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Interesting thing this Nov. 3 morning. I noticed my political signs were gone. Why would somebody steal my signs after the election? Oh, well. At least now I won’t have to dispose of them.
But on my way to work, I noticed that nearly all of the signs in my neighborhood were gone. As a matter of fact, they were gone from Smith’s, from Rover Boulevard and from N.M. 4.
I just wanted to thank whoever did this, since usually the signs hang around for weeks after an election. However, one might be careful removing signs from private property. Some people might not see things the same way I do in that regard.
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