This fun Odd Pueblo feature asks the audience to rate a trend, topic or sighting of something around town: is it snappy or crappy?
The last snappy or crappy, fast food sign landscape, was dripping with greasy crappy votes. The majority of 50 percent gave it a crappy, while 13 percent voted snappy, 25 percent opted for the snap/crap option and 9 percent said they were too busy picking between extra large fries and onion rings to decide.
The latest snappy or crappy brings us another landmark, this one on East Fort Lowell Road: two big balls.
This pair of giant, concrete spheres sits outside Cantera Carved Stone, on Fort Lowell just east of North Alvernon Way.
Perhaps the marketing team read that advertising manual that said sex sells.
Sex is used to sell everything – from beer to horse racing, from coffee to cars, from vacuums to toilet paper. Yes, toilet paper.
And now it’s being used as a ploy to sell cold slabs of massive concrete.
Not only could such a ploy distract the already distracted Tucson drivers, but it didn’t seem to sell the spheres.
They are still there, after all.
What do you think?
Please vote snappy or crappy below.
Will you be investing in concrete slabs anytime soon?
Please note: Ryn is out riding a train this morning for train safety story coming soon on Rynski’s Blogski. Will respond to any comments upon my return. Thanks!