Tagged: noticing things
I noticed something that is bothering me. Many jewish companies use advertising posters to promote their services whether tzedekas or concerts, etc… But what I have noticed is, many are placed on private property. Have these companies asked reshus/permission, to place the posters on the windows or bricks. For example, there is a store on Coney island for rent and these advertisers, think they have free reign to put the up posters. Do these companies not realize the damage the masking tape does to surfaces. Who do they thinki has to pay for the removal of the damage done by the adhesive. I was just wondering is this not issur to do? I am sure if the owners were asked they would never permit such defacement to their property. Are the advertisers gonna take responbility for the damages caused?? What do you think about this?
Why does it bother you?
I am not a property owner, but if I was, I think I would be upset. I think it is a form of defacement. Or maybe these organzations, just never considered the property damage to building owners who have to pay the expense to have the adhesives removed. Since when did it become “kosher” to ruin peoples property?
It’s taking advantage of someone else’s property and littering (as buildings with posters, placards, etc. tend to look sloppier and messier than other buildings and make the whole place look more rundown).