What is it about this poster that is a threat to others? And, more importantly, why can’t I put a poster on MY fence, on MY property, and have it remain where I have put it as long as I want it there. Who is the skunk that thinks he can foul my yard and violate my privacy. (Of course, if you read the poster you can KNOW what the skunk thinks.)
I have had three signs removed by a “skunk” in the neighborhood. He has smelled up my yard several times since the election began. BUT…this poster is not about the election. This poster is about tolerance, understanding, and acceptance.
I am sorry to report that the skunk has returned to my neighborhood. And…more specifically, to my house.
The skunk is alive and well. (Is there a “Decon” for human skunks?) Even though I haven’t smelled him for awhile, it is apparent that he has returned because my poster – the one that was put up yesterday – is gone. And it wasn’t washed away with the rain. It was NAILED to the fence with 4 nails, and even though the poster is gone, the nails are still in the wood.
What you say? You don’t think the fence is on private property. Look at the picture of the fence taken from the street. How else could that poster have been removed if the skunk hadn’t come up on my property. I don’t think that driveways are “city owned.” The poster that was removed was on the front of the fence by the car. And…since I am on a corner, both sides of the driveway are mine. But…not to worry.
Even if the “smelly one” comes by every day I have enough posters until the election in 2012! And it isn’t even about the election!