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poop is constructive enough in this case.
Well, the whole point is to enlight tricky on *why* Darren thinks it's poop. Poop alone doesn't help him much now does it.
On the ad. I don't think showing these gruesome images are doing anything to people anymore. Yes, these are horrible events, but all they do is evoke anger. You need to offer an insight and possible a solution and call to action.
Btw, isn't it better to forget? To forgive? To start with a blank page?
Ivan Raszl, admin of AotW
This isn't that bad. Not poop anyway (totally disagree with Captain America up there). Change the font for starters...
"Sex sells. Truth even better." - A friend
I quote my friends: "Sex sells. Truth even better."
No, politicians should be reminded of their sins until they learn how silly they were, and start figuring out a way to solve the planet's conflicts in a better way.
The ad doesn't encourage anger on somebody in particular, but on "war". war is the enemy, "not others". The ad says "stop killing" and that's an aim by itself.
by the way, maybe we can ommmit "Qana", and talk about the humanity disasters in general... otherwise, we'll be talking about Bosnia, Somalia, argentina, Iraq, Spain.... SEPARATELY... We are all People of the World, children of Adam (or cousins for the evolutionists).
nautlylus i totally argree
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the thing is with social-campaigns.. it's not surprising anymore.. tell me something new in a original way about the new Toyota Yaris, then I'm impressed. in other words, it's not so difficult to sell a better world..
so we dont forget ....http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=51519
I think the idea/copy could be worked into something nice. This execution isn't a good approach. You have a strong idea in your copy, you need to bend that back upon itself with your image. Make people double-take. Make their brain bridge the gap.