Nice one (4 Feb, 2013) Reply
I notice there are no tire tracks...
Misprint (4 Feb, 2013)
It's really Drive-By Prayer.
Pastor Bob (4 Feb, 2013)
I tried Drive By Prayer once. Ended up in a ditch.
Jesus (4 Feb, 2013)
I hold your car up on my shoulders (see my sandal prints)
Mister (4 Feb, 2013) Reply
Wow that is right by my house never thought I’d see it here.
Cynical Sam (4 Feb, 2013)
Y u no share then?
Zombie (4 Feb, 2013) Reply
Springville? Am I right?
Keggar (4 Feb, 2013) Reply
That is defiantly the Wasatch mountains in Utah. The prettiest part of the rockies. Sorry Colorado. You loose.
Enter 339 here: (5 Feb, 2013)
I always thought the Wasatch Mountains were more passive-aggressive than defiant.
Colorado (6 Feb, 2013)
I dunno, Utah - you got a nasty case of mormons.
...Y'know - a little education'll clear that right up.
Hiddnfox (4 Feb, 2013) Reply
OMG that really IS Utah! And here I was just expecting your average run-of-the-mill Mormon jokes...
What?! (4 Feb, 2013) Reply
Why no more Tuesdays 5PM to 7PM?
Mephistopheles (5 Feb, 2013) Reply
The snow and mountains looks the same as here, but the sign screams America. I`m really happy that we managed to export almost the whole God Squad over there, we sure don`t miss them here.
Pixelated Pope (5 Feb, 2013) Reply
Being that this sign has nothing to do with the local dominant religion (mormons), I'm guessing this could happen any number of places... most likely the bible belt (minus the snow, obviously). Drive Thru Prayer makes literally no sense for the LDS religion.
Source: Utahn, former Mormon (20 years, clean for 10).
Confused (3 Dec, 2013) Reply
I don't get it, why would there only be a Little Caesars' in Utah?