A la Banksy and John Lennon. Here’s a simple idea. It shouldn’t be too expensive for all those wealthy readers out there. High profile, highly visible…get their attention on the commute. You are merely quoting. It would be a costly(to them)and a time consuming legal battle to have them removed. In the mean time, John Q. gets to understand the jewish mindset.
These are just a few. I am sure we could come up with enough quotes to cover world’s highways. We could even start an online donation/fund/repository and photo collection. Just a thought.
“Consider this: A newspaper ad is only good for a day and a television commercial only lasts about thirty seconds. But a billboard ad is working for you twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
The cost of billboard advertising ranges from about $700 to $2,500 a month. At that rate, ten billboards could run as much as $25,000 per month. That sounds like a lot of money, until you realize that a full-page ad running for one day in a major newspaper costs about the same.
Advances in technology have also contributed to billboard advertising’s cost efficiency. In the past, billboards had to be hand-painted – a time-consuming and costly venture. But with today’s computer technology, billboards are designed on a computer screen, printed to vinyl or poster paper, and glued to the billboard structure. The result: Higher quality ads in less time for less money.”