The folks at Gamma Ray Digital on Braintree Street in Allston are getting pretty annoyed at how workers for billboard giant Clear Channel now remove billboard wraps there and hurl them off the roof of a five-story building onto the in-use parking lot below, especially since the building has a working freight elevator.
You'd think Clear Channel would be especially careful in a city that officially despises billboards.
Because I'm sure it's more fun than riding an elevator.
There's also this!
Ban billboards. Problem solved. It's not like there's a need for more advertising.
…it’s like an assault on the eyeballs when you leave.
Four states do: Vermont, Maine, Alaska, and Hawaii.
I hadn't noticed the lack of billboards in Maine, but I'll have to pay more attention next time.
I didn't expect it to look so much like they were dropping a body!
unless they're being negligent about the landing zone.
That usually leads to little red bumps.
MIT students were dropping things off high rooftops way before David Letterman. Why you ask? FOR SCIENCE!
Will It Float?
Is It Buoyant?
geeze. I thought the complaint was going to be about litter, but the way it's all bundled up like that? seems really dangerous.
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