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wow...three dozen! lol
A wonderful picture. I like it a lot.The humour of the vast sales tally adds a perplexing twist. (You didn't add that yourself, did you?)Lucy
Where is the sales pitch of "over three dozen sold"? I guess that business didn't last long.
I've driven by there many times but have yet to get my first burger there. It looks like a good burger place.
A fine composition in may ways, and it also makes me hungry :-)
The composition is great, especially with the pickup truck, another US symbole (unofficial, but still!).Love the tagline, reference to McDonalds' I guess. These old-fashioned places tend to make the best burgers.
Well, at least they can't be accused of exaggerating their sales!
That's the type of self-affacing humor that would make me go straight in there and buy the biggest burger they sell.
very good!and nice to see at least one vehicle in the parking lot.
with that secnse of humour i'd go get inside and grab me one.
I love the sign and photo. It reminds me of McDonald's early days.
This sign is full of the charm of the old fashioned burger place. I would certainly give it a try if I were riding by. Love your photo of it.
hmmm their humberger must be yummy :-) MY SIGN,SIGN HERE hope you can visit
The owner has a sense of humor. I think it would be a hoot to meet up with him.
Ty's has been there a long time. Back when McDonalds was signing X million sold Ty put this up on the side of his store. Initially it said "2 dozen sold". Later he updated it to 3 dozen. A nice little dig at a very ambitious hamburger corporation.
Anything old fashioned cooking I so love!Signs
Fun sign... three dozen sold... :-D
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