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The I's Have It

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Our pallie Mike over at Franklin Avenue has discovered something that he likes but LAist doesn't -- new signs, new font, and a new way to write I's... with a dot on them.

Whisky Tango Foxtrot!

Why must people insist on changing things for no good reason?

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Anyway, if you head over to Franklin Avenue you will see a progression of various LA street signs, including the new design that LAist gives thumbs down to.

photo via Franklin Ave

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