Frank's* answers are usually full of quotable P.R. rhetoric. The simplest yes or no answer is stated as a "Thank you for your question," followed by a minimum of a hundred words about who answered the question for him, how they arrived at this particular answer, and so on. They read like mini-press releases.
The most recent edition of Ask Frank!** features a question about the lamp posts in the parking lot at one of the Milwaukee-area locations:
"Is it possible that the lamp posts could be covered with some sort of low-friction plastic to avoid damage to vehicles? Even the smallest dent or scratch can cost a great deal to repair."Frank's eloquent, soundbyte-worthy, hundred plus-word response?
"At this time there is no plan to cover the lamp posts in plastic."Translation:
"Stop driving like an idiot, idiot."
* Actually his real name.
** Not its real title.