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(Huffington Post)   Phrases not to use in an ad featuring passengers on airplane: 'Air sickness', 'in flight meal', and of course, 'you're all going to die'   ( divider line
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2013-05-07 10:13:17 AM  

darwinpolice: Honest Bender: Who gets upset over this sort of thing?  Do people really find this offensive?  I hate you all.

TFA says that the CEO of the ad agency said that there hasn't been any controversy so far.  Unnecessary article is unnecessary.

So little that they had to get Huffington Post to mention it, in the hopes they'd finally offend some people.  If you want stupid, easily offended people, it's important to chum the right waters...
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