Tin man lobbied for this act…

Tin man lobbied for this act…

posted on 27 Jan 2009 in Signs

 

Photo courtesy of Travis Browne.
Found at Aeon Shopping Center in Narita, Japan. 

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staplerman
staplerman
11 years ago

you don’t like Ministry of Land when he’s angry!

beechoak
beechoak
11 years ago

The Heart Building is gentle… unlike the Suck, Ho Building which has mysteriously disappeared…

dangevin
11 years ago

Looks like they forbid photography, smoking, and witches. Filthy habit, witchery.

Eric G
Eric G
11 years ago

Funds ran a little short from from the “heart building” act Timmy. We gave you a heart, but no aorta. Goodbye.

dangevin
11 years ago

I can’t figure out the floor plan to this mall, it’s all atriums and ventricles.

ChillinCharlie
ChillinCharlie
11 years ago

Apparently the Flying Monkey’s are incharge of the Ministry of Land infrastructure and Transport.

Grifter
Grifter
11 years ago

Prease, be gently. I have a bad heart

Someone205
Someone205
11 years ago

Now that’s a good ministry. Instead of only thinking about money, they build a shopping centre just to be gently.

Eric G
Eric G
11 years ago

Watch out of the Land of Ministry leans too far to the left, that heart might start bleeding.

Lollerskate
Lollerskate
11 years ago

Now even building demands happy!

Mark A
Mark A
11 years ago

Prease, God Bress the Ministly of Rand for buirding this Gentry Mall.

Alix
Alix
11 years ago

The heart building act is much better for the land than the liver destroying act, but it is clearly not as popular.

Sparkly Boof
Sparkly Boof
11 years ago

Pay no attention to the completely inept interpreter behind the curtain.

a kittah
a kittah
11 years ago

apparently, they don’t want people taking pictures of the signs or wearing a hat while looking at the signs.

Dominic Small
Dominic Small
11 years ago

It’s just good to see a qualified building. I hate unqualified buildings…

Ghost08
Ghost08
11 years ago

so we are checking our inventory and we are checking it twice–no blood pumpers are going missing on our watch

Eldwulf
Eldwulf
11 years ago

Apparently there is such a law, and the name is correct (one wonders why they use the English word for “heart” rather than the Japanese). It appears that the law governs building accessibility for the elderly and handicapped.

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