 6/1/2019 at 7:28 PM, imanut said:

Oh that is so funny.  My wife heard me laughing and wondered why.  I showed her the pics.  She says who would do that?  Idiots! 

 

Gary;

 

I think you and the other posters are being way too harsh and just not showing appreciation of the Creativity of this repair and the one listed by my friend Angie.

 

These are the times we currently find ourselves navigating...........

 

Peace out

 


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Just my personality showing thru!  Some old Grey farts still appreciate craftsmanship! 

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