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  1. Barbarella
    May 26, 2018 @ 10:56 am

    Why do humans have to ruin everything and everywhere they go? This is why I see humanity as a *parasite* on this (once) beautiful planet. We just destroy everything by building roads through perfect landscapes, cutting down the rain forests, polluting our oceans and air, and doing crap like this everywhere people go! Humanity is like a cancer eating away at Mother Earth, destroying everything, and breeding uncontrollably, even though we know the planet is already overpopulated. Everybody always thinks small scale and selfishly, nobody seems to see the bigger picture that we actually need to protect and *respect* the living organism (planet earth) that we are living on. It’s the only one we have.

    Ok, that went a bit off subject, but yes, get rid of those darn things! They looked cute when there were just a few of them, but now it’s all gone totally overboard!

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  2. Paula Myers
    June 14, 2018 @ 10:13 pm

    I’m fumin I’m gonna go back put mine back up nothin but harmless fun u bunch of horrible miserable people

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  3. Mike F
    June 15, 2018 @ 3:06 pm

    Did you miss the part about the practice being ILLEGAL Paula!

    Tell you what, how about you place one on your own property where you can do what you like without breaking the law and look at it every day.

    Or, perhaps you can let everyone who disapproves of this illegal defacement of public property know where you live so we can come and deface your town if you love the damned things so much.

    It’ll save those of us who live here having to look at your tacky crap!

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  4. Jeff Dean
    June 16, 2018 @ 1:17 pm

    Bah, Humbug to those who object to some harmless fun. What harm did it do to anyone?

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    • Elle Draper
      June 16, 2018 @ 1:32 pm

      Regardless of anyone’s feelings on the matter – it’s not permitted.
      Perhaps you could provide a fence outside your home/office so that people can display their “expressions of love” there instead.

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  5. Donna
    October 26, 2018 @ 2:50 pm

    Great. I also find this practice really annoying and selfish. And usually, there are placed in places of natural beauty, totally spoiling the scenery. I hope other towns follow suit.

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  6. Gemma
    March 24, 2019 @ 10:55 am

    I feel like in grand the scheme of things this is a very minor thing to actually let bother you. It’s a little symbol of people celebrating there love which is refreshing and beautiful. Rather than the hate that is driving force in the media.
    To be honest I think that’s a cracking Mike F having one in my garden. I welcome you to put one to see if we can’t light the spark in your heart for it.
    But hey, the joys opinions. we all have one.

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    • Alan Gandy
      March 25, 2019 @ 5:22 pm

      Obviously you absolutely have me sussed out in that writing this one article about vacuous vandalism by NIMBYs (now a finable offence in Playa Blanca). I don’t have the time or brain capacity to also be concerned about the global rise of the far right and the resulting xenophobia, climate change, the crazy orange Bond villain with his finger on the big red button, Brexshit and the economic self destruction in the UK accompanied by the systematic destruction of the NHS, or closer to home for me the number of votes the far right Vox party polled in the last elections here in Andalusia…

      If only I was clever enough to have multiple opinions on both the big issues and the trivial…. ;)

      Would love to see a picture of your garden when you’ve installed your love lock sanctuary. :)

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