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Monthly Archives: February 2012
North Dakota’s tourism director says an ad that showed two young men ogling a group of women on a Fargo sidewalk wasn’t meant to be provocative. […] The text of the ad says: “Drinks, dinner, decisions. Arrive a guest. Leave … Continue reading
Reuters, January 10—In an historical political move, the marketing team of Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has launched a diabolical nationwide public bathroom advertising campaign against President Barack Obama. An anonymous Romney spokesperson says the hot air hand dryer stickers … Continue reading
Just co-opting and important historical event or equating Black Panthers to dirty toilets?
I have clear memories of from my childhood of the Mountain Dew and Burger King logos and the shape of the Kraft cheese jars.
The snow photo started as a joke between friends, because we were fed up with people getting excited over a little flutter of snow, so we were posting old photos of deep snow and saying it was this week in … Continue reading