Monday, March 10, 2008
New drug to treat childhood syndrome
The bottle say:
"If they can't see it your way than it is time for Obay"
"These fake pharmaceutical ads began appearing round Souther Ontario early in February. There was much speculation at first as to who was behind the ads. There was no obvious provenance on the ad pieces themselves. Suspected culprits ranged from the Church of Scientology to street artist Frank Fairey (aka OBEY). On February 15th, Colleges Ontario fessed up and then unveiled the 2nd phase of the campaign on February 25th. The general point of the campaign was to encourage parents to let their kids make up their own minds about pursuing post-secondary education and more specifically to consider a college of applied arts and technology as an alternative to university, evidently something most parents were reluctant to do according to Colleges Ontario."
Thanks Jan Hunt ( Naturalchild.com) for the e-mail!