Monday, April 03, 2006

Is that the best they can say about it?


Still, I wouldn't want them kept in my hometown either!

[Spotted and submitted by Clare Beaumont]

And, before I get flamed: Vancouver is a great city, I enjoyed my time there.

8 comments:

Marina said...

So funny, yet good to know for traveling purposes!

lokh2pati said...

hahaha and proud of it!

Craig C said...

I don't think thumbing your nose at your neighbors is all that wise. Especially considering North Korea isn't all that far away.

Alex said...

Lol that is pretty funny.

I guess in WW3, you just stand under that sign :)

R2K

SpikeLiz said...

This might be kind of helpful for all of the people that visit in 2010 for the Olympics. hmm... why do I see visions of the Cold War? lol

Anonymous said...

Ha - where I grew up in London, UK, all the signs locally said "A nuclear free borough" - never mind that it was the most heavily targetted site for Soviet ICBMs in Britain!

Hat Girl said...

I live in Vancouver, and this sign is hysterical. They are doing things to get ready for the 2010 Olympics. I'm sure that will hit the wallets of the tax payers hard.

deer said...

they put up uber fancy new sign last week where this one used to be, highlight the 2010 theme of rain pride. i'd rather be proud of being nuclear free. yah taxes!!!