One day, as I was strolling through the neighborhood, whistling a happy tune, I noticed a sign by the side of the road, and I thought to myself, "How very thoughtful for someone to have taken the time to put up a sign like that. And how ingenious. It looked as though all it took was a piece of cardboard, some paint, and a little creativity."
I then thought about all of the lies that the media have been dumping into the eyes and ears of the people of this great nation of ours. I thought how sad it is that they can get away with it simply because they have more money than everyone else. It just doesn't seem fair (or balanced).
The final thought that occurred to me while looking at this simple, yet poetic message was that other people across the land could be doing this and should be doing this. Hell, even I should be doing it. (Pardon my salty language, boys and girls. Please avert your eyes.)
A friend referred me to the website where this freewayblogger posts pictures of his work and discovered that there is in fact a movement and that there are, to my relief, other people across the country putting signs up alongside the highways and byways of this great land.
I decided it was time to stop sitting there, complaining about how my government behaves and get up and do something about it. I discovered the instructions on how to participate in this "freewayblogging" and am delighted to share my results with all of you nice boys and girls.
Please take the time to leave a thoughtful comment. Mr. Rogers loves comments, even if they aren't flattering to Mr. Rogers.
Here is the media in your neighborhood:
Here is the media in Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood: