Photos: Top ten jobs for soon-to-be-unemployed medical marijuana sign spinners
Next Monday, despite threats of a lawsuit, the Denver City Council seems all but certain to impose a ban on medical marijuana outdoor advertising -- a proposal that seems to have been almost entirely motivated by antipathy toward sign spinners.
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If the council lowers the boom, how will these MMJ spinners use their skills in the future? We've got ten ideas.
Number 10: School crossing guard
This is a profession that could definitely use an infusion of style. Just be careful not to spin the sign at the wrong moment and accidentally direct the kids into the intersection.
Number 9: Karate Sensei
Think about it: Sign spinners have the dexterity, the footwork and the arm strength needed to help students turn that belt black in no time flat. Watch out, large boards! Your days are numbered!
Number 8: Wave starter
Far too many people who try to start waves at games lack the panache to do so, or the staying power to keep people jumping out of their seats long after the fun's over. For those reasons and more, sign spinners would be perfect for the job. The only problem is figuring out how to get paid for it.
Number 7: Plane director
Go left! Go right! Circle around that 747! Just imagine how well a sign spinner could control the ground on an airport taxi area -- and how cool it would look from the air.
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