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Neil Boorman quests to claim due advertising fees from a brand giant.

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we might as well brand our heads for these businesses...it's true, those who wear branded garments are walking billboards and they are not aesthetically pleasing anyway...i just don't understand why we are slaves wearing slave made clothing?

we might as well brand our heads for these businesses...it's true, those who wear branded garments are walking billboards and they are not aesthetically pleasing anyway...i just don't understand why we are slaves wearing slave made clothing?

It would be hilarious if thousands of people started invoicing Adidas - I feel a flashmob coming on... ;-)

It would be hilarious if thousands of people started invoicing Adidas - I feel a flashmob coming on... ;-)

Nobody forced him to purchase garments emblazoned with a corporate logo. He made a conscious choice with his money to become a walking billboard. While the abundance of subversive marketing and branding these days is dismaying, I see no merit to this particular argument

Nobody forced him to purchase garments emblazoned with a corporate logo. He made a conscious choice with his money to become a walking billboard. While the abundance of subversive marketing and branding these days is dismaying, I see no merit to this particular argument

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