Looks like an MLM site. Could not find a WHOIS record although they are on ultradns.com, so I don't know where to report this at the mothership level.
Paper is usually light blue with pulltabs, which is why I think this is operating much like the Herbalife spammers are, and there are two still active, the most prevalent is one I've reported before, work4urselfhome.com
One humorous one and it was just the usual weekend yard sale stuff. How about an actual YARD for sale? Instead of 'Yard Sale', it actually read, no joke, 'Yard For Sale'. Probably nothing more than a simple grammatical faux paux but a funny one to say the least.
#1. "RE: Salt Lake County heavily infested." In response to Reply # 0
Ha! I got a laugh at the "yard for sale" misprint (presumed). Good find.
I'm bugged by how many yard sale posters there are; I always tear them down if they happen to be in proximity to the usual signs I target. I don't object to the basic concept of a yard sale (unlike what the real bandit signs represent) but I can't understand why people never seem to take them down post-sale. I wonder who they think should do that for them? Or perhaps, I suspect, they don't think about it at all.
#2. "RE: Salt Lake County heavily infested." In response to Reply # 1
Agreed. I tend to give the yard salers some slack here in the Baltimore are in the hopes that they will take them down afterward, but my estimation after 9 months of observation is that about 1/2 to 3/4 of them are left hanging on telephone poles, and of those the only ones that do get removed are to make way for the next weekend's crop of signs. I don't have time to take them all down as they go up though. Way too many of them, and too great a chance that I will be ticking off a neighbor or a good friend. However, a letter to the editor is definitely in the works.