Genital streets signs have been taking over Tremont for the past several weeks. Though wind and/or God-fearing concerned citizens have removed some of the handiest of this local prankster's handiwork, "College and Dong" is an intersection that still exists, as of Tuesday evening.
Cleveland.com reports that the department is investigating, though that seems like a waste of time and effort.
Gabe Spiegel, for his part, said almost immediately after that it "didn't really turn out like I envisioned."
"I don't know if Trump supporters will like it or whether it would change anyone's mind," he said. "Maybe someone would look at it and think, 'Yeah, this guy is a dick and I'm a dick for helping him win.'"
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