December 31, 2005

Yuppie ghetto sign






I posted yesterday with an article a picture of a sign I found hilarious (although misspelled) - the Yuppie Ghetto sign. See one here, and also a modified ad I found funny too.

Got me thinking - any HP readers have any art skills? If so, please send me your version of a Yuppie Ghetto sign. Or maybe one on the Housing Bubble - "Don't buy - it's gonna blow" kinda thing. Send to housingpanic@yahoo.com

I'll then post (with credit) the best ones.

Then... HP readers can print out at home, and if they're so inclined, go out one sunny Saturday afternoon and tape 'em over some of the builder signs in their towns.

A little street theater to make the point, save our fellow man from making a big mistake (buying at the top)


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I think the idea of saving our fellowmen from falling in the trap is a very good idea. Do whatever you can to save our country from the economic collapse.

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People are not interested in the truth or unpopular opinion. Only the pacification of the easy buck and the notion that the naysayer is jealous.

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Yeah devestment, but the thing is: people can also be easily spooked, especially in an environment as shaky as the current RE market.
I think the idea to get out there and spread the message that this party is OVER is an EXCELLENT one. Not only could it prevent people from buying now, it could set the wheels in motion that will make buyers hold back even while prices drop drop drop.
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I think we should do something, especially against these greedy mortgage scam artists who were responsible for the bubble.

The great Abe Lincoln once said..."To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards of men."

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