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From Computing magazine, 18th April…

London pride

Gavin Asthills might have spotted an automatic sign warning of an event on a different road 50 miles away, but that’s nothing, says David Artiss.
‘I was travelling south on the M1 and, around junction 28, was told on repeated signs about a closed junction on the M25. Now, I know that most Londoners feel the universe revolves around them, but this is ridiculous. Is the idea that anyone travelling south must be going to London?’
By the way, junction 28 is near Alfreton, some 120 miles north of London. Can anyone beat this electronic sign for irrelevance?

http://www.computing.co.uk/ctg/backbytes-blog/1864937/london-pride