Wednesday, May 26, 2010


BANZAI7 NEWS--A recent article on delves into the possibility of designing a more efficacious STOP sign:

"In reality, the design of the stop sign, however seemingly settled, is not necessarily ideal. In 1998, for example, there were more than 700,000 crashes at intersections marked—or "controlled," as engineers say—by stop signs. More than 3,000 of these were fatal.

We don't know what the fatality numbers would look like if modern stop signs were replaced by something else or taken out altogether, but the fact that the sign is at least indirectly implicated in several thousand deaths and hundreds of thousands of injuries every year suggests that traffic engineers should at least look into improving, or replacing, the device."

Scientists of the BANZAI7 INSTITUTE for a safer planet have discovered that optimal STOP sign design is gender specific. Field tests have confirmed that the following designs would improve STOP sign safety exponentially.
More on STOP signs: here.


  1. What is the right stop sign for the people who are fucking the world economy?

  2. That's easy, it looks like this $$$