Re: The Use of Bandit Signs - Posted by MilNC
Posted by MilNC on March 14, 2000 at 22:33:23:
I agree with you basically, re the karma…but depends on your town.
I see signs from time to time, but I live in a small
town, and there aren’t really big signs, either. The bandit signs are small, few, far bewteen.
I tend not to take them seriously, because they will
say something like LOSE WEIGHT NOW 555-xxxx.
But perhaps RE signs in the right neighborhood at the
I think the printing should be large enough to read so you don’t have to strain to see or block traffic,
posted at the right angle and where a person would stop,
but not garish–oh no!
Posting at a local general store if that is a community center seems reasonable.
Probably depends on the competition. Here, the post office is the center–it has a bulletin board, apparently this is against the law, but everyone posts
their home business there from pet sitting to music
lessons, lost pets, FSBO’s. Now I think maybe the first person
to complain would be the 3rd person advertising
a competing service.
Hey, our town gov’t is trying to get an ordinance
saying you can’t put a sofa on your own D*****
front porch! People are up in arms!
The town extends from “town” to out in the sticks.
They want to fine people.
If the number is on the sign, and it’s a problem,
the owner can be called. On the other hand, the people
that throw bottles and fast food cartons in the field across from my house,
or on my lawn, cannot.
I have to pick that up,or wait til the prison decides
to have a crew come out, or the adopt- a -hwy people,
who apparently are dead, come by. I’d like to complain
to the people who fly by at 50 mph for the sole purpose of throwing litter on my lawn, but I don’t know how to contact their karma. Might save the DNA, though.
Now, I think I could take photos and catch them at it, if I just had a sofa…