My neighborhood has been blanketed with anti-Prop. 1 literature. I received two door-knob hangers from the Sierra Club. One shows a worried-looking polar bear with the headline: "Make our politicians come up with a new plan that doesn't make global warming worse." They could have used the old National Lampoon cover strategy and pointed a gun to its head saying, "Vote against Prop. 1 or this bear dies!" But that might have proved a little less than subtle. In the even subtler department, the hole in the hanging piece is punched through an image of the earth, which serves as a cute reminder in case you've forgotten about the ozone hole. A second piece from the Sierra Club of Washington's PAC lists their endorsements: Alec Fisken and Gael Tarleton for Port Commission, Bill Sherman for King County Prosecutor, Tim Burgess for City Council, and No votes on Prop 1 and Tim Eyman's I-960. It lays out the club's case against Prop. 1 as a simple formula: "182 miles of new highways = more global warming." The Sierra Clubbers are clearly not NIMBYs but NOMPs: "Not on my planet!" A third brochure on my doorstep shows a Photoshopped image of a new, expanded Highway 520 blasting 15-lanes through Montlake. It includes the Union Bay bypass bridge. The piece echos some of the Sierra Club points, but focusses on 520 plans. It raises an issue too many people are ignoring in the rush to road-build: The Arboretum wetlands get hosed with an expanded highway. The visual message: Prop. 1 will unleash a big, concrete Arboretum-eater. The piece is from Neighbors Opposing Prop. 1 (NoProp1.org) which gives its address as 2500 Canterbury Lane East. That's in north Madison Park. Which means it is not a NIMBY group because an expanded 520 won't be in their back yard. It'll be in their front yard. So call them NIMFYs if you must, but they have a front row seat on what Prop. 1 could mean to their neighborhood.