By Dave Cooper
In March I wrote an essay for North of Center about the excessive amount of outdoor advertising along New Circle Road in northeast Lexington. My little screed, entitled “No more tube dancers!” was fun for me to write because I enjoy spreading awareness about the many insidious manifestations of our society’s corporatization.
Tube dancers are an advertising gimmick used by car dealers, check cashing firms, and other retail-oriented companies to attract the attention of motorists. They are tall, brightly-colored, fan-powered “men” that wave and flail their arms as the traffic roars past. I hate those things.