Remember back earlier this month when people promoting Kodak’s version of a Flip camera thought it was all viral to vandalise the giant 15-ton Buddha down in Civic Center? Well, the sculpture is all cleaned up now. Let’s take a look.
Here’s a screen grab from the now-censored Kodak viral marketing video. (You can still see the shorter, censored 4:13 version here.)
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No attempt was made to clean things up for a while so here’s the way it looked when I was taking some girl to the Costco on Wednesday:
See? (There was other graffiti elsewhere of course.)
Well, check it, it’s all cleaned up now. They must have done this Thursday A.M. As it looks today:
Sacrilege never looked so good.
I’m calling this an A-one clean-up job.
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