Mommy Bloggers Need to Shut Up About This Dirty Gay Billboard

Brian Moylan · 11/29/11 06:07PM

Is there anything worse than mommy bloggers? That is a rhetorical question because if you have two firing synapses, you know the answer to that question. Now one of them is all up in arms about a Manhunt billboard that dared to be on the way to her child's school.

Vodka Billboard: 'Christmas Quality, Hanukkah Pricing'

Hamilton Nolan · 11/22/11 01:01PM

An alert reader sends us this photo of a Wodka™ brand Vodka billboard located on the West side of Manhattan, overlooking Riverside Drive. "CHRISTMAS QUALITY. HANUKKAH PRICING," it says. And there's a Santa dog, representing Christian quality, and a Jew dog, representing Hanukkah pricing, because the Jews are cheap—like Wodka™!

Rush Limbaugh's Tucson Billboard Is Just Perfect

Hamilton Nolan · 01/13/11 11:00AM

Oh look, it's a billboard for Rush Limbaugh featuring a bunch of bullet holes. This billboard is located in Tucson, Arizona. We blame the liberal media, somehow.

Nation of Idiots Can't Stop Putting Up Political Billboards

Richard Lawson · 09/02/10 09:58AM

Here's a Missouri Ozarks news broadcast about a highway billboard reading "Voted for Obama? Embarrassed Yet?" paid for by a concerned citizen. He says that billboard discourse is "what makes America great". Yes, impassioned debate through billboards. America's dream.

Billboards and Web Site Were a 'Gift' from a Scorned Mistress

Ryan Tate · 01/21/10 03:22PM

Here's how those "Charles & YaVaughnie" billboards came to be, according to people the couple spoke to: Charles was publicly sucking up to his wife, while mistress YaVaughnie was busy launching an incriminating online photo album. Spurned lover, much?

Let the (Imaginary) Backlash Begin

cityfile · 06/15/09 09:40AM

Back in May, Calvin Klein Jeans erected an billboard on Houston Street featuring four teenagers making out. The campaign was designed to stir up controversy: When it was first announced, the company gleefully revealed that a companion TV spot had been banned by American television networks before it even aired. Well, it's been more than month now, but the Daily News has finally managed to find some people outraged by the sexually-charged billboard. People like Rev. Don Wildmon, who runs the American Family Association and who says the billboard "shows a lack of respect for our society." Of course, Wildmon may have to squint pretty hard to see the billboard from his vantage point: He lives in Tupelo, Mississippi. [NYDN]