Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Trump Sign 58,000 square feet appears in Michigan - An Alien Conspiracy?

Another Adorable Deplorable

No debate over his support: Michigan homeowner mows  58,000 square-foot TRUMP sign into his lawn

  • Wally Maslowsky is a General Motors retiree who lives in rural Almont
  • He decided to cut 'TRUMP' into his grass in 176-feet-high letters
  • It took four to five hours over the weekend to complete  

A retired Michigan man decided it wasn't enough to put a Donald Trump campaign sign in his front yard to show his support for the controversial Republican candidate.

Instead, Almont resident Wally Maslowsky, decided to mow 'TRUMP' in huge letters into the grass of his 8-acre lawn in Lapeer County.

Drone footage taken from the air shows how expansive the sign spreads across the land.

Measured from the front of the 'T' to the back of the 'P', is 330 feet, while the letters are 176-feet high, making the entire creation over 58,000 square feet, Maslowsky told CBS Detroit 

Maslowsky worked at General Motors before retiring, and came up with the idea during his spare time gardening.  

'I was cutting out there one day and I said, well, it would be pretty neat to put a sign in here,' he told CBS.

'Being that I've got a design background I just kind of came in the house and laid it out and plotted some points kinda like you're doing a survey when you're laying out a basement for a house.' 

Maslowsky says the project took about four or five hours over the weekend to complete.

Maslowsky told the station that there is a lot of support for Donald Trump in the area around Almont. 

Hillary Clinton still leads Trump 38%-35% in Michigan, according to the latest polls.
'I decided, well, I could do this; so just for the heck of it I did it,' Maslowsky said. 

'I mean, that's what retired people do to keep busy, right? …Either that or sit in front of the TV and get old.'

Maslowsky said he didn't think the sign would become a big deal, until his daughter-in-law posted pictures of what he had done to Twitter.

'And I said, well, you know, I didn't do this for the news or anything, I'm not looking for any kind of publicity, and she says, ''Well, why'd you do it?''

'I said, just for fun, just to do it! Let the planes see it when they fly over.'

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