his undershirt on Business Route 309 (coming from Kmart toward Sheetz), and some (likely suckholes) are now claiming, that new business might not want to come here as a result of the billboard, because of the negative light that it casts.
Imagine that folks, it’s A billboard, (highlighting the king pilfering gas in his undershirt) that allegedly disrupted the massive line of new economic growth, that must have been lurking about (possibly stuck in traffic on Interstate 81).
Forget about the Murder-A-Month Club, and the oh so low crime rate that’s acting like a deterrent, and lets blame a billboard, but whatever you do, don’t look to the King, and ask, hey why are you stealing gas in your undershirt?
Wake Up Wilkes Barre
Shortly after the Taxpayers unveiled their Billboard this week the King spoke out on the Sue Henry show: "I am the King, and I was the first to admit that I took gas, and after all... who is going to stop the King?"
Really Wake Up Wilkes Barre