Handmade signs in East Dallas are making us giggle like Anderson Cooper.
An innovative Hollywood Heights youth wants to earn money to pay for his first car (if it’s the one in the driveway, it is a sweet pale-yellow ’65 Ford Mustang). He’s prepared to mow lawns, till gardens and rake leaves. I hope someone has told this kid about Craigslist. For now, hopefully this will garner him a gig or two. Thanks to reader B.A. Norrgard for sending it in.
Second, an unconventional coyote hunter has posted “Missing Coyote” signs around the neighborhood, I suppose in an effort to warn residents about the animals’ (“Sparkles”) hunger for cats and small dogs. The sign encourages anyone who has seen a coyote to call our city council representative or 3-1-1. Thanks to White Rock Running Co-op co-member Matthew Williams for telling me about these.
By the way, he says that there were dozens of these posted around the neighborhood, but I could only find one, on a busy stretch of Abrams, so chances are, someone has removed most of them.
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