Message from Jelly MI in Front And Center #activism
Thanks fams lol
That was a great drop!
@Chris MA Any specifics on where I might say this is? Boston or?
@Victor MD They get pretty pissed when you deface their fliers and posters with these. It's great for the lulz. I slap them up and then watch their twitter account for a laugh.
So what's the best value per square foot for banners? Drop cloths, tarps, sheets?
Also, any ideas on how to lock banners into place? It seems to me that if you use a lock it's easy enough to just cut the rest of the banner around the lock.
Drop cloths in my opinion.
Sew a rope through the top, and then use a great deal of metal zip ties to hold it in place
use a steel cable?
as the rope?
That is also an option.
i figure if it's just a rope, then they can cut the rope no?
This is true.
I did consider running a flag up the flagpole, then locking the thing.
Unless you want to make your banner out of sheet metal, they're going to be able to cut through the cloth to matter what you use to secure it.
Sheetmetal banners? We might be on to something....
I've actually looked into having road sign sized prop made, and bolting it into place with a fuck ton of Lock Tite.
I have brainstormed this quite a bit. Another idea I had was to have a flag or banner attached at two side points with 550 cord. You tie the two cords around a light pole or something. Then use a weighted rock tied to the top tie to throw the hole thing upward, dragging the banner high and out of reach. Then, the rock must fall free.
Yet another idea was to use helium balloons on each end of a banner. You'd have to calculate the altitude and density so the assembly wouldn't go too high, or crash into the ground. Then, get upwind of a major city and let her rip.
There's also pirate radio stations, but that's super illegal. And, you WILL get DF'd if you do it enough.
Howell Michigan, banner pics will be up in an hour or two.
Putting up a banner at night?
We did the banner before sun down
After the banner we did our fitness test vetting, then we had dinner followed by postering
Has anyone ever considered using a roll of Tyvek to make a super long banner?
No but that's a great idea
MI Goy Scouts reporting in. Howell, MI