Friday, October 14, 2011

They raise 'em tough in Texas...

Seen at a highway rest stop between Amarillo and Itchy Paw Falls:

11 comments:

Bubblehead Les. said...

So if a kid gets bit while playing on the Jungle Gym, the "Rest Stop Monitor" can watch it happen, that is if he's not texting to his Girlfriend? Sure you weren't in the place where Great Britain used to be?

Tam said...

I believe the "video monitoring" sign is an attempt to deter other frequent rest stop activities.

Ambulance Driver said...

"Highway rest stops are the bath houses of the 90's for many, many gay men..."

Anonymous said...

Really?

What would they being doing with a child's chimbing gym...

Nevermind, forget I asked. I don't want to know.

Anonymous said...

Why are Texans giving cameras to snakes?

Just how would a snake operate a video camera?

Shootin' Buddy

Woodman said...

Gay men and teenagers with no handy overlooks nearby.



WV: Mandepr... I'll take the fifth on this one.

Brigid said...

Rattlesnakes with video cameras. I can see the YouTube now "here's where I jumped up and bit that fat guy on the ass".

Mark said...

The reststop by me doesn't say rattle snakes it just says snakes. Because there is rattle snakes, coral snakes, and a whole host of other snakes.

Jeffro said...

Dodging snakes while on the way to the can is a natural laxative. Bonus!

Oh, and those particular rest areas also have Algore's Innernets piped in wirelessly, too.

Brian J. said...

I thought maybe it was a warning along the likes of, "Hey, dude, seriously: watch for the snakes. If not for your own safety, because you know we're gonna put it on YouTube."

Lewis said...

Hey, I like that rest stop. I've stopped there (to stretch my legs and take the pause that refreshes) many a time bouncing between Houston and Amarillo. Never seen any guys in trenchcoats, though. (Have spotted a rattler or two.)