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Angry-wife billboard a marketing stunt?

Twatad Gawker thinks this ad, on Houston Street in New York, near Katz’s Deli, is probably a teaser ad of some kind, possibly for Washington Mutual. The font does look familiar. Any ideas? UPDATE: Check out this site for more. As Swamp Rat points out in comments, some of the language on Emily’s blog is pretty NC-17-rated for a marketing campaign, if that’s what this is. UPDATE 2: Gawker and others now believe this is a campaign for CourtTV’s Parco P.I. program. KIND OF POINTLESS UPDATE 3: If marketers want to mimic the style of an angry woman in a collapsing relationship, they could use this as a model.

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