Thursday, April 30, 2009

New Los Angeles Billboard Blight Is Low-Tech, NOT Digital

Well, now it looks like the billboard companies are causing billboard blight throughout Los Angeles at the low-tech level, as well as state-of-the-art digital level!

The geniuses at the billboard companies came up with this new and improved thinner synthetic material to print and post their advertising messages all across the city. But, THEIR BAD: No one at the billboard companies bothered to read Zuma Dogg's "Interpreting Deming's 14 Point" (methods for management of quality and productivity), so the result is: THEY DO NOT WORK IN EVERYDAY PRACTICLE CONDITIONS! As you can see, they almost immediately (like on the second or third day) start to wrinkle, then peel. This one was blowing in the wind like a U.S. flag.

HEY CITY COUNCIL: Do NOT wait. Pass an ordinace or create a REAP-like (Rent Escrow) that will prevent this type of blight from popping up like litter all over the city.

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