Make your own Exxon gas sign!

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Ticked off about gas prices? Want people to wake up and sell their SUV‘s? Have some fun messing around with this cool little program where you can make your own ExxonMobil gas station sign.

Hat tip to Earth First for telling us about this.

Here’s the sign I made:

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Here’s the Earth First’s ExxonMobil sign:

Here’s some others that people have sent via Democratic Underground:

Here’s some people have sent via Daily Kos:

Here’s one by Johnny Rook at Climaticide Chronicles:

Here’s one by Frank Bi’s International Journal of Inactivism:

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