The problem I have’s is *Bigfoot* the titchy headed *cardboard cutout* on the road or the much larger far more dramatic *figure*further back t’the left which actu’ly does bear a passing resemblance t’Bigfoot leanin’ t’one side as it clambers over boulders?

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]]>I doubt it is Bigfoot but you need to check your calculations – even though the picture is at an angle you can run a rough estimate an see 3 feet and 12 feet wouldn’t work as length of the white line is 1/3 the distance between the two stripes. Oddly, hairyarse is standing almost exactly in the middle. The width of the lanes approximates the length of the white stripe – three feet is too tiny if its for a two lane road for the width of a vehicle. The body of hairyarse is about the same length as the white stripe but right now I don’t have the inclination to look up Aurora, MN traffic codes to figure this out. Was someone surveying the road?

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Broken lines should consist of 3 m (10 ft) line segments and 9 m (30 ft) gaps, or dimensions in a similar ratio of line segments to gaps as appropriate for traffic speeds and need for delineation.

The figure looks to be as tall as a line. MN could have different regulations. Also, the distance and length of the dividing are probably related to the speed limit. I.e., the faster the limit the bigger the lines and gaps between them.

Have no idea what it is, but to me it kind of looks like a state trooper in a coat and boots.

Paging Dr Rorschach!!

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