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<nettime> Post-PATRIOT Magnetic Motto Maker software
Amy Alexander on Sun, 6 Jul 2003 02:10:37 +0200 (CEST)


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<nettime> Post-PATRIOT Magnetic Motto Maker software


Happy Post-4th-of-July!

Deprogramming.us and Plagiarist.org are pleased to announce the release of
The Post-PATRIOT Magnetic Motto Maker, a new web-filtering, motto-making,
t-shirt-printing, magnet poetry software thingee.

The PPMMM is now available for free download from:
http://deprogramming.us/ppmmm/

About the PPMMM...
You've probably seen word magnet poetry, the craze that's sweeping
refrigerators around the globe. But did you know that the US Government
uses magnet poetry to assemble its stirring slogans? How else to explain
such eloquence as the full name of the USA PATRIOT Act: "Uniting and
Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept
and Obstruct Terrorism" ....
 
But, as poetic as the name may be, it turns out the PATRIOT Act has got a
few bugs. Perhaps there are some better alternatives. We think there's
lots more people-rallying slogans out there just waiting to be unearthed.
So we've decided to make magnet poetry motto-making technology available
to the public. Now you can use the very same technique as the US
Government to generate your own magnetically poetic battle cries... and
maybe even replace USA PATRIOT with something for the public good!

With the Post-PATRIOT Magnetic Motto Maker you can publish your slogans 
online, print stickers, flyers, business cards and address labels, 
make T-shirts... even export your slogans directly to Washington. So
don't delay, download today!

http://deprogramming.us/ppmmm/

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