CAlViN KlEiN SAMPLE SALE, this sorry store employee ran out of uppercase L's and had to resort to using upper case i's. To make matters worse, it appears the employee was then faced with a shortage of uppercase i's, and was forced to construct his or her own lowercase i's ... so as not to confuse them with the uppercase i's doubling as lowercase L's. WILL THE INSANITY EVER END?
My guess is "no".
Our national nightmare.
This sign is also a candidate for our sister site:
cRiMeS aGaInSt TrAdItIoNaL lAwS oF cApItAlIzAtIoN – bRoUgHt To YoU bY Grammar Police a.k.a. GrammarCops
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