In case you missed it, here's how the mainstream media reacted to Aqua Teen Hunger Force's latest urban advertising campaign. Essentially, they flipped out. Now, we're all a techie crowd here so when we see LEDs with Mooninites flippin' us the bird, we don't go running scared. But compared to Sony's PSP graffiti campaign, I gotta say that ATHF's agency, NY-based Interference Inc, had the better idea. Using LiteBrite-style LED boards (similar to LED throwies) isn't new, but it's different and nowhere near as annoying as those spray-painted PSP ads were. Granted, the LEDs shut a city down, but I really doubt that was their main intention. Besides, there's no such thing as bad publicity.