http://consumerist.com/2007/09/14/canadian-telecommunications-giant-bell/

Canadian telecommunications giant Bell Canada is pulling down over 50 ads placed around parts of Toronto and Vancouver, because they show a woman wearing a button that reads “Belsen was a gas,” the title of a Sex Pistols song and a reference to the Nazi concentration camp Bergen-Belsen. The button is one of many the model wears, and the company says it was impossible to read during approval and proofing, and only became legible when blown up to billboard-size proportions. [Reuters and Free Republic]

Kmart T-Shirt Protest Continues; Kmart Pulls Shirt

Kmart T-Shirt Protest Continues; Kmart Pulls Shirt

    A T-shirt sold at Kmart stores that shows a boy pushing down a girl and calls the action “Problem Solved” drew more than 50 protesters to the sidewalk in front of the chain’s Alexis Road store yesterday afternoon.

After initially refusing, Kmart has now agreed to pull the shirt.

    Spokesman Kim Freely said: “We’ve heard and respect the opinions of our customers and the item is no longer available at Kmart. And we have no plans to reorder it.”

Target Pulls Che CD Case

Target Pulls Che CD Case

Target has pulled a CD carrying case with the image of Ernesto “Che” Guevara wearing iPod-style headphones.

Kmart’s “Domestic Violence” T-Shirt Irritates Shoppers

Kmart’s “Domestic Violence” T-Shirt Irritates Shoppers

A shopper at an Augusta Kmart was shocked, shocked to see a children’s t-shirt featuring “two panels of stick figures, with a male figure pushing a female figure out of a box.” The shirt is captioned “Problem Solved.” Shoppers offended by the shirt have been complaining to the manager.

Automotive Jihad?

Automotive Jihad?

Reader Robin sends in this tip about a car dealership in Ohio that is coming under fire for a radio ad in which it declares “jihad on the automotive market.” From the AP: