I'm O.K. with the "saving commuters' souls" vibe. It's even a fun distraction from the usual drone of car and truck motors. I just wish I could've gotten a look at the church who was sponsoring the signs. Even when I could see all of the signs there was no mention of a website, a church name or even a phone number!
Advertising is good. Good advertising is even better!
Meanwhile, at home, we are blessed to have only received one I.O.U last week - for my partner's State Supplemental Income check. Granted, it only makes up a small amount of our monthly income, but getting an I.O.U. was a little nerve-wrecking and having that check's value go down 30% in two months was a bit depressing.
In a bit of desperation, he called the L.A. Times earlier today and vented at them. I had to gently remind him that, while I'm sure the L.A. Times could always use a lead to a potentially good story, they are not yet in charge of Legislation and Budgets in California. So, after a quick on-line search, I found our district's Assemblyperson (it's like a House of Representatives member is for the U.S) and our district's state Senator.
Boy, are they going to get an earful tomorrow!