Friday, August 24, 2012

Kramer adopts a few roads in Dunwoody. George & Newman nowhere to be seen.

Can you guess which sign above is not in Dunwoody?

The first sign from the left looks like it was newly installed and is located just to the North of the JCC entrance on Tilly Mill; there is no permit attached to the back.  The middle sign comes directly from the TV Show, Seinfeld where Kramer joins the “adopt a highway” program, but his methods are a little unorthodox.  The third sign is located on Mount Vernon, East of Chamblee Dunwoody Rd across from the Dunwoody Farmhouse and it has a permit sticker identifying September 2008.

As per the Crier, a federal lawsuit was filed last week against the City of Dunwoody because the city refused to grant an Adopt-A-Spot beautification program to an individual who wanted to use the program for a political purpose.

Kramer was last seen hiding in Jerry's apartment in order to make sure that he isn't served with a subpoena.

Unfortunately for him, if I was a process server; Jerry's apartment would be the first place I would look.

1 comment:

Sight Edman said...

But if you were the Dunwoody PD, Jerry's apartment is the LAST place you would look because they're too close.