No, Nike did not just release "Boston Massacre" t-shirts to mock Marathon bombing

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15 Responses to “No, Nike did not just release "Boston Massacre" t-shirts to mock Marathon bombing”

  1. awjt says:

    Even though the timing is awful, I’d rather look at that than anything with “Tea Party” written on it.

  2. TheDisco says:

    Not only that, these shirts are magic! They just POP BACK UP randomly even after being removed from the sales floor. 

  3. Or related to the Roller Derby team.

  4. Aloisius says:

    Why would anyone think this was related to the bombings? Didn’t we all learn about the Boston Massacre in elementary school?

  5. lloydsev says:

    We all need to stop being so offended by everything .. I think it’s pretty obvious that a company like Nike wouldn’t be selling a shirt pronouncing the Boston Marathon Bombings on the front of it with no other image.

    • Antinous / Moderator says:

      I think it’s pretty obvious that a company like Nike wouldn’t be selling a shirt pronouncing the Boston Marathon Bombings on the front of it with no other image.

      Like when Reebok had to recall 18,000 pairs of shoes because they named them after a rape demon?

  6. rocketpj says:

    So we’ve now reached the stage post-bad thing where people go looking for things to get offended about?  Good to know.

     

    • doniphon says:

       “We’ve now reached…” 

      Who is this “we?”  I’m not part of your “we,” and now I’m highly offended.

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