Signs of the Times: “Sorry, Christ the Redeemer, You are not Authorized”

© Stephanie Glaser

© Stephanie Glaser

Ski Cooper, Colorado. When I first saw this sign, I immediately thought of the famous Christ the Redeemer (Cristo Redentor) statue in Rio de Janeiro. Really, the sign, I believe, is meant to say children or babies are not allowed. Then, I thought how would a baby even walk over there and open the door in the first place.

© Cyro A. Silva

© Cyro A. Silva

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4 thoughts on “Signs of the Times: “Sorry, Christ the Redeemer, You are not Authorized”

    • Love those signs!! In fact, I have one from “It’s a Small World” at Disneyland that I want to post with some other jamming stick figures! Thanks so much for the comment! Cheers

  1. I love this. I have some funny sign pictures I took in Scandinavia. One of them has a picture of an adult and child holding hands with the big old circle and slash. I thought, “No hand holding allowed?”

    • Thanks, Terri! I know — I love stick figure signs. There are so many ways to misinterpret them since they are often so vague. I would love to see the Scandinavian one! Cheers.

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