New Law Encourages Cities To Overreact To Marketing Stunts

from the missing-the-real-hazard dept

Back in January, the city of Boston embarrassed itself by massively overreacting to a simple guerrilla marketing stunt, which it treated as a possible terrorist attack. The response basically shut down the city for several hours, demonstrating that the city's incompetence had major ramifications for businesses and individuals. In an attempt to save face, the city tried (and failed) to put the blame on the people behind the stunt, and then followed up with a promise to enact a (useless) law against such marketing techniques. Not surprisingly, politicians in Washington have taken up the city's cause and are promoting something called the "Terrorist Hoax Improvements Act of 2007". No, the law isn't designed to improve terrorist hoaxes, but rather to allow cities to sue people behind Boston-like "hoaxes" (it wasn't a hoax at all), for any ensuing chaos. Again, of course, the whole premise of the law assumes that the city did the right thing in reacting as it did. Unfortunately, as Cato's Jim Harper notes, there's no provision in the law that would allow all of the people inconvenienced by the city's reaction to sue the city.


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    Anonymous Jerk, May 8th, 2007 @ 7:00am

    More frivilous lawsuites

    Again, I say. Frivilous lawsuites should be banned.


    This law will backfire at some point in the future, mark my words.

     

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    The infamous Joe, May 8th, 2007 @ 7:12am

    Killed the wrong bird with a stone.

    From the bill:

    (b) Civil Action-

    `(1) IN GENERAL- Whoever engages in any conduct with intent to convey false or misleading information under circumstances where such information may reasonably be believed and where such information indicates that an activity has taken, is taking, or will take place that would constitute an offense listed under subsection (a)(1) is liable in a civil action to any party incurring expenses incident to any emergency or investigative response to that conduct, for those expenses.


    Is it just me, or does this lay blame on the people who called in the LED signs as bombs in Boston? Also, the phrase "with intent" would let the Boston guys off the hook, still, because they didn't intend on people thinking the signs were bombs.

    *sigh* Where is the reset button for our government? We saved after the signing of the Constitution, didn't we?

     

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    RandomThoughts, May 8th, 2007 @ 7:13am

    Boston overreacted? Probably, but look at what happens when you don't react. We have read about all the warning signs in the Virginia Tech shooting. Maybe some overreacting should have happened there.

    6 islamic radicals were arrested today in my home state for plotting to murder soldiers at Ft. Dix. They had all lived in the US for quite a while.

    Things are not as safe as we think.

    You talk of personal responsibility and marketing companies need to know they will be held responsible when some stunt they pull goes bad.

     

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    jLl, May 8th, 2007 @ 7:24am

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    > murder soldiers at Ft. Dix.
    First off...who chose the name "Dix"?? And, why?

    > You talk of personal responsibility and marketing companies need to know
    > they will be held responsible when some stunt they pull goes bad.
    Probably so. But, so should the city; and it's getting off clean.

     

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    Monarch, May 8th, 2007 @ 7:27am

    This world never was, nor ever will be a safe place. There has been violence and bloodshed throughout human history. The only differences between now and then, are 1) Larger population, with a greater number of unstable people in it, due to the larger population. And 2) News of events travels faster and farther than it ever has in the history of humankind.

    I just wish people would get over the fact that there will always be violence. People will always die and/or suffer at the hands of others. I would rather take my chances at getting injured by an unknown, than have my rights and freedoms knowingly taken away by the government. I fear the government more than any terrorist or crazy shooter let loose in the world.

     

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    Overcast, May 8th, 2007 @ 7:29am

    One thing....

    For the LOVE OF GOD!!! Could they include 'campaign' signs in that mix???

    I mean - seriously... it's possible to disguise a bomb as a campaign sign, right? Let's play it safe and just ban them :)

    Afterall,

    with intent to convey false or misleading information

    So.... if they say they aren't going to raise taxes - and they do... They are in violation, right?

     

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    Sanguine Dream, May 8th, 2007 @ 7:32am

    Double standard...

    So when a group does a marketing campaign like that one in Boston they should own up to the possibility of get sued but when the city overreacts not only do they get to sue but they get to put the blame on someone else.

    And appearantly there is no provision for the people that were inconvenienced to sue. So if the city blocks the roads over one of these campaigns and an elderly person dies in the back of an EMS unit the city can sue the marketing company but the family of the elderly person that died can't? Unless the city is going to share the winnings/settlement with them I really don't think that's right.

