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    Full String to Stop


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     While riding a jeepney, a Jeep converted into an artful means of transportation, in his hometown of Parañaque City, Philippines, Antonio Lorenzo Regondola spotted a sign that he had to photograph. “Full string to stop,” it read. “As soon as I saw it, I tried to contain my laughter,” said the 21-year-old journalism student. He quietly photographed it and uploaded it online when he got home. Regondola says bad grammar really gets to him, unless the error was made by someone who is a non-native English speaker.
    - zdan, CNN iReport producer

    Some jeepneys in the Philippines have strings the passenger has to pull to signal the driver to stop, and give the passenger the chance to alight.
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