PETER ROST: PHARMA MARKETING EXPERT WITNESS. AWP, MEDICAL DEVICE EXPERT.: Boston: A joke.
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Boston: A joke.

No one could have avoided hearing about how Boston was shut down by some neon sign guerilla marketing for a television cartoon. The Boston police suspected the neon signs were bombs.

Funny, same thing didn't happen in any of the other cities with the same neon signs. In fact, these neon signs, used to promote the Cartoon Network (called the Mooninites), have been featured in ten other cities for the past three weeks, all without creating a single incident.

Conclusion: In the future Boston is the #1 terrorist target. After all, if the Boston police thinks neon signs of cartoon characters are bombs, then, hey, maybe they think bombs are neon signs.

Here's a video of how Boston came to a grinding halt:



And how the devices were placed:



And here's a very unusual press conference with the "terrorist suspects":

1 Comments:

Blogger Argon said...

It's funny how the "terror" produced by Lite Brites and 8 bit representations of Moon Monsters can get out of hand in old Boston, since that tech has been around since the 60's. I guess they haven't gotten over the fear inspired from Paul Revere riding through the town and waking people up.

I did like the part about the interview having them talk about hair care since it drove home the whole surrealist nature of the story.

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