     

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    ehrichweiss, May 8th, 2007 @ 7:44am

    Re:

    I was thinking along those same lines. If this is enacted there will be a lot of unforeseen(by most) backlash and I'm betting that we'll see the same type of action as was taken on that judge over the Eminent Domain ruling.

     

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    Casper, May 8th, 2007 @ 7:44am

    Re: RandomThoughts

    Boston overreacted? Probably, but look at what happens when you don't react. We have read about all the warning signs in the Virginia Tech shooting. Maybe some overreacting should have happened there.

    Not comparable. There were not "suspiciouns" that the shooter at Virgina Tech had psychological problems, it was known. Those shootings were because people were attempting to balance the rights of the mentally disturbed with the rights of those affected by his madness. If they had locked him away, we would be arguing about the violation of his civil rights.
    Things are not as safe as we think.

    You have a over 100,000 times greater chance of being killed crossing the street then of being blown up by a digital cartoon character. Maybe we should worry about the problems that kill the most people rather then the ones that are the most fun for the news agencies? The world isn't safe and you will die. You might want to get use to that idea because you don't really have a choice.
    You talk of personal responsibility and marketing companies need to know they will be held responsible when some stunt they pull goes bad.

    What did they do wrong? They placed advertisements around a city. If the city had asked why they were there, I'm sure they would have answered. Since when did we pass a law making it a crime to be weird? Be sides, they did come out and apologize for scaring all the stupid people and I for one didn't care either way... I just wasn't going to park under one until I know what was holding it up there.

     

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    NotATerrorWrist, May 8th, 2007 @ 7:47am

    Boston blew up other stuff too

    They also blew up a traffic counter (one of those boxes with the two air hoses that go across the street and count traffic).

    http://wbztv.com/local/local_story_059122735.html

    The Boston mayor was right, there are crazed bomber going around blowing stuff up in Boston.

     

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    DCX2, May 8th, 2007 @ 7:48am

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    > Things are not as safe as we think. Hmm... "Your appendix is more likely to kill you than al-Qaeda." It's fine for Boston to over-react to the first one. OMG a bomb. Someone should have been said "uh...guys...they're light-brites. You can call off the bomb squad now" Oh, and let's not forget the ads were up for weeks before this happened. So, if it had been a terrorist thread, this type of overreaction wouldn't have prevented it.

     

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    Max, May 8th, 2007 @ 7:48am

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    Yes, the city of Boston overreacted in governmentally perfect knee-jerk fashion. It's also quite disingenuous to use VT as an excuse for overreaction. As for the "6 isslamic radicals" arrested today in your home state. Let us know when they are convicted. Life is not safe and nobody can keep you safe except yourself so why not take responsibility for it. As well, please explain how a marketing company is supposed to know that citizens are going to react to a sign like a bunch of sissies in the "land of the free and home of the brave"?

     

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    SomePerson, May 8th, 2007 @ 7:54am

    riiiight

    Boston overreacted? Probably, but look at what happens when you don't react. We have read about all the warning signs in the Virginia Tech shooting. Maybe some overreacting should have happened there.

    Riiiiiight. Cause we all know that a crazy phychopatch shooter is going to plant a bunch of LED advertising signs. We should all be thanking Boston for freaking out over silly nonsense that doesn't even come CLOSE to looking like terrorist activity. Yeah. If only Virginia Tech would have freaked out everytime someone posted an advertisement on campus...the shooting would have NEVER happened. (/sarcasm).

    Face the facts. Your beloved idiot "leaders" in Boston are now making up retarded LAWS to try and put the blame on someone else for their ignorance and mass paranoia.

    They overreacted and it's about time they admit it. I am so sick of hearing "if every city did what Boston did, there'd be no violence, no shootings, no attacks." Riiiight, suuuuuure! Keep living in your little bubble, that's fine. But please allow the rest of us to live. Don't take my freedoms and rights away because you're too stupid to know the difference between advertising and terrorism.

     

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    Matt Bennett, May 8th, 2007 @ 8:04am

    Screw Menino

     

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    Casper, May 8th, 2007 @ 8:10am

    Re: Boston blew up other stuff too

    They also blew up a traffic counter (one of those boxes with the two air hoses that go across the street and count traffic).

    No kidding, and that traffic counter was placed their by the DOT... if anything the city should be apologizing for blowing up a tool paid for with tax payer money.

     

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    Anonymous Coward, May 8th, 2007 @ 8:25am

    Re: Killed the wrong bird with a stone.

