Friday, November 25, 2005

buying nothing on black friday

Jack Kuenzie of WISTV writes: Buy Nothing Day began more than a decade ago, and was the work of Adbusters , an anti- consumerism group. The organization wants shoppers on the Friday after Thanksgiving to step back and make a small choice not to shop..."It's symbolic. It's meant to focus Americans more on what we should be focused on...We always talk a good game about values, but we don't put them into practice."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I find it funny that adbusters was behind Buy Nothing Day. Isn't this the same adbusters (soros)behind ows?

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