Austin White People stickers the work of… OK. Imagine ‘Austin hipster lawyer.’

Got it in your head?  Good.  Mind the language:

You’re amazed at just how well you pegged how an Austin hipster lawyer would look, right? Another link, this time from KXAN:

An Austin lawyer is claiming responsibility for several stickers placed on East Austin businesses that claimed they were “exclusively for white people.”

Adam Reposa posted the video on YouTube and made a statement onFacebook saying he was trying promote the issue of gentrification in East Austin.

…Man.  White people.

Moe Lane

PS: Hey!  They themselves keep saying Keep Austin Weird.  This is one of the things that happens when you keep Austin weird.


  • midwestconservative says:

    This dude sounds completely rational.

  • acat says:

    White humans. Dayum.

  • Mikey NTH says:

    I was wrong.

    It wasn’t the local politician.

    It was an arrested (likely many times) adolescent (mentally speaking).

  • qixlqatl says:

    Duuuude! Smoke another one!!

  • Cameron says:

    he was trying promote the issue of gentrification in East Austin.
    OK, my prediction earlier was “wanted to start a dialogue.” Does that count?
    And yes…white people be crazy.

  • Outback_Jon says:

    OK, so a lawyer intentionally vandalizing business with racist stickers. I hope someone is complaining to the State Bar Association of Texas.

    • acat says:

      That .. is actually a really good point .. under “Broken Window theory”**
      ** Giuliani’s window theory, not to be confused with Bastiat’s

  • Herp McDerp says:

    My! Isn’t he just full of … himself.
    I’m completely unable to comprehend the magnitude of his moral superiority over us peasants … but I’m sure that he’ll continue to attempt to explain it to us.
    And Outback_John’s idea definitely is worth pursuing. I’ll bet the state bar association will be interested in learning how wonderful he is. No doubt they’ll give him some sort of medal or award.

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