Courtesy of Signtakers International
Now there's a novel idea.

That Was So Last Week

As usual, the New York Times is riding HouStoned's coattails.

On Tuesday the Gray Lady ran a front-page, top-of-the-fold article about efforts to remove all that pesky campaign signage from our nation's roadways, even quoting someone from Houston:

Campaign signs are legal along roadways in many parts of the country, but after the election, they become "trash on a stick," said Rick Hurt, a member of the 1960 Area Community Alliance, a neighborhood improvement group in Houston.

Hmm...sounds kind of familiar. — Keith Plocek

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