Wednesday, January 25, 2012

City Begins Strong-Arming Local Merchants Over Failure to Get License Before Displaying Official Super Bowl Sign

Is anyone surprised? On Saturday Civil Discourse Now show we will discuss the Super Bowl sign ordinance and display our own political protest Super Bowl sign. Let's see if the City asks us to take it down.

6 comments:

Downtown Indy said...

And yet, they seem to do nothing about the hundreds of signs illegally stuck on street corners hawking those shady 'rent your home for the super bowl' outfits.

Go figure.

Cato said...

Paul, with Google's terrifying identity archiving being exposed, it might be time to offer a fully anonymous posting option.

Paul K. Ogden said...

Cato,

The system I have is just about as anonymous as it gets with Blogger I require people to use a name, but they basically can make up any name they want. I really don't have any way of tracking who uses what name...nor do I particularly care. I'm not Abdul.

I originally didn't make people pick a name and that resulted in a lot of postings with "anonymous" that really got out of hand. A lot of personal, almost libelous attacks on people. I find that making people pick a name civilizes the discussion. I think people think I can track them versus the old system, but I really can't.

Nicolas Martin said...

I don't post anything I don't want identified with me. I'm willing to take my lumps if history proves me wrong.

HOOSIERS FOR FAIR TAX said...

I don't hide either, Nicolas.

guy77money said...

Cato you could use Srware Iron which is a identical browser using the g00gle chrome code but the send back information to google code has been disabled. The only problem with it is some of the 3rd party add on's are limited (Firefox has a ton of add on's) and it's a bummer to download. You get a few pop ups when your downloading it. :more info go to

http://www.srware.net/en/software_srware_iron.php