It was surveillance that social networks do not forgive. "The Public Revenue Office in Capital empowers neighbors to finance the campaign by painting their paths of yellow," wrote Margarita Stolbayzer. He added a cut in a newspaper in Buenos Aires, which takes into account the new law, which in effect allows residents of the city of Buenos Aires to mark the income of their homes to restrict parking.
What the former deputy did not notice was that the norm, the amendment to the Law on Traffic, which was approved by the Buenos Aires legislature, was not an initiative of the ruling party. On the contrary, the project was promoted by legislator Sergio Abrevaya, who chaired the GENE party in the federal capital. That is, the space created by Stolbayzer in 2007 and leading nationally.
Twitter users noticed this fact and immediately released a wave of memes. "The Simpsons adhere to the ABC campaign in KABA", says one of the messages, accompanied by a photo of the popular series of yellow characters.
Traffic signs, munitions, telescopes, sunflowers, and even a photo of Yellow submarine, The Beatles' animated film, inspired some of the replicas circulating this Thursday.
Six hours later, in trying to stop the cascade of messages he received, Stolbayer tried to clarify. "They say that if you need to explain a joke, that's because it was bad, my bad thing." Sorry! ". But by then the networks had already ruled.