Matters of questionable taste are right up the good Doctor's alley, and this response from the September 2013 issue is no exception.
Every fall, when driving Great Aunt Sally to CVG to catch her flight to Miami, we notice a sign/sculpture on I-275 advertising a business park near the airport. The sign looks EXACTLY like the tail end of an aircraft crashed into a lake. Every time the sign comes into view, GA Sally loses all composure and requires two big glasses of gin before boarding. What’s the deal with this plane wreck image near an airport? —Concerned NephewDear Nephew:The Doctor believes you need to call on the services of Frank Chicanery CPA, the Doctor’s highly reliable if frighteningly expensive forensic accountant, for some discreet rummaging around in Great Aunt Sally’s financial records. Dollars will get you doughnuts that somewhere in the expenses column Frank will find reimbursements to a graphic designer, a billboard firm, and a desperately cash-starved business park. Your great aunt has been playing you like a Stradivarius, setting up that situation calling for the belts of Beefeater, and you fall for it every time. Try River Road and the Anderson Ferry, then take Petersburg Road to Terminal Drive, bypassing the scam completely.
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