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Car Spam in Belconnen

By gooterz 18 April 2012 22


For the 2nd time in less than a week my car has been spammed by useless numpties.

Parking in a car park in Belconnen these two fliers were left under the windshield.

Apart from being illegal (litter laws) they’re both annoying and dangerous.

For the second one, the fool who did it only put it slightly up the windscreen right behind the steering wheel.
Thus getting out late its dark I didn’t see it until I was driving! Car headlights only face outwards you numpties!

What happens if it rains and your numpty ad then covers the middle of my or someone else’s window?
Who wants to have to check for car spam, idiots!

This brings me to other point, if you actually look at the ad on the right it seems to be one of the best looking ads ever.

An excellent use of Adobe Photoshop(or perhaps windows paint).

Black text really stands out on that dark blue sky!

The Company has also taken the effort to register for a Hotmail account!

I’d also guess they spent a great deal of time finding the images on google and selectively just cutting and pasting whatever they saw first.

Although I can’t help but think you could have just taken a photo of a real house!

So one has to really wonder if Officeworks or Stirling Mortlock knew they was going to have their brand littered all over a carpark(likely several) or if some advertising genius thought it would be the same thing as doing a letter drop into actual letterboxes!

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poetix 11:16 am 25 Apr 12

Replace your whinge-screen wipers.

Sandman 10:24 pm 24 Apr 12

OpenYourMind said :

Very dangerous. Hell, putting leaflets on car windscreens could well be classed as attempted murder. Better call the spambulance.

I think it might be a race between the Spambulance and the Whaaaaaa-mbulance in this case.

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