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LA 5 SF 1 Giants Suck Go Dodgers LATACO.COM

If you were at the stadium for opening day, hopefully you saw our message. While some say it's petty to respond to our enemies to the North, we just couldn't sit back and let the Giants fans have the last word on Opening Day in our house. In case you weren't sure what LA 5, SF 1 means, it's because the Dodgers in Los Angeles have five glorious world championships, while the lowly Gnats have just the one. Bill Shaikin of the LA Times covered the battle of the skies and seemingly delighted in our counter-offensive, but also elided the crude and promotional part of our message, which was Giants Suck! and lataco.com-- the one site in this city that cares about you.


Pilot Michael of Tom King Aerial

Huge, massive thanks to new good friends at Tom King Aerial, who worked with us to make this affordable. Did you hear about the banner? That's the kind of buzz that aerial advertising can deliver, and the only choice is Tom King Aerial. Seriously, why would you go anywhere else? Tom King Aerial cares about Los Angeles and was willing to make this happen despite the fact that LA TACO runs on less then a shoestring budget.

If you got pictures of the banner, please drop a link to them in the comments.

GO DODGERS!!!

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