    How about a public hanging for anyone who falsely claims another nation has WMDs, then leads their nation to "war" (occupation) in an attempt to secure private oil interests???

    Unfortunately, the reset button is revolution. That may be what it comes down to in order to oust the corporatist regime that which currently infests our government.

    Its not corruption...its business :)

     

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    Beefcake, May 8th, 2007 @ 8:33am

    Re:

    People have been listening to too many of Uncle Cheney's bedtime ghost stories. In the interest of safety, let's just put the entire population of the U.S. under house arrest, with 24/7 video, audio, and health monitoring of all who are confined within those houses. Now we're safe! Oh crap, here comes a tornado. Hand me my gun, Mildred.

     

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    RandomThoughts, May 8th, 2007 @ 8:35am

    Actually, the reset button will probably be a nuclear bomb that goes off in one of our cities. You won't like the results of that either.

    Ben Franklin didn't have to worry about that one.

     

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    Michael, May 8th, 2007 @ 8:57am

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    OK First off enough with the VT card, noone can predict or stop a lunatic from being a lunatic, it isn't possible to stop people like that from going off. Secondly, the Boston thing was completely retarded. There was no "stunt" it was just some signs they hung up that looked nothing like a bomb AND they not only had posted the hanging of the ads on the net long before the ruckus, but they called the police and told them what was going on and where ignored, in fact a couple dozen people told them what the ads where, but it was a good opportunity to scare the hell out of people so the police jumped on it. The police chief in Boston KNEW there was no danger and continued to cause panic long after he was told. As for "Islamic Radicals" endangering our country, we are in fact in much greater danger from the "Imperialist Radicals" that have hijacked the country, and you are falling right in line for them.

     

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    Deidre, May 8th, 2007 @ 9:07am

    Re: Re: Boston blew up other stuff too

    This law will be a good thing. Besides getting rid of signs and traffic counters, Boston will become a place to send those Canadian Red Poppy spy coins.

     

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    RandomThoughts, May 8th, 2007 @ 9:18am

    And concerning the Boston incident, the word there is that the ads were up for quite a while and didn't receive any attention. Then there were 5 calls placed to 911 within 5 mins. Word is the PR company placed those 911 calls.

     

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    Bring Back the Cold War, May 8th, 2007 @ 9:21am

    If you don't like where our country is headed GET OFF YOUR ARSE and vote. Rent a bus, pick up your friends and like minded individuals and take them to vote.

    Now, shuddup about the "imperialist" and "Hi-jacked" leaders we have. If you want a revolution...VOTE.

    Damn Democrats creating stupid laws.

     

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    Chowdah Head from Taxachusetts, May 8th, 2007 @ 9:25am

    Uh... What!?

    First, Shakespeare was right, "Kill all the lawyers!"

    Second, this is just Democrats helping fellow Democrats to save face. Rather than admit that they are meatheads and move on, they dig themselves deeper into the hole.

    ...I never knew they could stack **** so high!

     

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    Beefcake, May 8th, 2007 @ 9:28am

    Re:

    Ben Franklin just had to worry about stuff like everyday flu and whooping cough, but since he lived in Philadelphia and not Boston, he was unaffected by the Great Boston Cough Panic of 1802. Little known history-- a traveling health tonic salesman had taken a handful of orphans under his wing. He went from city to city, having the kids go out into the town and announce his presence in return for meals and a place to sleep. He'd been doing this in other cities with success, and Boston was the next stop on the tour. But something in Boston was different. After a few weeks, someone got frightened for some reason and thought that maybe the kids were sick-- there was no reason to think this was the case, but it was a possibility because these kids hadn't been seen in Boston before. City authorities responded by shutting down the streets to horses, buggies, and pedestrians for several days while they rounded up the "sick" children and dumped them into Boston Harbor.

     

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    Steve, May 8th, 2007 @ 9:49am

    Re: Overreacted or underreacted?

    Yes, Boston probably overreacted, and yes, in VaTech, they should have reacted more.. The reality is that we are all judging this with the advantage of hindsight.

    Until we realize that in a free society, we have to be individually responsible for our own lives, and stop bitching about someone not protecting us, we're doomed. Of course, with that, we need the RIGHTS and FREEDOM to to protect ourselves.

    I do find it particularly ironic that as written, it looks like INTENT is key to the new law, which means that it would not have had any impact on the Boston incident... Yea.. another useless law...

     

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    Matt, May 8th, 2007 @ 10:07am

    Scary much?

