Telling depressed children that this is the most carefree they will ever be in their lives is terrible advertising for not killing yourself. Just a heads-up, adults.
"A lot of adults just flat-out refuse to take the emotions of children seriously. And, OK, kids cry over a lot of dumb things, sure. However, there's a difference between crying over One Direction breaking up and crying because you want to rip off your own skin to get away from yourself and you don't understand why."
In 2002, Siemens filed papers with the U.S. Patent and Trademark office to use the name "Zyklon" for a series of home appliances, including gas ovens. "Zyklon B" was, of course, the pesticide used in the gas chambers at Auschwitz. After an outcry, they decided not to go forward with those plans.