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PostSubject: How2 Pass Out Fliers   Mon Sep 26, 2011 5:59 pm

I had posted this on the old forum and i got my dick sucked some time back for some time share.. Its pretty useful for tips on where to go and your rights while passing out fliers.




Rural areas: Mailboxes are still off limits, but in many cases, there are receptacles for newspapers near the mailbox. Those are fair game. If none is present, you could tape the flyer to a fence post.

Apartment complexes: Some have security patrols, some don't. You can leave flyers on doors or on cars. If a guard orders you to leave, just go somewhere else.

Gated communities are virtually impenetrable. If you have to pass through a gate to enter a community, you might as well not even try to enter. Some trailer parks are also posted, "No Trespassing." To reach places like those, about all you can do is buy a mailing list from the post office and cough up the money to buy stamps and mail flyers to them.

Parking lots: More efficient (less walking per flyer), and spreads the flyers more widely, as drivers go home. Here are some cautions: Most parking lots are private property. The owner has the right to order you off the property, and even permanantly bar you from the premises if he chooses.

Shopping malls almost always have security and little girls roving the parking lot, and tend to be very strict about any activity other than shopping. Don't even think of trying to pass out flyers at a mall. The same goes for factories. You might get away with it at an office park.

Strip shopping centers have the same rights as a mall, but tend to be a bit more lenient about enforcing them. The more upscale a center is, the more strict they tend to be. If they have signs posted forbidding distibuting literature, you'd better go somewhere else.

Stand alone stores also have the same rights. They tend to order people to stop passing out literature.

Municipal parking lots and curbside parking are usually fair game for passing out flyers. Parking lots at public parks are also the same. Just leave the flyer under the windshield wiper, or toss it in any open window.

Shopping center parking lots are okay if the parking that day is for a special event (like Independence Day fireworks).

Churches have the right to order you away from their parking lots, but rarely have anyone monitoring them

Bus stops and public sidewalks are fair game for distributing flyers. Any place that is a public right of way is a place where you have the RIGHT to pass out flyers. As long as you are not blocking traffic or creating a hazard, it is illegal for anyone (including police) to order you to stop passing out flyers in a public right of way. If they do, you have solid ground for a lawsuit (which you should do, to protect this right for all of us).

Schools are also a place where you have the RIGHT to pass out flyers (as long as you stay on the sidewalk by the street, where it is a public right of way). If the school tries to stop you, the "forbidden fruit" psychology will make the students intensely want what you're passing out.

Some areas have kiosks in the middle of the sidewalk. Those are great places to post flyers.

You can also keep some flyers with you (in your car or in a coat pocket) at all times and leave them at "targets of opportunity." Flyers can be left anyplace where people spend time waiting, such as:

laundromats
barber shops
beauty parlors
doctor, dentist offices
bus, train stations
airports
buses and trains (on the seat)
airplanes (in the pouch, with the in-flight magazine)
fast food restaurants (on the seat)
libraries (tucked inside a book)
phone booths
and rest rooms.

Sheets of "sticky dots" (press apply labels, from any office supply store) are easy to carry, and convenient for sticking flyers up on the back of the stall door in public rest rooms, or many other places.

General tips:
Be careful to not get in anyone's way. If you block anyone's access to anything, you can expect to be arrested.

If anyone tells you they don't want a flyer, don't argue. Just move on.

If a car alarm goes off on you, calmly move away. Don't panic or run. That would make you look guilty. Stay calm, and it will be obvious to anyone watching that you're only passing out flyers, and not out to steal anything.

If you're ever ordered to stop:
If you're on private property, leave. Don't argue. You have no basis for any argument.

If you're on public property (specifically, a public right of way) (as long as you're not making traffic back up) tell the officer, "It is illegal for you to give that order. If you enforce it, you will lose a lawsuit." If he arrests you, do not resist arrest. Just tell him, "I guess you're just going to have to find out the hard way."

Note: Some public property is not a public right of way. For example, a county fair has the legal right to expel you if you walk the aisles passing out flyers.

Legal help is available to those wrongfully arrested while passing out flyers. Often, a call from a lawyer is enough to get any charges dropped.
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