Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 05/13/2012


Photo taken on December 23, 2010



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Photo replaced on September  7, 2013
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A message from the dead of the city of South Shore, Kentucky.

A message from the dead of the city of South Shore, Kentucky.
Move quickly along and DO NOT DO NOT DO NOT spend a bunch of your life's precious time trying to figure out what it says, neither at the physical site nor upon the internet.

The bottom word is probably RESTAURANT, even though the letters where the AU would be look nothing like AU... But DO NOT think about it; it is not a puzzle worth solving.

There are tons of waaaay more important things and people and ideas than this that get lost to history all the time. Let it happen!

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In downtown South Shore, Kentucky, on December 23rd, 2010, at the southwest corner of Main Street (Kentucky Route 7) and James E. Hannah Drive.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
GT3911.A2 Brick wall signs—United States—Pictorial works.
TA432 Bricks—Painting—Pictorial works.
NA6212 Commercial buildings—United States—Pictorial works.
F459.S59 South Shore (Ky.)—Pictorial works.

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Art & Architecture Thesaurus term:
racks (supporting devices)

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