Don’t even think of knocking

With the exception as noted below:

No Soliciting sign

For some of us, admittedly, it’s more likely to be someone to vote against rather than to vote for.

4 comments »

  1. McGehee »

    31 August 2019 · 4:14 pm

    No link? You mean it’s not available for sale anywhere?   :-(

  2. CGHill »

    31 August 2019 · 4:25 pm

    The guy I swiped it from on Facebook didn’t source it.

    So I did:

    https://www.cheaperthandirt.net/rivers-edge-products-no-soliciting-tin-sign-12×17-1494/7-1494.html?utm_term=4577129468459276&utm_campaign=LA%20-%20Alpha%20-%20Shopping&utm_medium=cpc&msclkid=3909349aea8e1918815569f00fb5b67b&utm_source=bing&utm_content=All%20Products

    Under ten bucks.

  3. fillyjonk »

    31 August 2019 · 5:00 pm

    I knew someone who had a more softly-worded (and didn’t have the beer part) version of that. I don’t know how well it worked.

    I admit my MO is “pretend no one is at home” if I hear a knock at the door, unless if it’s someone I’m expecting (or the UPS guy). My friends all know to call before showing up…

  4. McGehee »

    31 August 2019 · 5:47 pm

    Cool, I even have a CTD account.

    My chair in the family room is theoretically visible through the windows bracketing the front door, so hiding isn’t a good option (not that I haven’t gotten away with it because some visitors couldn’t bring themselves to look).

    As for delivery people, we have an advantage: our front porch isn’t visible from the road so porch pirates don’t take the risk. There are plenty of other houses around where they can see if there’s loot to steal without driving so far onto private property.

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