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Billboard Liberation Front Hits Wachovia

The Billboard Liberation Front has partnered with Wachovia to release a daring advertising campaign.

The Billboard Liberation Front has partnered with Wachovia to release a daring advertising campaign that celebrates Wachovia’s new money management strategy. This campaign emphasizes the silver lining in the economic storm front now threatening to swamp our economy as well as our individual fiscal inner tubes.

Read the complete press release at the Billboard Liberation Front website.

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Anonymous

WOW that has to be one of the cooliest things i have seen all day! But still is the billboard liberation front really doing anything its great to see things like that but is it great to see because we are so warped that we need some kind of advertising in our lives? even if it is negative, Wouldnt blank billboards everywhere like in san palo be better for America? just a thought.

Anonymous

WOW that has to be one of the cooliest things i have seen all day! But still is the billboard liberation front really doing anything its great to see things like that but is it great to see because we are so warped that we need some kind of advertising in our lives? even if it is negative, Wouldnt blank billboards everywhere like in san palo be better for America? just a thought.

Anonymous

The point is to crate cognitive dissonance through subvertising. Sometimes this type of culture jamming is known as meme hacking or reality hacking.

Anonymous

The point is to crate cognitive dissonance through subvertising. Sometimes this type of culture jamming is known as meme hacking or reality hacking.

Anonymous

You can call it "billboard liberation"; but unless you own the billboard, it's simply a childish act of vandalism.

I like some of the anti-consumerist Adbusters campaigns, such as Buy Nothing Day; but this sort of sophomoric nonsense ruins the whole thing as far as I'm concerned. It makes you all look like a bunch of petty criminals. Stop it.

Anonymous

You can call it "billboard liberation"; but unless you own the billboard, it's simply a childish act of vandalism.

I like some of the anti-consumerist Adbusters campaigns, such as Buy Nothing Day; but this sort of sophomoric nonsense ruins the whole thing as far as I'm concerned. It makes you all look like a bunch of petty criminals. Stop it.

A Human being

Hey, MR.Wet Blanket! It's two decades already since I was a sophomore but still had a good lough. And what's this nonsense about "owning" the bilboard. The kids own the planet it's theirs! and have the right to do what they please. I am sure that when they grow up none of them wil be lawfully brutalising foreigners with assault rifles in some far-eastern desert. Pretty criminal the war is to us and petty borgois mentality is yours to enjoy. Behave yourself and wait till the corporates force your children to fight foreigners to pay tuition fees. That's a an idea of good fun to you? Common, it's called irony

A Human being

Hey, MR.Wet Blanket! It's two decades already since I was a sophomore but still had a good lough. And what's this nonsense about "owning" the bilboard. The kids own the planet it's theirs! and have the right to do what they please. I am sure that when they grow up none of them wil be lawfully brutalising foreigners with assault rifles in some far-eastern desert. Pretty criminal the war is to us and petty borgois mentality is yours to enjoy. Behave yourself and wait till the corporates force your children to fight foreigners to pay tuition fees. That's a an idea of good fun to you? Common, it's called irony

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