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February 01, 2007


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The Aqua Teen Incident in Boston was undoubtedly a "fiasco" and/or "National Security Threat", BUT I beg to differ in this particular case: the amplification of this event and the fact that it made national news made it far more sucessful than it couldn've ever possibly hoped to be.
With a show such as Aquua Teen there is no such thing as "bad" PR, however I am sure that Turner isn't too terribly pleased that the incident ultimately comes back to them, but- after all the dust has settled, one might place this case in a special Third Category: "BestWorst PR DisasterSucess of 2007"
In the meantime, I wonder if there is any Aqua Teen still left on youtube...


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