Image Macros are like a true product of the internet. So what I thought I'd do was I'd go to Kinko's and make some HUEG copies of some clever and anti-establishment and anti-police-state image macros that have both logic and comedy in them and paste them around town. I want to do this because if the giant media bullshitters get to put up huge billboards and throttle us mercilessly with advertisements and pro-establishment propaganda and false questions, then we ought to be able to do the same shit back.
Prime targets to be image macro'd are as follows:
- Campaign posters - Advertising signs that are attached to gas station pumps - Advertisements in general such as billboards - Blank walls that a lot of people will see - Property of banks, or signs for banks
I'm sick of how the average citizen only hears the false stories of our corporate overlords when really they need to hear from other real every-day people who don't make a shit ton of money off of disinformation. My only thing is I don't know how to fasten huge posters to their targets. Maybe spray-on glue?
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Although its messy, time-consuming, and I hate the stuff, if you can make super glue work it would be a good choice. Especially if you coat the entire backside of the poster with it, seeing as how it will both both messy and nearly impossible to fully remove.
It sounds a lot dirtier than it is, but basically you just select an image and it prints it out on lots of 8x11 papers which you just paste together, and it uses dots of different sizes to save on ink. From far away, you can tell what they are, and the parameters let you print images up to something like 56 feet long.