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Shaky camera shots show a man leaving his home to buy items such as box cutters and ski masks. In quick, jagged edits, a black screen with white lettering flashes “facts” such as “Safe houses: 3600 gallons” and, after a quick shot of a trunk filled with guns, “AK47s: 125 gallons.”

The ad ends with this thought: “Where do terrorists get their money? Every time you fill up your tank—some of it may even come from you.”

Sound familiar? In a PSA for pedestrian-advocacy group City streets, New York shop Think Tank parodies the Office of National Drug Control Policy’s...

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