Monogrammed underwear supposedly belonging to Eva Braun can be yours.
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It all began down in Munichtown.
Previously: Nazi-themed opera cancelled
JC Penney's Hitler kettle
has sold out online. Josh Sanburn at Time:
"You’ll have to visit JC Penney stores in person to buy the tea kettle that resembles former German Chancellor and Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler."
Separated at birth: the Michael Graves Design Bells and Whistles Stainless Steel Kettle and Hitler? (The handle is apparently his hair. The spout is a sieg heil salute.) Redditors are having a field day with this. More at The Atlantic. (Thanks, Bob Pescovitz!)
Prompted by yesterday's "marketing vs. reality" Nutrisystem moment, Simon Jenkins sent in this photo, whereby opening a snack reveals its cuddly corporate mascot to be none other than the evil Hitler Cat. [View full size at Flickr]
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