, I thought you were referring to the "meaning" of the recycling logo and the "reading" of the recycling logo
until I saw this and realised there was a roundabout discussion of the bidirectional writing:
DrSamCarter wrote:The two signs on the recycling bin are not identical. It would appear that one may be a reflection of the other. Perhaps the sign-making machine suffered a glitch. Perhaps protoBeanish can be read in either direction. Perhaps it says "This sign is reversible".
Here is a vehicle used by China Post at a railway station:
The door on the far side is open, and says "CHINA POST / 中国邮政
", and on the near side "TSOP ANIHC / 政邮国中
", because in Chinese things on the sides of vehicles are written front-to-back. The logo is reversed but the individual glyphs (Chinese and Roman) are not…@balthasar_s
, Thanks for the links to your older photos and things. I've fixed the PWr abbreviation. I kind of think that the recycling box recycles things by sending them back in time. — mrob27