Mission Yuppie Eradication Project poster, circa 1999
During the wretched peak of the late 1990s San Francisco dot-com bubble, an anarchist group called the Mission Yuppie Eradication Project began plastering my neighborhood with these posters as a way to counter the pressures of gentrification.
As a 10 year resident of the 'hood, I was basically sympathetic to their cause, although I found many aspects of MYEP's politics, tactics, and grasp of economics to be problematic. But my real beef with them had more to do with my car -- which happened to be an SUV.
Fortunately, the Telstar Logistics camouflage scheme helped spare my vehicle from the anarchists' wrath, as my ride survived well into the dot-com bust unscathed.
Which suggests a possibility for one of our corporate slogans:
Fighting Anarchists with Anarchy Since 1988