This awning was erected not by The Hand of God, but by a different barbershop that was previously located here. The white strip with "THE HAND OF GOD" printed on it in red is simply a decal stuck on top of the earlier establishment's name.
Employing a sophisticated technique that involved standing in front of the awning and staring at it for an exceedingly long time, I was eventually able to make out the name of the original barbershop. While the photo above doesn't appear to reveal much, the image can be manipulated to at least partially expose the former name lurking beneath the current one: Headbangaz.
It's always sad to learn of a death among the rankz of the city'z barberz, but the Bible reminds us that just as the hand of God giveth, The Hand of God taketh away.
I have to admit that I’m very intrigued by your sophisticated technique that allows you to peer through solid materials. I’m guessing that you had to employ some advanced trigonometric formulas involving the sun and the angle of the ecliptic to perform this amazing feat.
Good work fine sir! These extraordinary efforts are appreciated by your readers.
I agree! I also think you need to move on to another area. That one, given the “rent your home”, going onto the freeway, like it or not, and the Deceased Barber, that area is getting a bit outré