#1. "RE: Dealing with the Law" In response to Reply # 0
Well, he's already replied and claimed that you can get permits in Dallas, and that his signs help people and neighborhoods. I'm sure my neighborhood would look good with a sign saying "I'LL BUY YOUR DILAPIDATED, CRUMBLING HOME FOR CASH. THIS IS NOT A RIPOFF." He claims that it isn't a black and white situation.
Meanwhile, I found this message posted on the site by someone advertising credit repair. David replied and told the guy that the forum isn't there to "blantantly (sic) try and sell your wares." Apparently, David doesn't like it when people ruin his forum by using it for personal advertising, at least when it doesn't return anything to the community. Yet, somehow it's okay when people use our streets and utility poles for their personal advertising, even when they don't return anything to the community.
Maybe someone can help me figure this one out. Any ideas?
#2. "RE: Dealing with the Law" In response to Reply # 1
>Elkman wrote:> >Maybe someone can help me figure this one out. Any ideas? >
You got in on this one a little on the late side. When we first became aware of David Alexander's "bandit sign" site, there were numerous "baited" messages about different groups removing any and all types bandit signs.
He basically got it jambed up his nose. When it started to get the best of him and really make his site look as bad a flake as his replys, "Mr". Alexander began to delete and severly censor any an all post which were not to his liking.
He knows all to well who CAUSS is and what we stand for and that's one reason that he selects his wording extremely careful. He's also aware that the City of Dallas does not and will not issue permits for his type of signs, any way, shape, form or fashion.
For David Alexander to state that he loses "one or two" and week is nothing but a big crock of feces. If he puts out fifty, then in all likelyhood, he'll loose a minimum of forty-seven in the first four hours and the other three by the end of te day. His signs along with all his "cohorts" have a useful self life of about eight hours or less.