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'WTF?' MTA bigs derail Working Families Party's texty ads targeting Mayor Bloomberg


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The MTA is not ROTFL at parody signs that use cheeky acronyms to criticize City Hall.

 

"WTF?" asks one of two posters the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has refused to display on subways and buses.

 

"OMFG," declares the second of the "Service Nightmare" posters, which mimic official service-change bulletins and were rejected as unsuitable by the MTA.

 

The campaign was created by the Working Families Party, which contends Mayor Bloomberg has been "missing in action" during the authority's fiscal crisis, leaving riders on track for sweeping reductions in bus and subway service.

 

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/2010/03/31/2010-03-31_mta_bigs_derail_texty_ads_targeting_bloomy.html#ixzz0jl0FTbOW

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The MTA is not ROTFL at parody signs that use cheeky acronyms to criticize City Hall.

 

"WTF?" asks one of two posters the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has refused to display on subways and buses.

 

"OMFG," declares the second of the "Service Nightmare" posters, which mimic official service-change bulletins and were rejected as unsuitable by the MTA.

 

The campaign was created by the Working Families Party, which contends Mayor Bloomberg has been "missing in action" during the authority's fiscal crisis, leaving riders on track for sweeping reductions in bus and subway service.

 

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/2010/03/31/2010-03-31_mta_bigs_derail_texty_ads_targeting_bloomy.html#ixzz0jl0FTbOW

I seen this in todays paper.those signs were funny.
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The MTA is not ROTFL at parody signs that use cheeky acronyms to criticize City Hall.

 

"WTF?" asks one of two posters the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has refused to display on subways and buses.

 

"OMFG," declares the second of the "Service Nightmare" posters, which mimic official service-change bulletins and were rejected as unsuitable by the MTA.

 

The campaign was created by the Working Families Party, which contends Mayor Bloomberg has been "missing in action" during the authority's fiscal crisis, leaving riders on track for sweeping reductions in bus and subway service.

 

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/2010/03/31/2010-03-31_mta_bigs_derail_texty_ads_targeting_bloomy.html#ixzz0jl0FTbOW

 

ROFTL or ROFL?!!?!

 

LMFAO:cool:

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What do you expect Bloomberg has the second most appointees to the MTA board, Patterson has the most. Do you think Bloomberg going to let his flunkies vote for ads that put him in a bad light? no and this illustrates how much clout and pull bloomberg has over the MTA board.

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