Tuesday, January 31, 2017

NO LOITERING

Waterbury, Connecticut


4 comments:

Mike Rosiak said...

Why do I want to place a comma after 'police'?

Carl Weese said...

English Major?

Mike Rosiak said...

Well, the original is a declarative sentence, and my comma makes it an imperative one.

"Eats, Shoots and Leaves" - published about 2004 - kind of played with punctuation.

No, not an English Major - just someone who can geek out about almost anything.

richardplondon said...

With the comma: this would be a reminder to police that while people in general should not loiter here, this applies particularly to them...

"No loitering - police, this means you" (grin)