Another ‘no drug’ sign, a different take

Earlier this week we wrote about two different signs to discourage drug activity that has escalated in the two neighborhoods. Now we’ve received another sign that’s a little more, well, welcoming.

Phil sent us this sign and says it’s his “official looking ‘Drug Dealer Parking Only’ sign” that has worked well near the intersection of 82nd & Dayton. He said it was only up a few days before someone took it down, but says, “I haven’t seen any deals on my corner for almost two weeks.”

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kim1234
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kim1234

perfect. roll out the welcome mat! you probably couldn't get better information this way.

Bill
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Bill

Kudos! Reverse psychology at its best! But next time, use a pole.

Bill

Lars
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Lars

Nicely done. Would Phil be offended if I re-purposed his idea on my block?

ballardMike
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ballardMike

Whew! Sense of humor still alive… mostly. =]

elena
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elena

Awesome.

ballardman
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ballardman

LOL

ballardrocksnow
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ballardrocksnow

Seriously can whoever created this post this as a pdf somewhere? I have a couple corners in mind myself.

Manicopus
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Manicopus

There is no point in banning something if there is no alternative. To prevent a person from starting to use drugs, you need to give them another resource where they can make sense for themselves. To do this, it is necessary to consult a psychologist. I can say that the most precise way and method is to get acquainted with the online relationship counselor . I am very glad that I could find such a counselor and he actually helped me. That is why I hope that he will be able to help others as well. Good luck and success with that.

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