A group that taps humor and risque comments in a popular card game is reaching out to Metro Detroiters with a serious message via old-school advertising.
The Nuisance Committee, based in Chicago, recently placed an anti-Donald Trump billboard along westbound Interstate 94 near Dearborn. It's expected to stay up through Election Day.
Written mostly in Arabic, the sign reads: "Donald Trump, he can't read this, but he is scared of it anyway," according to Kitty Kurth, spokeswoman for the Nuisance Committee, which was started by founders of the game Cards Against Humanity.
"It's tongue-in-cheek with a serious message behind the comedy."