About a year ago, I wrote a story about a campaign sign for failed Congressional candidate Tan Nguyen that stood on a phone pole on the corner of 17th and Durant streets in SanTana long after losing to Loretta Sanchez.
The sign stood for months after we published article–like, this past fall afterwards. Like, I didn't have any doubt about where that sign would be when I walked by 17th and Durant today. Imagine my surprise, then, when the Nguyen sign was no longer there. But, in his campaign's everlasting ineptitude, a sliver of the South Vietnam yellow-colored sign remained, along with the letter N.
Even in defeat, Nguyen can only half-ass his way out of our lives once and for all.