May 19, 2008

Canadians convinced web existed 3,000 years ago

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These ads for Travel Alberta are currently on display in MUNI stations across San Francisco. The copy reads, "who knew blogging was so popular 3,000 years ago". Apparently, Canadians believe blogging stands for stone-logging. Who knew Canadians don't care about buzzword definitions?

[img via cmak]


Only those insane Albertans, apparently.

That ad has perfectly showcases our articular brand of humour. I mean I found it funny ...

Alternatively, the admakers don't seriously believe this message, but they were just having fun and hoping to get reactions at the same time.

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