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01/23/2006

Homeowners have difficulty keeping 'Gaywood' up

by Jeremy Hooper

Residents of Alamo, California's Gaywood Road say that the street sign bearing their paved path's moniker has been pulled off of its pole four times in recent memory, leaving the private area's homeowners with the bill to resurrect the wooden guidepost. Marking the first time in history in which longer nails might actually be helpful in keeping Gay Wood erect; usually they just scratch and kill the mood.

Despite the annoyance, residents say they plan to keep the name, pleasing the area's homosexual lumber enthusiasts greatly.

'Gaywood' residents tired of street-sign thefts [Contra Costa Times]
Thieves Keep Stealing Alamo's 'Gaywood Rd.' Sign [CBS5.com]

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