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“I think getting that one story in Adbusters kind of spoiled and ruined me, since writing that story was really so easy for me -- it was all from my perspective and about my concerns, all of the college philosophy courses and alienation that had been whirling around in my head.”
“I had the great luck and success of placing one story in Adbusters and another in Electric Velocipede.”
“Instead, I love Adbusters: Adbusters is a not-for-profit, reader-supported, 120,000-circulation magazine concerned about the erosion of our physical and cultural environments by commercial forces … We want folks to get mad about corporate disinformation, injustices in the global economy, and any industry that pollutes our physical or mental commons.”
“Adbusters is suing the CBC and Global for refusing to carry their anti-consumerist ads back in 2004.”
“Similarly, the Occupy Wall Street idea was launched by a magazine called Adbusters, based in Canada, which over the summer created a hashtag on Twitter called #OccupyWallStreet.”
“The author at www.productivityshock.com in a related article titled Adbusters writes:”
“By the way, the article includes information about Adbusters, which is "dedicated to reinventing the outdated paradigms of our consumer culture and building a brave new understanding of living.”
“A group called Adbusters has declared this "Buy Nothing Day.”
“In its initial call Adbusters had posed the question, "What is our one demand?”
“An online activist group called Adbusters organized the weeklong event and word spread via social media, yet the throngs of protesters it had hoped for failed to show up.”
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