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What Does this Mean?

By handlerstudio  
Years ago, in my first marriage, my (not yet) wife and I were driving through Danville Virginia, along the Dan River to her family's Christmas in North Carolina, and we saw this body shop, with this sign. I had no idea then what it means, and still no idea. Nor did I have film in my camera, so we had to come back the same way on the way home so I could get this photo. One of not too many of my many film images that I have scanned.

Tags: Photo journalism Landscape and travel Humour and fun

Voters: S_Psharma, Cookie_Monster, prabhusinha and 11 more

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S_Psharma 4 1 India
1 Nov 2013 4:00AM
Interesting and beautiful picture.

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Praise God even though your car needs repair? Or even though the house seems to be sinking.
Fun photo either way.
1 Nov 2013 6:08AM
May be a car repairing shop. Mainly work out post accident vehicles. The other poster for those who still survive to get repair job done,May "praise God anyhow"
1 Nov 2013 6:09AM
House is on a slope .
Mollycat Plus
3 11 2 United Kingdom
1 Nov 2013 6:52AM
Going down hill fast. God needs to put the breaks on. Interesting image PeterGrinPeter.
ColleenA Plus
4 319 4 Australia
1 Nov 2013 7:40AM
Yeah it's a car body repair shop ie....panel beater and he is obviously religious and the sign says praise God anyway you see fit...maybe I am too logical in my thinking...thanks for sharing
morpheus1955 9 3 2 United Kingdom
1 Nov 2013 9:02AM
Cracking shot, well spotted and captured

dudler Plus
13 463 879 England
1 Nov 2013 10:02AM
"At all times, and in all places" - I'm with Cookie Monster on this - though Colleen also has a point.

The music director at church says that God hears the praise rather than the wrong notes... Though the vicar hears both, I think.
achieverswales 6 8 101 Wales
1 Nov 2013 11:15AM
Think the sign is there for when you get the bill Peter.


taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
1 Nov 2013 12:26PM
Well, all of the above is probably correct, but having had some experience with Va. and Western NC-- I rather think it is part of their dialect--One needs a translator at times.....
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
2 Nov 2013 12:55AM
Strange indeed.
Interesting shot (and shop !!)
2 Nov 2013 2:10AM
Interesting and beautiful image, great work!
11 Nov 2013 1:18PM
Great Americana!

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