Sunday, June 03, 2007

Coast Hwy Billboard Hack



This billboard vandalism makes me wonder if we really need billboards on the coast highway, especially over small mom&pop business.

See also: Leucadia Blog: Invasion of the canopy snatchers....

and,
Leucadia Blog: Welcome to Leucadia

10 comments:

  1. If they take out our canopy, we take out their billboards. Good work to all involved.

    I hope all the billboards are continually destroyed.

    Say yes to our billboard eliminators heros. They are better than spiderman. Thanks again Heros.

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  2. Take down the billboards and put up highrises.

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  3. Why is that billboard in Spanish?

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  4. Highrises are going up.

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  5. WHEN DID BOB NANNINGA START SELLING INSURANCE?

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  6. It is in spanish because many people in california can't adequately speak english. I think we should all speak the same language.

    Fine, make it spanish. In a democracy or society that is suppose to interact with each other and not become balkanized factions separated by the inability to communicate with each other we better all speak the same language. Make it spanish because in very soon first and second generation immigrants from south of the border will outnumber offspring of current american citizens. That is just the way it is.

    http://www.numbersusa.org/overpopulation/ourlostfuture.html

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  7. Mexican drivers don't have insurance. I know because I got hit by one. He shoved $500 cash into my hands and drove off in a panic.

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  8. Why waste money on Insurance and Taxes? You don't have to obey the laws gringos ....

    I am Illegal and in reward Your government is making me citizens so I can then retire on your countries glorious welfare systems. I will make more on welfare than I could ever have made in my life in Mexico. I don’t know why the government wants to legalize all of us. Its not like we will ever pay taxes but we sure look forward to the lute.

    Muy Bueno Gringos.

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