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Does This Mean Everyone Gets To Fake Up A Nat. Ad?

Does this mean everyone gets to fake up a National ad?


Images and text by Lyndon Hood

What with the poorly-mocked up pre-publicity from Bhatnagar via Farrar, and jamming suggestions coming thick and/or fast, looks like it's open season on annoying, simplistic, disingenuous billboards.

First thing I wanted to say was, if those letters are vinyl (I don't know if they are), they'll pull right off...

... and you could probably re-arrange them too. But I've got a computer and no ladder, so I though I'd do things this way. As a special bonus, they're not all entirely partisan.

And much as people have already got to this territory...

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