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Sex, Sarah Jessica Parker, an Orthodox Rabbi and a Corporate Giant Brought
Philip Stone November 25, 2004
It has not been a good week for famous brand advertisers. In Israel Unilever learned that Sex and the City doesn’t include Israeli cities; Heinz was told it wasn’t a great idea to serve tomato ketchup to guinea pigs, and a computer game maker had its poster for a Vietnam War game banned for proclaiming 'napalm never smelt this good.' available for restricted access.
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