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#1 Feb 28, 2008
What inspired The Baltimore Sun to clear this article for printing in the paper? Free advertisement for an advertising company, just what I want to read in my morning NEWSpaper. This article also completely ignores the considerable downsides to mobile billboards, nary even mentioning the fact that these trucks spew loads of greenhouse gas into the atmosphere, get atrocious gas mileage on congested streets, and serve to make our streets MORE congested. Not to mention the general blight of trucks carting vapid advertising messages through the streets. All at a time when global warming threatens the planet and our reliance on foreign oil threatens our national security Of course, all of that in the name of schilling for a few corporate clients looking to make a buck. Seems logical. Way to go Sun!
#2 Feb 28, 2008
Just what we need here in Baltimore, more trucks on the street. Not only are these an eyesore and a contributer to noise pollution, they help dirty the air too! Need I mention that they waste gas as well? I will not patronize any business that uses this form of advertising.
#3 Feb 28, 2008
It would seem a natural fit taht these companies consider to use evironmentally friendly fuel instead of deisel! I too would be turned off by dirty exhaust and blaring music.
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