Although I got laid off from my job that I had had for almost ten years, the piles of illegal trash continue. Here’s a sign I removed from the neighborhood:
Posts tagged illegal signs
I’m not sure why these type of signs are becoming more and more prevalent. They are not legal to stick by the road unless the person who posts them owns the property..
I’ve heard that they are cheap to produce. Does anyone who post them ever receive any business? I don’t think that I would call a number I saw on a roadside sign for high speed internet, although I detest Comcast and think that they overcharge for their services.
Nothing sells better in Nashville than Jesus. I venture to guess that even country music doesn’t come close. There are no rules when selling Jesus. These folks distributed their postcards illegally on the mailboxes in my neighborhood and stole their slogan from Nationwide:
These type of signs are illegal. When you see them stuck repeatedly on roadsides, pick ’em up and reuse in a legal manner or recycle the materials. The litterer hasn’t paid to put them there; the signs are forgotten and become trash.
“I Haul Anything” people have always aroused my suspicion that they haul it away and dump the trash illegally.
If you want to advertise, do it legally. Don’t litter.
Again, litter heads, the Lost Cat signs are illegal, too. I don’t take them down because I feel sorry for the animal and the person who misses it. I don’t blame this cat for getting free. It was kept behind bars and repeatedly forced fed. A 21-lb. cat is sad. Poor feline needs to miss a few meals at the condo and get some exercise.