Skateboards are prohibited, no matter how snazzy they look. Still having a hard time wrapping my head around why it would be important to ban skateboards in a movie theater. Thanks a lot, one guy who rode down the aisle back in 1981, based on the skateboard depicted.
I have a half-assed collection of (photos of) “No Skateboarding” signs that I have been accumulating over the years, but I haven’t doe anything with them yet. I accidentally stumbled on MySecuritySigns.com which has a surprisingly wide variety of ways in which you can say no. They also sell signs for skateparks as well, with helmet rules, skate at your own risk, etc… But the adversarial choices are much broader. There’s even a helpful little section on liability. You need more signs.
I saw this little gem behind the outlet malls in Lincoln City, Oregon this weekend. Now I’m only disappointed in myself that I didn’t investigate how easy it would have been to add this to the permanent Kilwag collection. But then again, not the sort of thing you’d want to do with a sleeping toddler in the car. This might be my favorite no skateboarding sign of all times. You have to dig the no nonsense approach. Click to enlarge.
UPDATE: just added another beauty of a sign from the same location, from reader John Drummond.