Weird. It's like a sign for the sake of a sign. Why not just affix a Welcome sign to the wall? Who's moving it all over the place anyway?
I love that it is a welcome sign, but that fact gets all but lost after the setting of rules and the thanking you for (maybe) following those rules. Oh ya - and welcome too...
although it is in the same format as the signature of a letter, it appears that they are thanking someone named Management. Interesting. (perhaps because there would not have been enough room on the sign to fit Management on the same line anyway?) hmm... maybe the sign refers to itself! That would be strange. Because its own absence would render it irrelevant.
"Do not" remove what? Do they mean "don't mentally remove yourself"? I guess it's important to stay ever-present while at the microcenter.
"Remove" has in the past functioned as an intransive verb -- meaning the sign could be (sort of) instructing you not to leave. But I agree that it is very creepy welcome that says you can never leave. Mwahahaha!
Sorry, that is supposed to be "intransitive."
Dear Giants, King Kong, and Godzilla,Please do not remove our building from this location if you go on a killing rampage. We like this location.Thanks,Management
that's remove, as in move again. meaning if you move from this location once, they'd rather you not do it again. or go ahead and do it, as they don't seem too clear about what they want you to do or do not.
I think it's stating, "Please do not remove the Micro Center."Or the opposite of that... I'm not sure.
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