In Old Bisbee, a bar will often put out flyers for an act that is going to be playing in their bar. The trouble is that sometimes they will put up flyers the day of the event.
The problem isn’t so much the flyers for the night that the band is playing, but the longevity of the flyers. The flyers remain on the wooden poles around town for a month or more. [After all, they are the bulletin boards in town.]
Other times they put up flyers without a date, just a “Tonite” notice. How is the reader to know which date is “Tonite”?
Often I have seen a flyer that I hadn’t seen before only to realize that I am reading yesterday’s news – literally.