Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Sign Wars

Monday afternoon, I went out to run some errands. As I exited my driveway, I noticed this when I looked down the street:

While I admire the effort (as you can see, there's a serious lack of artistic ability and originality), I just couldn't see staring at this without some kind of response. Therefore, on Wednesday afternoon, I placed this on my lawn:

It's 8 feet long by 4 feet high. And, it's freeking beautiful!

As I drive around town, I'll be taking pictures of signs, home-made and otherwise. Here's one from Sandy Hill Road, in Plymouth Township:

This one belongs to a family member of one of my good friends, "J".

If you see or have a display of signs in or about your home, township, borough, or just see something that catches your eye, snap a photo and send it to me. I'll post them as I get them and keep the "Sign Wars" going until election day.



Charlie on the PA Turnpike said...

In my many miles of commuting, I see a fair number of bumperstickers for Sen. Obama, but almost none for Sen. McCain.

In my rural part of NE PA, there are dozens (literally) of McCain lawn signs, but almost none for Obama.

Not sure what that means, of course, but...

Anonymous said...

Ha! You're the man!

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