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Oh God, I believe this is fake, but the distance between it and a "real" poster is probably about 10 minutes of editing. Just remove the text at the bottom, and replace the X-ed out pictures with more good examples.


It's clever and pretty subtle. I've seen this poster for the blessing of "asher yatzar", which includes the 200 seconds, the stop and the yield signs, the introduction at the top, quotes. But this is a funny fake.

Rebecca Honig Friedman

If there was any doubt, the quotes at the bottom give away its satirical nature. My favorite part is the "No Horseback-Riding" graphic. Absurd.

Drew Kaplan

The poster was invented as a joke by YU students for a Purim issue of the Hamevasser. (cf)

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