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Published/Aired: 
October 2008
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To view more of the campaign, visit http://www.thingsarefine.org

Advertising Agency: Borders Perrin Norrander, Portland, USA
Art directors: Jeremy Boland, Nick Kamei
Copywriters: John Heinsma, Bem Jimmerson
Creative Director: Terry Schneider
Illustration: Eric Stevens/Tower of Babel & Jeremy Boland

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corporatism

Amsterdam, The Netherlands's picture
Amsterdam, The ...

Beautiful!

Mandark's picture
Mandark
Activity Score 407

do those numbers mean anything? I would have put 700.000.000 the money the US Govenment put down to save those banks...

"U think it's perfect?! Press delete and start again!"

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You need to watch what you say to people

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Crisp One
Activity Score 2005

you need to get an account

mondo's picture
mondo
Activity Score 142

things are not fine the way they are!

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Wyvie
Activity Score 76

Dude... that's the point.

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sean_kladek
Activity Score 12

I'm not sure I understand this one. The bar code to me symbolizes consumerism which can drive the economy. It seems this one is saying that is a problem, when I'm not sure that it is.

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Crisp One
Activity Score 2005

this one is stolen....seen this image type everywhere on the net.

Consumerism isnt bad, without regulation it is.

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My take is U.S for sale....

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tantrik_indian
Activity Score 953

I think you got it right, guest.

~~this paranoid survived!~~

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corporatism

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