Tuesday, March 20

Burtons get the Blame


Another one in the series of strange signs placed in peoples front windows, this one painted on a board covering the broken window. I wonder could this be called slander or something, is it legal?

8 comments:

ukradiojock blog said...

I notice they can`t spell the word "THIS"

Where was this at. maybe you want to email me that answer.

Peggy said...

Perhaps they are avoiding a slander suit by accusing the Burtons of doing "tis".

TUFFENUF said...

Was this window covered with the sign because it is broken? If the burtons don't cry "slander", then I guess that means that they did do it!

Bob said...

Peggy: I dare not say anything about the spelling or the grammar police will be on to me again, as they did in the post "Not Aloud"

tuffenuf: Yes the window was broken and I wouldn't be surprised to see some more broken if they keep that sign up.

Anonymous said...

wouldn't it be libel, as it's written and not spoken

Bob said...

anon: Yes that's the very word I was looking for.

chris mull said...

lol classic spelling on that sign.although it don`t surprise me if its bridgeway

John A Thomson said...

Perhaps the home owners had simply boarded up the windows and the Burton came along and claimed it as their work - allegedly.