Published at: Feb. CST by headgeek. Animation and Anime.
Maybe I am rehashing what you have already heard, but the bureaucrats have once again narrowly saved us from certain cartoon terrorist doom. In it is this character named Ignignokt. As part of an advertising campaign, some circuit boards with flashing LEDs of this character were placed around Boston and 10 other American cities, apparently.
January 31, a day that will live in infamy. The great city of Boston was brought to its knees by the appearance of unexpected L. Alert to potential connections between terror and anything a wee bit unusual, stout citizens and government officials alike in the land of the free and the home of the brave peed their metaphoric pants.
Turner Broadcasting Co. The devices had been placed as part of an "outdoor marketing campaign" in 10 cities, a Turner Broadcasting statement said. A Turner Broadcasting source said the devices were a component of a third-party advertising campaign conducted by the New York advertising firm Interference Inc. That company had no comment on the incident.
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Two Boston artists were arraigned Thursday on felony charges relating to the bomb of an Aqua Teen Hunger Force promotion. Peter Berdovsky, 27, and Sean Stevens, 28, pleaded not guilty to perpetuating a hoax that sent Boston into a panic on Wednesday. Both were released on bail.
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BOSTON — Two suspects arrested for their part in a hair-brain TV cartoon marketing campaign that ultimately paralyzed downtown Boston held a wild and mocking press conference Thursday, during which they would only answer questions regarding Peter Berdovsky27, and Sean Stevens28, ignored a barrage of reporters' questions about their role in the botched scheme and talked, instead, about mohawks, dreadlocks, Beatle cuts and Afros as their attorney, Michael Rich, stood by with an incredulous look on his face. Berdovsky and Stevens were arrested Wednesday after officials found 38 blinking electronic signs promoting the Cartoon Network TV show "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" on bridges and other high-profile spots across the city, prompting the closing of a highway and the deployment of bomb squads.
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