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Buildings in downtown Denver are covered with signs. The logo for the Democratic National Convention, a mountain scene with stars, is omnipresent. That now-iconic rendering of Obama, printed by Shepard Fairey, has been plastered everywhere. That said, I thought this image was especially eye-catching:


Good advertising. David Gura, NPR hide caption

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And pretty awesome.



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I don't think anyone can read that photo or see what the bus says. Explain please?

Sent by Kim | 11:51 AM | 8-28-2008

It is an ad for Colorado Public Radio: "Meet Nina [Totenberg] in Court."

Sent by David Gura | 12:32 PM | 8-28-2008