A trio of cardboard cutouts overlook the Glendale (2) Freeway. The life-sized versions of John Wayne, Gene Autry and Eastwood stand tall, protective and stiff thanks to Glassell Park resident Justin Stadel. Glendale News-Press says 30-year-old Stadel erected the cutouts “to spur a conversation about public art.”
What’s funny is that the left thinks the joke is on Clint Eastwood.
Hah! Keep thinking that, lefties.
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A life-sized cardboard cutout of actor Clint Eastwood next to an empty chair is seen overlooking a freeway in Glendale, Calif., Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012. The chair is a reference to Eastwood’s 12-minute speech during last week’s Republican National Convention that drew both criticism and praise for Eastwood. Life-sized cardboard cutouts of Eastwood, John Wayne and Gene Autry have been keeping watch over Glendale for months as part of an effort by Los Angeles resident Justin Stadel to spur a conversation about public art. (AP /Reed Saxon)