we knew this billboard was coming and can it be seen from space ?

This looks terrible and is it actually dangerous ? This was taken last evening 10:30 PM or there abouts.

A friend asked if PENNDot was going to add strobes to the regular lights like they have on Route 100 so people pay attention to the traffic signals not the billboards? People are afraid of distracted driving accidents and adverse neurological reactions and perhaps that is indeed more than a little justified?

But hey, I never hold out hope on PENNDot. They can’t even add a four way stop on Providence Road and Warren Avenue in Willistown, and God knows the accidents justify it.

These billboards are bullshit. And another thing allowed thanks in part to the Municipalities Planning Code not providing protection for Pennsylvania communities, only developers.

East Whiteland could have gone balls to the wall and said no to billboards, but I don’t think they really could afford to sadly.

But East Whiteland? Time to deal with how this looks and the problems that will occur if not dealt with.

I am amused by all the people who are so oblivious to what goes on where they live that they were surprised this billboard was going up. I am also amused by all the people who said they would fight this particular billboard and then essentially vanished from the issue, like happens with so many issues around. Now I know people will take umbrage at my comments but sometimes residents actually have to actively participate where they live.

Billboards are not about improving communities, only destroying them. They are a monument to ugliness.

more fun from the feeble-minded

This was sent to me today. It has been placed in people’s mailboxes in East Goshen Township. I guess they don’t like people’s signs?

I guess this is more fun from the feeble-minded?

Here are two examples of the signs that must setting this person off:

this is living?

Snapped these two photos as a passenger on Route 202.  These developments are perched right on the highway.  As a matter of fact the second photo shows an additional phase of one of these developments where you could literally open your front door if you lived here and spit on cars going by on Route 202.

I have to ask: this is living?  Seems kind of gross and very sad to me.  I don’t get the whole move-out-to-the-country-and-hear-the-highway thing…



bruno’s pizza signs: visual spam

Don’t know where Bruno’s is, but would never go find out after all this visual spam that makes them look super desperate to say the least.

Their signs are EVERYWHERE and  East Whiteland should consider limiting the amount of signs of this kind that can go out like this.

Signs like this cheapen an  area.  Just my opinion of course, but some municipalities do build rules for signs like this into local sign ordinances.

Anyway these signs for Bruno’s are EVERYWHERE – this was just a small snippet of one location (which had many, many more signs).  Whoever these people are could have bought an ad in the local paper or on Malvern Patch for the money they spent on these UGLY signs.