Does anyone know what these signs are supposed to mean? And why this stranger(s) seems so concerned with my dining habits?
PHOTO: detail of Eat at Home and Mark of the Beast by pjpink
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RT @fanofthefan: “Eat at Home”? http://t.co/OyxTbt8uwa
Been curious about these for months RT @fanofthefan: “Eat at Home”? http://t.co/mTdOfK17rY #rva
Ive been wondering as well. Seen all the way up to DC RT @fanofthefan: “Eat at Home”? http://t.co/KnzZxMNb0S #rvadine
RT @fanofthefan: “Eat at Home”? http://t.co/mJqgMG7agK #rvadine
@fanofthefan it’s Kroger’s owners…
RT @fanofthefan: Know anything about the EAT AT HOME stickers? http://t.co/94p2u7uz36 #rvadine
@fanofthefan Eat at home? http://t.co/AkxskLubAk
@fanofthefan a guy with great bravado slapped a sticker on Deep Groove’s candy machine right in front on me & Jay. We were a tad stunned.
@fanofthefan The first link posted regarding the in-home chef, Thea McKenzie, appears to be responsible. FB: https://t.co/tOo0lBLa2U
@yoR7miT I have a hard time seeing that as a real connection. Also, I just plain want it to be more interesting :)
@fanofthefan Conspiracy theories? It’s a warning from Kim Jong-un. Austin, TX is too far for his nukes. Richmond is closest hipster city.
If I was to look deeply into it I would say: “Eat at Home” is a Paul McCartney song off his album “Ram.” Ram is the VCU mascot, VCU shares a baseball facility with the Flying Squirrels, the flying squirrels held a “Bacon appreciation night.” Kevin Bacon. Kevin Bacon is responsible for the stickers.
@the_analyzer – you’re exactly right, I knew it.
HOLMBERG: What’s up with the ‘Eat At Home’ stickers and spray paint?
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