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The 6 Creepiest Marketing Campaigns Aimed at Children

Society & Culture  (tags: children, abuse, crime, culture, dishonesty, environment, ethics, family, interesting, health, corruption, rights, sadness, society, usa, tv, media, freedoms, celebrity )

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When you're a child, all of your income is disposable, and as far as you're concerned so is your parents'. That's why everyone from mega-corporations to school yard drug dealers crowd in to get a piece of the pie.It's also why you get advertising campaig

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Pat B (356)
Wednesday August 6, 2008, 7:40 am
good ariticle, and worth noting, Cate. thankx!!!

Pat B (356)
Wednesday August 6, 2008, 7:41 am
oops, i meant to type 'article'...sorry

Linda B (71)
Wednesday August 6, 2008, 8:33 pm
For a country with so many rules, regulations, and laws, we still fail miserably when it comes to children.

Jillian G (6)
Thursday August 7, 2008, 7:21 am
So if I do herion Rachel Leigh Cook will come to my house and destroy my kitchen? Well I have to say that IS a deterrent to doing heroin, I mean I know I don't want my kitchen destroyed.

Dorothy Commander (61)
Thursday August 7, 2008, 8:00 am
Very bizarre.......but I could go on a rant about what our children are exposed to in the media.
I do think A&F is overrated..they should put less $$ into their ads and apply it to their slave labor. The people who make the clothing are overworked, underpaid and have horrid work conditions.

Dorothy Commander (61)
Thursday August 7, 2008, 8:02 am
BTW what century is the Santa commercial?
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