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The use of the eye and triangle from the American dollar bill, with the addition of sweat drops, a cartoon convention for anxiety, is probably nothing more than a graphicly effective commentary on consumerism although the icon’s popular identification with the so-called New World Order and global economy cannot be ignored.

Ad Busters promoted their annual "Buy Nothing Day" on 26 November 2004 in Vancouver, BC, by placing 3 3/4" x 4" black and white stickers on lamp poles, construction hordings and public buildings.
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