In today's Philadelphia Daily News article
is an interesting remark from Al Slafman:
Slafman said bandit signs were effective at first but he no longer uses them.
Really? He could have fooled us. It wasn't but 3 months ago that the Fishtown neighborhood was plastered with the 7 seconds" signs
, but they've since dropped off after residents quickly removed them.
It's not like these signs are difficult to track, or anything.
Now in Point Breeze we're seeing a cruder design printed on card stock
. The phone number traces back to Al Slafman again, and it matches door flyers that have been seen in various neighborhoods that trace back. While the door flyers are legal and there's not much that can be done about that, the cardstock bandit signs are no different than Coroplast and are still absolutely 100% illegal.
Al also takes issue that his personal information is posted here on BanditProject for all to see. Well Al, if it weren't for this stack of lawsuits:
Yes, the City (and others) sued Al this many times.
... your personal information wouldn't be available for anyone to find. Here's an idea: If you want us to stop writing about you, then stop putting up bandit signs! Wow that's so easy, isn't it!
If you do post bandit signs and then get upset that you're called out on here, please take this as professional advice: snort my taint.