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"I did not go to school in the US, so I'm not too familiar with the long division notation used here on my daughter's flash cards," writes Tore A. Klock, "but I'm pretty sure the division by zero rule is universal."
"I can't say I've seen a worse traffic design pattern," writes Paul Jacobs, "this is taken from inside a parking structure, on a ramp between levels. There's no sign for people coming from the right telling them what to do... though given the quality of the sign shown here they are probably better off."
"I found this on a gas station pump in Woodbury, MN," writes Greg Case.
"I was presented with this screen while taking a survey related to a recent Avis rental," Joe wrote, "this 'intro' screen was followed by five or six additional screens, where you could choose your 'Mannekin' for each response."