Looking for Signs of Big Fat Liars (in the BC election)

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The sign of a [big fat] liar

A week and a half ago, the sign provided much diversionary amusement to some of us who were at an espresso bar to watch some English soccer. At the aft end of the fellow’s rig, he had a sign endorsing the Green Party.

Jim McKendrick more than 7 years ago

On the same theme, but a

On the same theme, but a different sign, here’s a link to a sign I photographed last week at Venables and Vernon. Someone has pasted the mug shot of the aforementioned BFL onto a graffitied real estate sale sign for an empty lot in East Van......which somehow perfectly represents the entire political and social reality of life in BC. I like to think of it as found art.

Nikki more than 7 years ago

beautifully sad

The sign is both beautiful and sad. There is beauty in stating the obvious. So why is this man our premier? How did we create such an absurd reality?

Michael Hey more than 7 years ago

Out and about

12:23 I just saw the BIG FAT LIAR sign travelling as fast as possible to the “liars” lair in Kitsilano to parade around his BIG FAT SIGN in front of the BIG FAT LIAR’s office…right by Jeremiah’s ( a good place to spy on the BIG FAT LIAR).

The fox more than 7 years ago

travelling liar

This man rides by my house everyday (I live on the bike route), pulling his big fat liar trailer with him everywhere he goes. Someone is staying in shape!

Anonymous more than 7 years ago

I saw him

I saw the man responsible today! He pulled his lunch (or something in a brown paper bag) from within the sign triangle and casually walked away.

Sarah M. more than 7 years ago

On reflection, I laughed at

On reflection, I laughed at your reference to fonts, Patty: it’s like the old saying: “to a hammer everything looks like a nail”. To a page designer everything is in fonts, I guess.

Doug more than 7 years ago

The sign was out for Critical

The sign was out for Critical Mass on April 24th: it gets around.

Doug more than 7 years ago

Patty, you get up too early!

Patty, you get up too early! It’s back at the same intersection now...

Josh W. more than 7 years ago

that person sure spent their

that person sure spent their $100 climate action wisely....

Kristin C. more than 7 years ago

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