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Mr. Laz
06-28-2010, 01:42 PM
My Life, My Death, My Billboard (http://www.billboardliberation.com/2010/06/28/my-life-my-death-my-billboard/)

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 27, 2010
San Francisco

The Billboard Liberation Front (BLF) is honored to announce a new marketing partnership with Philip Morris (PM) that finally brings together the rugged sense of American independence with your most important choice as a consumer: your death. The message of “My Life. My Death. My Choice.” informs and empowers the consumer to choose, as their god given right, how they want to die. Philip Morris brings this message to the consumer to remind them that some rights are inalienable in life as they are in death.

“We’ve always said that the only two things in life that are unavoidable are death and taxes,” commented Michael E. Szymanczyk, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Philip Morris. “This campaign drives home that message where, if you are gonna die, might as well do it on your terms. Just like our Marlboro Men did.” According to Patrick B. Smelt, Chief of Marketing, “This bold message of independence and demanding life and death on your terms fits with the current zeitgeist of anti- establishmentarianism and post-post-modern rage at the repressive state demanding a healthier you and your environment.”

The BLF was honored to accept this exciting challenge. “We have no comment on President Obama’s health care reform, but many consumer of Philip Morris’s products do. We felt that this campaign picks up on a widespread rage that some nameless, faceless bureaucrat might give them cheaper health care, preventative treatment, and maybe deny them the sweet release we are all seeking,” said Rico T. Spoons, BLF Director of Offense as he idly drew a razorblade across his wrists. “This oppressive political climate and fascist approach towards health raises the comforting question of ‘how will you end it all?’ I like to think that we are just giving some poor folks a reminder that Philip Morris will always be there to help kill you.”

All former Marlboro Men, Wayne McLaren, David McLean and Dick Hammer, were unavailable for comment due to their rugged, manly choice of death by lung cancer.

Sweet Daddy Hate
06-28-2010, 02:19 PM
I smell Onion.

Mr. Flopnuts
06-28-2010, 02:21 PM
Fighting back is feeble. You're outnumbered as smokers by about a 4 to 1 margin. Once gubberment realized that the way to turn every one against you was by shifting their tax burdens onto you, you were fucked and never had a chance.

That said, I sure am happy to be a non smoker these days. I have money, and I can breathe!

Sweet Daddy Hate
06-28-2010, 02:25 PM
Fighting back is feeble. You're outnumbered as smokers by about a 4 to 1 margin. Once gubberment realized that the way to turn every one against you was by shifting their tax burdens onto you, you were fucked and never had a chance.

That said, I sure am happy to be a non smoker these days. I have money, and I can breathe!

And they doubled the price of tobacco, so fuck these people. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna' go light one up.

Thx!

Frazod
06-28-2010, 03:57 PM
Nice, but I would add a photo of some fat guy blowing smoke in a yuppie's face. LMAO

LaChapelle
06-28-2010, 10:34 PM
Chesterfield Defiance
Creve Coeur
St Peters Harvester

Willie Lanier
06-28-2010, 10:36 PM
Someone go find Rob ReinerROFL

Buck
06-28-2010, 11:51 PM
inb4 the move to DC

Saccopoo
06-29-2010, 01:09 AM
Fighting back is feeble. You're outnumbered as smokers by about a 4 to 1 margin. Once gubberment realized that the way to turn every one against you was by shifting their tax burdens onto you, you were ****ed and never had a chance.

That said, I sure am happy to be a non smoker these days. I have money, and I can breathe!

For now. You never grow back the cilia in your lungs and your lung capacity and efficiency will be permanently reduced regardless if you quit now or when you are 97 if you've smoked for any significant time (more than five years - maybe less).

When you hit your mid-60's and start to get pneumonia on a regular basis and start to have sleep apnea and have to be on an oxygen tank full time, you'll really appreciate those years of filling your lungs with burning, poisonous smoke.

Rausch
06-29-2010, 07:53 AM
Nice, but I would add a photo of some fat guy blowing smoke in a yuppie's face. LMAO

LMAO

Or this:

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