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Fake ad, November 2009, Ann Arbor Observer

Online Rhubarb

November's Fake Ad revealed

From the December, 2009 issue

We received 174 responses correctly identifying the Fake Ad on p. 11 of the November Observer. The ad was for a book, Can You Have an Online Rhubarb?, self-published by Ed Nimby, a character who's appeared in several previous Fake Ads as a political candidate. The magic word, Arborweb, bridged the title and the subtitle, Web-Based Rhetoric in the Computer

 
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