At the top of my street, there's a car wash, the kind that's drive in, self serve and coin operated. Turn the dial to your desired soap and spray combination, put your change in and do the chamois shake.
The car wash has been there as long as I can remember. It sees a lot of action because let's face it, car pride and thriftiness go hand in hand.
Today, I noticed a professionally painted sign on top I hadn't seen before. It says STILL A CAR WASH.
Why would anyone affix that sign to the building when it's function is so singularly determined already?
Am I missing something?
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