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April 18, 2006 McDonald's on Grand, Politics/Policy, South City 5 Comments

Florida T-ShirtIdeas are pouring in to Urban Review from citizens upset about Ald. Florida’s tactics to please her campaign contributors over the wishes of constituents. If only I was talented in Illustrator & Photoshop.

This one came in tonight in response to my last post on McDonald’s.

I was thinking we get these printed up and sell them to raise money to pay an attorney to challenge the city’s drive-thru variance and spot zoning attempt.

– Steve


Currently there are "5 comments" on this Article:

  1. Benjamin Dover says:

    Truely tasteless. I’ll take a gross. Do you take Paypal?

  2. Jeff says:

    Certainly there has to be a lawyer that can do this pro bono. Then again, most that are familiar with land use law would completely alienate their developer clients by doing so. i would if I knew anything about land use law or administrative law.

    [REPLY – This type of thing is hard to find pro bono so we are raising money to pay someone. These things take time and money. – SLP]

  3. anon says:

    Why don’t you set up a CafePress store to sell them? Less initial costs, only print what you need, online store interface already taken care of.


  4. drh says:

    Cafe press is a great idea, then you could do bumper stickers too.

  5. pete says:

    A little over the top, don’t you think? For goodness sakes, it’s just a drive-thru. I think you should think twice before proceeding on this one. People may think you’re not a rational and mature person.

    [REPLY – Uh, it was meant more as a joke. Most people got the humor — you know — the whole over the top part. Any shirt or bumper sticker will have a great slogan and no blood. – SLP]


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