Ed Lynch sent the following letter:

Dear Tom and Ray,

Someday I will write a true letter worthy of an on-air broadcast, but for now....A friend sent me these signs, and some of them made me laugh out loud. I thought they were fitting for a show like yours.

Sign at a car dealership:
The best way to get back on your feet--miss a car payment.

On an electrician's trunk:
Let us remove your shorts.

On a maternity room door:
"PUSH, PUSH, PUSH!"

Optometrist's office: 
If you don't see what you're looking for, you've come to the right place.

On a fence:
Salesmen welcome--dog food is expensive.

Music library:
Bach in a minuet.

Muffler shop:
No appointment necessary--we'll hear you coming.

Podiatrist's window:
Time wounds all heels.

Maternity clothes shop:
We are open on labor day.

In Urbana, Illinois:
NO PARKING ON THE SIDE OF VILLAGE STREETS WITH EVEN ADDRESSES ON ODD-NUMBERED DAYS OR ODD-NUMBERED ADDRESSES ON EVEN-NUMBERED DAYS EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE DESIGNATED. A DAY BEGINS AT 6 PM THE PRECEDING DAY.

Near APO San Francisco:
EXIT 38 -- Goodwill Rd.-- Ammunition Plant 1 Mile.