Walking around the streets of NYC you see hundreds of advertisements staring back at you. Most of the time I don't really want to buy the products that these advertisements are trying to convince me to buy. Still, the things are so pervasive you can't help but think about them. I paired a bunch of them with a Woody Guthrie song. Guthrie wrote "This Land is Your Land" as a reaction to Irving Berlin's "God Bless America" which he loathed as unrealistic and complacent. It's a great song. And, as an American, it's my song.