The term POS has a couple of meanings. If you are in the restaurant business, it may refer to the machine (Point of Sale) you enter your orders into. If you are in the Navy, it may be short for several Petty Officers, as in PO’s. But if you are in the graffiti bizness, it may refer to your fellow taggers who deface an American flag. POS, as in piece of shiite:
Shock was my first reaction,” said resident Abe Porter. “I couldn’t believe how disrespectful someone could be to destroy our flag.”
After airing the story Sunday morning about 6:30 a.m. on the KTLA 5 Weekend News, anchors Chris Burrous and Wenedy Burch (sic Wendy Burch?) put out a call for help to viewers, asking for someone to step forward and help paint over the graffiti.
Two men, living more than 60 miles away, heard the call and decided to come help. Bart Avery, owner of Bravery Brewing Company, and Barry White, owner Carpeteria, both of Lancaster, knew they had to help.
Barry White? Is that not the guy who sings an octave below bass?