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Abdul Abdullah

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Oct 29, 2003, 5:01:03 PM10/29/03
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On 29 Oct 2003 22:01:03 GMT, Mi...@evafkuk.org wrote:
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>Rethink the Cool + the Shoe
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>phil knight had a dream. he'd sell shoes. he'd sell dreams.
>he'd get rich. he'd use sweatshops if he had to.
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>then along came a new shoe. plain. simple. cheap. fair.
>designed for only one thing: kicking phil's ass.
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>the unswoosher
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>$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
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>For years, Nike was the undisputed champion of logo culture,
>its swoosh an instant symbol of global cool.
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>Today, Phil Knight's Nike is a fading empire, badly hurt by
>years of "brand damage" as activists and culture jammers
>fought back against mindfuck marketing and dirty sweatshop labor.
>
>Now a final challenge. We take on Phil at his own game - and win.
>We turn the shoes we wear into a counterbranding game. The swoosh
>versus the anti-swoosh. Which side are you on?
>
>Adbusters has been doing R&D for more than a year, and guess what?
>Making a shoe - a good shoe - isn't exactly rocket science.
>With a network of supporters, we're getting ready to launch the
>blackSpot sneaker, the world's first grassroots anti-brand.
>You can help launch the blackSpot revolution.
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>THE BIG QUESTION:
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> Is it possible to take Phil Knight's billion-dollar
> marketing momentum and, in a quick judo-like move, slap
> him onto the mat with the power of his own PR thrust?
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>OUR KICK-ASS MARKETING STRATEGY >> http://blackspotsneaker.org
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>buy it............................preorders@blackspotsneaker.org
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>sell it...........................wholesale@blackspotsneaker.org
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>invest in it......................investors@blackspotsneaker.org
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>support it........................donations@blackspotsneaker.org
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>join the jam........................jammers@blackspotsneaker.org
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> Make a straight donation... it's a worthy cause
> with the potential to set an historic precedent
> that could be repeated in other industries and
> usher in more grass roots version of capitalism
> in which megacorps do not control every area of
> our children's lives.
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>https://www.groundspring.org/donate/index.cfm?ID=2217-0%7C742-0
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Abdul Abdullah
Actually these guys(them and others who came near me later) were
repeating and doing what I was praying to God or what I was thinking or
what I wanted them to say:), Selgin told him there is so much blood that
I think cops can easily track us down (as blood was dripping on the
road), the other guy told him to go back and clean the truck he said no
lets get him to the tip first and let?s not stop on the way. Then the
truck stopped near RMIT, Selgin told the other guy, this is my
university, apparently it is good to do some course along with secret
service work it really helps. The other guy also told him that he was
working two days for ASIO and three days for NASA, they kept arguing
about other issues like that.

Selgin had told this ASIO guy during the journey, that when we get there
you will just open the door and find him in there, then you will call me
using your mobile and I will _pretend_ to come to tip to help you. So
the ASIO guy opened the truck and pretended he found me and called
Selgin for help, I don?t know why they did this, but Selgi


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