ONOMOLY shines a light on the NFL and mocks Bud Light with Laser Twitter

PRLog – Feb. 6, 2015 – PHOENIX — Today, the covert and nebulous #ONOMOLY released their video recap of Laser Twitter at the NFL Super Bowl experience in downtown Phoenix, AZ. Not officially a part of the Super Bowl in any way, #LaserTwitter was uncensored, unsponsored and unbridled. While Budweiser had their $9 million anti-hipster, anti-craft-beer “Macro Brew” ads, ONOMOLY gave citizens a chance to be heard while mocking the Bud Light #UpForWhatever campaign. “Everywhere I looked, I saw ONOMOLY and their messaging. It was on ALL of the buildings,” said a passerby, “Bud Light. Not up for FLAVOR.”

At one point, Bud Light sent Phoenix police officers over to the Laser Twitter building, telling them to stop projecting onto the nearby Palomar Hotel high-rise. “Bud Light’s campaign says they are #UpForWhatever, but clearly not up for free speech,” says a representative of ONOMOLY. “We are messengers of light. Bud Light sells bad tasting beer to people who are too drunk to know the difference.”

“This is about big corporations attempting to quash our voices. The NFL specifically prohibits things like #LaserTwitter. That’s why we did it. The NFL is a sham charity fleecing BILLIONS from taxpayers. People need to know whether they are a fan or not, they are directly subsidizing the wildly profitable NFL. People DO have something to say. We proved that with LaserTwitter.”

Media coverage of #LaserTwitter:

The Phoenix EDGE: Laser Twitter: Media of the people, for the people, by the people.

ANONYMOUS HQ: NFL Super Bowl 49: ONOMOLY Projection Bombing Creates Free Speech Platform For Phoenix Residents

Modern Times: The Projection Bombing Of Super Bowl 49

The Phoenix EDGE: My city hosts Super Bowl XLIX today. From star-studded private parties to the social media protests of #LaserTwitter

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