viernes, 18 de enero de 2008

Tiene que gustarte esto - Gotta love this

In english: i can translate it to you!

Several billboards, inviting president of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez, to stop the critics about Colombia were installed in some avenues of Bogotá, ordered by undentified clients.

The billboards, ubicated at the top of various buldings, close to one of the most important avenues of the city, express line NQS say "Chávez, shut up!" in black letters in a white background.

Employers of the publicity agency that installed the billboards did not identify the clients that ordered the campaign, neither to precise if they were bussinessmen, politycal parties or official entities.

The expression on the billboard simulates the petition made by Spain's King, Rey Juan Carlos to the president Chávez, in the closing of the XVII Cumbre Iberoamericana de Jefes de Estado, in Santiago, Chile: "Why you don't shut up?"

Vía La Vanguardia (Barcelona - España) - Foto: Leonardo Muñoz (Efe)

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