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Move Over Unicorns, It’s All about the Balloons

Move Over Unicorns, It’s All about the Balloons

Jeffree Starr and Jerrod Blandino might not have realized the unicorn look actually traces itself...

Just Sayin’: Victoria Secret and Turkey Not Riding the Waves Well

Just Sayin’: Victoria Secret and Turkey Not Riding the Waves Well

A company almost having it worse than any Sharm el Sheikh resort these days, has to be Victoria’s...

Memory Lane Monday: National Park Pledge

Memory Lane Monday: National Park Pledge

Remember all of those family vacations from your childhood spent crammed into the back of the...

Genius Idea: An Avocado Instruction Manual

Genius Idea: An Avocado Instruction Manual

In the last year, avocado back from a 1980’s slumber (much like the KGB) has taken the place of...

After Thomas Cook Bails Egypt Tries For a Miracle

After Thomas Cook Bails Egypt Tries For a Miracle

Another week and another hit for Egypt’s Tourism Industry.

Nike’s Massacre Chic

Yeah, the blood spatter might not be that great of an idea.Seriously, Tiger?If you thought the Tiger Woods “Winning-Takes-Care-Of-Everything” Nike ad campaign revealed last month was in poor taste (what with all of the infidelity and that) Nike is now once again taking heat for their Boston Massacre tee.

Eee, much like Entertainment Weekly’s “Killer” Batman cover after Aurora, that’s just unfortunate.

The phrase, for all of the non-sport guru PDers out there, comes from the 1978 sweeping World Series Championship win by the Yankees over the Boston Red Sox, not last week’s marathon bombing. Of course, that little tidbit of information does little to downplay the blood splatter design of the tee.Even historically speaking, Nike, not cool, not cool.

While Nike as of Monday yanked the shirt line, their few day hesitation has them currently being eaten alive by the public.

When discussing the term, it too can be pointed out that the original Boston Massacre ala Crispus Attucks (the first man of five colonists to fall) happened back in 1770. In that case, it wasn’t Chechen fan boys looking to blow up their social media accounts with followers, but a tyrannical government working to disarm an over taxed citizenry…hmmm… That’s totally different from today… Completely, totally… Not even remotely similar…

Who says history repeats itself? 

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