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by NineInchNachos on 11/3/2009 @ 9:21am
by Erik on 11/3/2009 @ 9:33am
|Yeah, this is an incredible sign.|
Professional yet funny and good advertising for them.
by Nick on 11/3/2009 @ 9:56am
|Haha, those guys/gals are freakin' geniuses. Hillarious!|
by Rob McNair-Huff on 11/3/2009 @ 9:59am
|I love it! Way to go Steph!|
by Emilie has one foot on shore on 11/3/2009 @ 10:16am
|Niice! I always like their billboards... especially their campaign last Christmas. Something about "She's not the jewelry type"... anyone snap that by chance?|
by fredo on 11/3/2009 @ 10:28am
|feedtacoma comments are so funny. We have discussions where people condemn clearchannel billboards and another where the same people applaud them.|
by NSHDscott on 11/3/2009 @ 10:38am
|I don't think these folks are applauding the billboard, they are complimenting a clever ad. It's a funny message that is platform-agnostic. Would be just as funny on a bus, although the arrow wouldn't quite work out the same way.
Man, when are we going to get a resolution on the clearchannel lawsuit? I just know it's going to end up screwed up like the Paul Post court decision, and the sooner we can start over the right way, the better.
by Nick on 11/3/2009 @ 10:42am
|Yeah, not a fan of the medium, but in this case I love the content!|
by fredo on 11/3/2009 @ 10:45am
|Advertisers love the billboards, activists hate the billboards, bloggers...ambivalent.|
by Erik on 11/3/2009 @ 12:09pm
|Yeah, not a fan of the medium, but in this case I love the content!
Billboards are generally urban blight.
There is still the issue of the litigation with Clear Channel that Tacoma has.
Yet, while they are still allowed, might as well make the best use of them.
by seejane on 11/3/2009 @ 2:13pm
|love the sinner, hate the sin
and it's a great ad!
by KevinFreitas on 11/4/2009 @ 7:54am
|Great use of a billboard, if you ask me. Way to go LeRoy!|
by L.S.Erhardt on 11/4/2009 @ 4:51pm
|Billboard = several hundred sq feet of free canvas just waiting to be used. Just BYOL (bring your own ladder).
Just because I don't like the billboards it doesn't mean I can't enjoy the humor in that ad.
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