I went to the doctor’s office the other day, and there was a sign on the door to the examination rooms requesting that cell phones, etc, be turned off when inside. I took a picture of it with my phone:
The quotation marks make the sign incomprehensible… Do they mean they really don’t want cell phones past that door? Or are they winking at me? Like "no" as in "sure we don’t mind cell phones". Why put "no" in quotation marks? The sign drove me crazy during my 35-minute wait. But I’m over it now. Obviously.