|Subject:||Not "Free Mickey"|
"Free Mickey" doesn't give the sense of a larger problem. A good phrase should somehow give the impression that the problem is permeating throughout society; it isn't limited to a corporation's mascot.
Furthermore, the phrase says more about "Mickey" being in chains, instead of us. We're trying to unshackle ourselves, not help a corporation, which is the sentiment implied if you don't know much about the topic.
To "Free Mickey", or not to "Free Mickey"
2002-09-01 16:45:23 Frequency451 [View]
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2002-08-30 11:04:17 Steve Mallett | [View]