    Does anyone else find this incredibly scary? It used to be that you had to actually commit a crime to be prosecuted. Then, after 9/11, you only had to be planning to commit a crime to be prosecuted. Now, with this acte, you just have to do something that people might think is a crime, even if it's not, to be prosecuted. This is the g*** d*** definition of a 'slippery slope'.

     

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    Anonymous of Course, May 8th, 2007 @ 10:07am

    Amnesia

    Hmmm... how soon all we forget. The Clinton
    administration claimed there were WMD's then
    sent a pack of cruise missiles over to punctuate
    that message. It's funny how quickly politicians
    develop amnesia when it's convenient. They were
    all for the war before they were against it
    excepting a very small minority, like Russ Feingold.
    And I don't recall him disputing the WMD claims
    neither.

    Bush will be gone soon and nothing will change.
    T'was ever thus oh rabid moonbats.

    As for Boston, it's a good example of how large
    organizations become ineffective. No one would
    make the decision to call off the bomb squad
    because with decision making comes responsibility.
    If you don't stick your neck out it isn't chopped
    off. Don't make waves, try to avoid making any
    decisions at all cost... and tread water until
    you're ready to collect your pension.

     

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    reed, May 8th, 2007 @ 10:18am

    Re:

    "Damn Democrats creating stupid laws."

    As long as your thinking in terms of Democrats and Republicans, they have won.

    "Now, shuddup about the "imperialist" and "Hi-jacked" leaders we have. "

    As long as you think there is a actual choice in the political arena they have won.

    "If you don't like where our country is headed GET OFF YOUR ARSE and vote"

    As long as you think just "voting" can make a difference they have won.

    We need to start thinking outside the box and start challenging our government in REAL ways. If we want to get back to a government that is ruled by the people for the people then we need to start down a long hard road of revolution. It won't happen overnight, in fact it won't happen for countless years. It will be discouraging and the government will fight back, but there is a peaceful solution to the corruption that has infested our nation.

    "Unfortunately, the reset button is revolution. That may be what it comes down to in order to oust the corporatist regime that which currently infests our government.
    Its not corruption...its business :)"

    Here here! :)

     

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    Pro, May 8th, 2007 @ 10:22am

    Re:

    Maybe, but i'd be more likely to believe that Menino made those calls himself - once him and his band of idiots figured out that they could siphen a couple million dollars out of the system and into the police force... "I'll scratch your back, you scratch mine" is how it works in Boston.

    This is what happens when you let corruption fester for hundreds of years.

     

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    rEdEyEz, May 8th, 2007 @ 10:34am

    Re: More frivolous lawsuits

    ...NO, we need to ban frivolous LAWYERS.

    Babyboomers; a generation of whiny feel-good finger-pointers

     

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    Anonymous Coward, May 8th, 2007 @ 11:00am

    And I don't recall him disputing the WMD claims
    neither.


    It's really pretty hard to dispute something when the information you have has been slanted behind the scenes. As far as the original WMD claims only that which supported the claim were put forward. Don't forget that most of the "evidence" that was put forward was already suspect or already discounted and WAS KNOWN to be such by those who should have spoken up before hand.

    In many ways it's a similar scene in Boston. Officials paniced (I love that the displays had been up for WEEKS before hand) and they started "looking" for suspicious things without thinking about what they were actually looking at.

    Can someone who thinks that this new law is just so wonderful explain to me how it would actually work in this case? We've got the benefit of hindsight so I'd love to hear the reasoning on this.

    The law states:

    engages in any conduct with intent to convey false or misleading information under circumstances

    How specifically was this marketing campaign conducted with intent to convey false or misleading information?

     

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    Nixon, May 8th, 2007 @ 11:04am

    Re:

    RandomThoughts said:
    6 islamic radicals were arrested today in my home state for plotting to murder soldiers at Ft. Dix. They had all lived in the US for quite a while. Things are not as safe as we think.

    After the massive lies perpetuated about Jose Padilla and the dirty bomb they said he was planning on using, I think I'll wait for the evidence on the so-called Fort Dix plotters before passing judgement.

     

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    jLl, May 8th, 2007 @ 11:09am

    Re:

    > How specifically was this marketing campaign conducted with intent to convey false or misleading information?

    The problem is with under circumstances. That can be spun, pretty much, any way needed -- including bypassing the intent.

    It was their intent to convey the message, which was taken as false or misleading, and are thus punishable under [the current] circumstances.

