A street vendor in Brooklyn clipped these cardboard signs to his table-top display of hats, gloves, sweaters and scarves. What do you read into them?
What do you read into this?
Beat the recession.
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j’aime bien la deuxieme affiche ;o)) (plus facile aussi à comprendre pour moi).
I like the deuxieme well show ;o)) (easier also to understand for me).
great way to make people stop and read, look at his wares, show some interest – clever
I see stupidity in the first
and cleverness in the 2nd.
The first, a commentary about the breaking of stereotypes.
The second, using humor to sell his goods, along with a reminder of President Obama’s campaign.
They are saying, SPEND YOUR CASH here. :-)
Interesting promotion. I’ll bet he got some business for the thoughts he expressed.
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