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There is a bizarre new trend in advertising where campaigns seem to go out of their way to insult their target demographic. We don't know if they figure the controversy will stir up buzz or if the ads were designed by some executive on his last day at work, hoping to leave a last "fuck you" before shitting on his boss's desk and running out the front door. All we know is that they range from mildly insulting to downright horrifying, and that none of them should have made it past the concept stage.
#4. Chicago T-Shirts Make Fun of Boston Bombing Victims
As we all know, to make a great T-shirt you must be both A) topical and B) totally shitty to a specific group of people. So when coming up for a design to sell shirts for an upcoming Stanley Cup playoff series, Chicago T-shirt company Cubby Tees took one look at the shirts commemorating the bombing of the Boston Marathon ...
In case you missed it, or just saw people screaming about it on Facebook, the U.S. Supreme Court just ruled that the federal government will now recognize gay marriages as legitimate (specifically, that the Defense of Marriage Act that had been preventing it was unconstitutional). BUT individual states are still free to pass their own laws.
Millions of people, most of whom are neither gay nor looking to get same-sex married, are loudly asking on the Internet how exactly this case impacts their life.
For them we have provided a handy guide:
Some of you had literally never heard about the National Security Agency (NSA) prior to recent revelations that they are so far up your ass that you can text them to find out the next time you can expect to take a shit. So what's it like to work at the NSA? Apparently it's really, really weird. At least that's the impression you get from Cryptolog, the NSA's bizarre internal journal that has the look and feel of something printed on the back of a Chuck E. Cheese's place mat. Old issues of the magazine were recently declassified and uploaded to the Web, and the thing is like Highlights, but dumber. In the average issue you could find ...