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Ad of the Day: South Park Drove These Mobile Billboards to Places They Weren't Wanted

We will never be able to forgive South Park—or thank it enough—for that one time it utterly decimated native advertising in a story arc. But to promote its 20th season, the show briefly took its gaze off current events and launched its own version of a stroll down memory lane. People got pissed. (Or so Comedy Central claims. Wait a sec—is this an ad, too?!) Mobile billboards have been placed in various strategic locations around the country.
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