Anonymous’ mask

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    • #6983
      n3r
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      Everybody knows the Anonymous’ mask. It comes from Alan Moore’s comic V for Vendetta. It’s now a symbol of revolution and protest movement.

      So on one hand Anonymous protest against capitalism and on the other hand we have one of the most important company in media : Time Warner.

      Indeed, Time Warner has the image rights for “V” so for every single mask sold they have royalty and earn a lot of money as the selling has increased by 179% on Amazon…

      So even if Anonymous protest they keep on giving money to a leading company.

      So tonight, which mask are you going to wear for Halloween ?  🙂

    • #43388
      WCNA
      Participant

      Originally, the mask from the movie comes from Guy Fawkes, the English mercenary who tried to kill the King and whose effigy is burned on Nov. 5th every year on Bonfire Night.

      This is where the word ‘guy’ comes from, meaning a “grotesquely or poorly dressed person”.

      It is ironic though that Time-Warner profits from the sale.

    • #43389
      Triban
      Participant

      hmmm, wonder if I can recall that large shipment of V masks I sent to Fox news then…. :p

    • #43390
      White ghost
      Participant

      i think V is symbol for evreyone who want revolution

    • #43391
      eth3real
      Participant

      Remember, remember, the 5th of November.

      😛

      I had a big rant about “Anonymous” ready to fire off, but decided it wasn’t worth it. lol

    • #43392
      j0rDy
      Participant

      got the mask, now i just need the cape  8)

    • #43393
      rattis
      Participant

      I’m thinking of getting a couple of these:

      http://www.etsy.com/listing/85228426/ows-bandana-presale

    • #43394
      p0et
      Participant

      That’s hilarious.  I’ll take 2 please.  8)

    • #43395
      j0rDy
      Participant

      i lold when i read this regarding the text that is present on the bandana:

      All advice offered on this bandana should not be construed as legal council. Consult a lawyer in the event of any involvement with the law. If you cite a bandana as your legal council in court you will be laughed at by a man in a wig.

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