Thursday, March 10, 2016

New signs are popping up

Some more Eat More Venison signs have popped up. I noticed another one on Avon Drive. Then there is this new one on Connecting Road:


Why bother having a sign made? You won. Why am I paying thousands of dollars in legal fees so that Mt. Lebanon can protect the identity of residents when they have no problem having signs like this in their front yards?

Personally, I like this new sign.


Me? I am putting my NIMY sign away for the Fall. 

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

There really are a lot of cold, hateful, unfeeling people. It just can't wrap my mind around it. It's depressing.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of depressing, today's John Hayes article in the P-G is full of crap---I think it is one of his worst for a variety of reasons.

E. T. Gillen said...

6:51 AM, here is the link to today's PG article.
A bait pile? Ground baiting is illegal in Allegheny County. Complaint of gunshots when "sharpshooters" were not in the area and someone put a pile of corn in McNeilly trying to incriminate WB? It certainly couldn't be poachers, could it? Yelling "murderers" to scare away deer? Love the spin on all this. They were baiting on public property. Who had the right to be there? Why were they going to shoot when there were humans in the area?

I can see why you are upset, 6:51 AM. Why is it OK for them to claim that someone is going to die from a deer/car collision but it is bunk when we say someone could die from a hunting accident? They always say, that no one has died from a car accident - not yet, but it is bound to happen eventually. We're crazy if we say that an accident could happen from shooting in a densely populated community, next to safe walking routes, thirty minutes after elementary school kids
Elaine

E. T. Gillen said...

thirty minutes after elementary school kids are dismissed from school. Sorry that the rest of the sentence didn't get published.
Elaine

Anonymous said...

It would be great Elaine, if you were able to have your photos of the ground bait published in the Almanac.

You'd never get them published in the Post Gazette.