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I recently saw this ad when the TV was playing when I had lunch, and it made me wonder if other people are starting to see permaculture-esque stuff starting to infiltrate general public sphere. I know one ad with a caveman isn't much, but it is something.

The ad below conveys an important message that I think is pretty important- to have no shame when living tiny. I think this ad helps to destigmatize some of the public's perception that living tiny is bad. It shows a caveman riding with what looks to be a tiny house trailer in the back, and they say to have no shame about it. I like that. It is a subtle message that living tiny is good and something to be happy about!

Please post any ads or news articles (preferably recent) showing how permaculture and topics related to it are starting to come to the forefront of the general public's mind.
If we don't do the shopping, we won't have anything for dinner. And I've invited this tiny ad:
Binge on 17 Seasons of Permaculture Design Monkeys!
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