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November 8, 2004 12:01 AM
Broken: Home Depot exit (Silver Spring, MD)
The Home Depot store in Silver Spring, MD (near Washington, D.C.) has signs that point to the way for you to exit the parking lot. The sign is trying to say, "This is the way to exit." Instead, what happens is people drive up, see the sign, can't figure out what they're supposed to do, get confused, and end up incorrectly exiting the parking lot via the entrance, where other cars are coming in.
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