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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Bernal Heights Dads, Stoners Have Maybe Resolved the Pro-Life Billboard Controversy

Posted By on Wed, Sep 12, 2012 at 4:10 PM

After enduring a weeklong of back-and-forth nastiness for the whole neighborhood to see, Bernal Heights fathers have taken it upon themselves to bring a little sunshine and civility back to this oh-so foggy hamlet.

A week ago, liberals were stoked after someone actually redesigned a pro-life billboard along Cortland Avenue, essentially revamping its political message. You can see the before and after here. The billboard was replaced again, with the original anti-abortion message, only to be defaced once again.

Today, Bernalwood gave us a quick update on the latest billboard brouhaha, which includes this proposed alternative image created by some thoughtful neighborhood dads, perhaps for their first group project in Intro to Photoshop class?

  • Courtesy of the badass Bernalwoodpress
  • What the #@$%

We weren't quite sure what message we're supposed to take away from these manbabies. What we can safely conclude is that this is a nonpartisan message.

But if you thought those men were smoking something, have a look at this latest alternative, which was just submitted to Bernalwood.

  • Courtesy of the badass Bernalwoodpress

Looks like the work of a bunch of hungry liberals.

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