Wilkinson County, Ms.
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Oh, no. It's like an oxymoron.ReplyDelete
What is that!ReplyDelete
My parents and I went to Mississippi ten years ago. We were trying to find where my dad's people lived. We found it. It was next to this shot-up stop sign.Delete
Ha!!! We see that on country roads around here too.ReplyDelete
I've seen shot-up stop signs, but I've never seen one quite so shot-up. And here, apparently, are where my people are from.Delete
Wow, "interesting" (and bored) people live there now! Can I ask what part of Mississippi is it? I lived in Hattiesburg for four years -- Southern Miss Music Department Class of '80 represent! :)ReplyDelete
It's in Wilkinson County in Mississippi. It's very rural.Delete
Look like they shoot everything round thereReplyDelete
Yes, it does.Delete
Uhm, wow. It is interesting what you found when searching your roots.ReplyDelete
A little sad.Delete
Yes, and odd.Delete
Wow. That sign is really shot-up. Never seen one. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
It was quite the common site around my dad's people's someplace.Delete
Like some bizarre braille!ReplyDelete
Made me glad we didn't still live there.Delete
I've never seen anything like that. They were serious!ReplyDelete
It was certainly something new to me.Delete
Wow. We're not allowed to carry guns here and I've never seen damage like that before.ReplyDelete
Hi! Nice capture. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Ohhh, it didn't stop them...!ReplyDelete