     

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    JustMatt, May 8th, 2007 @ 11:51am

    Re: jLI

     

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    Pro, May 8th, 2007 @ 12:00pm

    Re: Re:

    Reed, you got that all right - well said

     

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    Shred303, May 8th, 2007 @ 12:33pm

    Need to enact an idiot tax

    Scare Law?!? They need to enact an idiot tax that allows us the city of Boston to be fined for their stupidity. If you ask me, they are recieving too many homeland security dollars. The funds need to be reallocated to re-educate and un-moronify their emergency departments.

     

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    Larry, May 8th, 2007 @ 12:39pm

    Re: Amnesia

    Good call. I would be more helpful for the "political" discussions if everyone weren't so..."my team is better than your team".

    As for the "R" word you tossed out there (my favorite, responsiblity), you hit that nail on the head too. To many layers of un-empowered "bosses" and not nearly enough leadership.

     

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    takeaswag, May 8th, 2007 @ 12:57pm

    do away with all marketers

    It is the marketing companies and marketing people that are brininging all this on themselves. They need some controls put on them. Remember, spam is marketing. Lets get the marketers back down to a reasonable level. Right now it is like the world revolves around marketing.

     

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    Clueby4, May 8th, 2007 @ 1:38pm

    So with Bush be the first one charged?

    I hope if this obtuse babbling in the form of a bill, is made into law. Bush and his entire cabinet are the first to charged, with the new law.

     

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    Se, May 8th, 2007 @ 2:04pm

    Re:

    I like your comment!

     

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    Seb, May 8th, 2007 @ 2:18pm

    Re: Re: Killed the wrong bird with a stone.

    TV brainwashed viewer, the WMD's were moved to Syria. There in so "regime" in place. You seek a continuation to bloodshed which has always taken place. How about getting some nice edication or something like that and join the "corporatist" yourself.

     

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    Brad Kozak, May 9th, 2007 @ 9:09am

    Embarassed? I don't think so.

    Did Boston "embarass" themselves? Nope. Did they over-react? No, again. Was this a stupid stunt, that probably worked out exactly the way Turner/Adult Swim intended? You bet.

    Marketing promotions are designed to get publicity. This one did - in spades. George E. Jessel said "I don't care what they say about me, as long as they spell my name right," in other words - there's no such thing as bad publicity. Turner got what they wanted, and then some. Paying off the city was cheap, compared to the name recognition they received. The two "masterminds" of this project treated the entire thing as one big joke. Unfortunately, it was a joke in the same vein as laughing as you pull a fire alarm in a crowded theatre.

    The city of Boston did nothing wrong (unless you count not recognizing some obscure cartoon character as a mistake). Here's the irony - because of the way the media has treated this story, the next time this kind of things happen, the police and DHS guys might overlook it. Wouldn't that be a great way for some enterprising terrorist to take advantage of the "cry wolf" mentality?

    Instead of criticizing Boston for trying to legislate common sense (always a mistake), why not support a plan whereby marketing companies think before they act - and take responsibility for their actions when they screw up?

     

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    Pro, May 9th, 2007 @ 10:33am

    Re: Embarassed? I don't think so.

    Your analysis is correct, but shallow. You correctly assess that the marketing stunt worked out in the best case scenario for Adult Swim, but if you would dig deeper, you'd see that the powers that be in Boston had a lot to gain from the over-reaction.

    When someone makes a post like yours, I assume that you work for the City of Boston Public Relations Department. How did you remember the company was Turner/Adult Swim?

    Remember that -indirectly- this guy's salary depends on Boston pulling stunts like they do.

     

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    Anonymous Coward, May 9th, 2007 @ 11:34am

    "Unfortunately, it was a joke in the same vein as laughing as you pull a fire alarm in a crowded theatre."

    Not remotely true. It's more akin to laughing as you eat popcorn in a crowded theatre. If they put devices which looked like bombs out there, you'd have a point. But they placed illuminated roadside signs like any others, which didn't look like bombs in any of the other cities or during the weeks they were up in Boston prior to the brouhaha.

    An espresso stand on my way to work recently added a strobe light to attract attention. No one cried "bomb" because it's a completely innocuous, normal method of advertising.

    The possibility that the marketers then phoned in the scare to drum up more publicity exists, but has not been proven in any way, shape, or form. Equally possible-yet-wholly-unproven is that Boston city officials phoned in the scare to drum up more anti-terrorism dollars. We all saw how pissed NYC and Boston were when the latest round of funding was announced.

     

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