I have sort of a love/hate relationship with Facebook; though I am not so excited about catching up on the heat intensity of an old college friend's morning cup of coffee or reading about the naugtiness of a neighbor's eldest child, I do so enjoy finding a gem like the one I did today.  A friend of mine just posted this photo of an actual sign taped to a light pole in his neighborhood. (If the image doesn't appear on the page, please check it out on my blog.)  How deliciously passive aggressive!  After sharing with you, I must go directly to my PowerPoint files and insert this photo into the slideshow for my next Angry Smile training.

Ahhh, the lengths people go to to avoid expressing anger directly...

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