DonateThe Memphis Shelby Crime Commission is a tax exempt, non-profit organization. Your donations enable us to provide the vital resources and staffing needed to oversee the full implementation of Operation: Safe Community. Seems you ran into a cross between politicians and a Sierra Club clone. I plan to contribute just after I clear my debt for $19/mo to the ASPCA ads for adopting an underprivileged dog. People seem to run ads to get money. Cute kids and cute puppies sell.
I saw one of these on our trip (near Nashville I think). I remember thinking, I'm sure that billboard is really helpful to a man or woman during a fit of rage. (not)It's a sad, pathetic world, Mojo, that's all I can say.
It is one hell of a screwed-up work, Memphis! As you know. But I think KenP has a good point!Gotta always ask, who did this and for what purpose.Wonder how much money the chief honcho of the Memphis Shelby Crime Commission is paid per annum?Just saying' ...
I can tell you that the copy was written by a pro in an ad firm. Overuse of periods is a dead giveaway.Due diligence is always wise.Regardless, the sentiment is correct.
I wish I could say "Only in America" to this one. Sadly, it's a global issue./j.
great capture and message for today. Thanks for your comments on my site about the photos from my photography tour to Vermillion Cliffs and Slot Canyons. I have many more coming up and the slot canyon photos are truly amazing. It was quite a trip.
Not sure how much a billboard will help to target those prone to hurt children.Wow, some day I have to learn bridge, looks complicated when you have no idea how to play.
So you're not a punk forever if you kill an old lady?
That is so sad. Not like that billboard will stop a moron.
I'm not sure billboards have power to change people...although, those who sell add space disagree.
Thanks to all who made comments.The billboard bothered me for a long time. Now, maybe I feel better for venting. But maybe not.