A photo of a sign taken in Boston. What is it? Do you know?
I spotted this sign yesterday outside a Home Depot in Rockland, Maine: You read that right: “Spring Black Friday” will be held on all days of the week, over eleven days beginning on a Thursday and ending on a Sunday. And whereas “Black Friday” refers
As we get close to Election Day 2014, can I ask everyone to join in the chorus. Sing with me: “the opposition stole my sign!” When the Belgrade Maine Republican Committee noticed one of its campaign signs was missing this month, it jumped on the
Even out of full context, this sign by the side of the road in rural inland Maine is historically striking to me. In full context, the shift it represents is even more striking:
Seen at a local farmer’s market this weekend. Take one. Try one. Good luck.
Oh, I’ve been wanting to do that for a long time. Now that I’ve done the deed, I can’t shake the feeling that I’m closer to insufferable than the sign ever was.
The promise that “Giving is Sowing and God Promises a Harvest!” met me on my way to work this morning, and it got me to thinking. My first thought was of the so-called “Prosperity Gospel,” which asks followers of a church to give money to
I certainly intend to comply. If you do it out of order, who knows what might happen.
Help me understand this reasoning of this sign, which surely hopes to accomplish something as it’s read on the street. I just can’t figure out what. What does this declaration communicate to someone who is already a Christian other than a recapitulation of what Christians