Double Meaning

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Syracuse, N.Y., shop Mark Russell & Associates put a new twist on some familiar taglines in a holiday campaign for a local hunger-relief agency.
The agency’s print effort for the Food Bank of Central New York alters phrases used by food trade groups to point out that many people cannot afford staple items.
“Got milk?” was transformed to “Don’t got milk?” “Pork: the other white meat” (shown here) is “The other white meat they can’t afford.”

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