April 5, 2005
An interesting spot in Minneapolis to post a yellow arrow lies at the intersection of Riverside Avenue and East Franklin Avenue in the Seward neighborhood. At this intersection, one can find a building that is currently under renovation. Until recently, it had been a brake shop, but it is now becoming a store which will sell fireplaces and other heating units. A very noticeable remnant remains from the building’s days as an automotive shop - the front window displays a painting of a dog screeching to a halt as it nears a cat which has bared its claws in self-protection. Along with this picture used to be the words, “If you can’t stop like this, you better see us!” Now these words are gone, so a passerby is left to wonder what this comic illustration has to do with fireplaces and gas burning stoves.
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