advertising is a far bigger act of vandalism and nuisance on public spaces than graffiti


@melissasage advertising is visual pollution, it's brain vandalism. It's a deliberate and methodical assault upon our attention and psychic well-being, while graffiti isn't ...

it only gets worse when one considers the purpose of advertising - invading and colonizing minds for the sole purpose of turbocharging catastrophic overconsumption.

Seriously, I don't see a reason why billboards shouldn't be banned. In the EU, we have laws against cold calling but not against that ...

@melissasage I really hate and despise and the sad, sorry place they've turned our city into, from the bottom of my heart.

On the other hand I mostly don't mind graffiti at all. Some of it is quite beautiful and frankly any "damage" it might do utterly pales against the deliberate cruelty and fuckery inflicted by worthless companies such as , , or upon millions of nice people every day.

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