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  1. NoTeabagging says:

    Jacobs is already full of “Piss and Vinegar”. Perhaps someone just doesn’t more of Mike Jacob’s meddling in DeKalb County. Jacobs conveniently gets illiterate when using his own bills (ex: HB 181) to force Dekalb into a voter referendum to fund bonds for the Porter Sanford Arts Center. Never mind that the bill is under Homeland Security and specifically covers judicial and public safety buildings, as stated 13 times in the bill. Jacob swears he meant it it to cover Arts Centers, too. Costly court battle ensues. What a jerk!

  2. NoTeabagging says:

    I’ll volunteer to pee on Jacob’s signs if they think it will deter the litter picker uppers.

  3. polisavvy says:

    This is hysterical! I wonder if something like this would actually work? Something tells me that if someone really wants to steal a sign that they will do it regardless of the odor. 😉

  4. NoTeabagging says:

    The reference to Brett Harrell is the first time I’ve seen a political candidate use a coating on illegal signs. The technique is widely used by commercial street spammers, often using pepper spray, to protect their illegal signs at intersections and on utility poles. This deters may deter our good samaritans and adopt a road volunteers cleaning up litter and illegal signs on our roadways.

  5. This sign thief stuff is so funny. Fox urine? Was cat urine determined too offensive or toxic?

    I love initiative like this. I love the surveillance. This is a made-for-YouTube moment waiting to happen. Someone is about to have a 15 minutes of fame, internet celebrity moment for something. I can see “Sign Thief Fail” coming soon to a demotivational poster near you.

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