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“Tweetcallejero is a project of Pocodemucho, that tries to criticize the passivity of a society that believes that tweet things that one would seem bad enough to change them. So out into the street tweets as a sign that the partnership that lets Internet should go a step further. Should serve for people to discuss, express their concerns, their ailments, but also for claiming.” Click images for a closer view.

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