Friday, March 16, 2007

A pro-active care label (link)

18 comments:

Mar said...

No way! Love it! Im gonna circulate that

nightS said...

lol..that's funny..definitely shared :)

Kodder said...

damn it...
I thought you stopped writing in here, haven't checked this blog in months...
I have a big archive to catch up with...

_z. said...

hehe, niiiiiiiice.

the bigger question is... how come you read the tags!

Coco said...

AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA good one! Ma assaro :)

_Z, it's a woman thing :P

arch.memory said...

Oh my god, this is great! Love it!
(Good question, Z!)

snurdly said...

The French may chuckle a little but they know their society is changing. A few decades from now France will be a Muslim country and they will no doubt have to contend with their recent rulings against head-scarves and discontentment of French Muslim youth. Yes, America is far better off with all its flaws and percieved ill-fated foreign policies as well. Will the Muslims in France become like the Shia in Lebanon and Iraq? Time will tell...

Zee said...

Snurdly is an interesting character, as is the characterization of low key deployment on a shirt label.

Mone said...

Nice!
lol zee :D

Mirvat said...

_Z i didn't take the picture

snurd gives me the creeps

Zee said...

Creeps?
He is just an provocateur extraordinaire ... nothing to be afraid of

Kodder said...

ahhh you got your own what is occupation in here...
heh...
anyway, coco...you said that reading tags is a woman's thing?
seems I am more feminine that I thought I am...

Rhiannon said...

snodtly,

I suggest you take care of your bastard nation "israel" with all its contemptful murdering of Palestinian children, you snotty little gossip, you. I suggest you stop worrying about France and America, and worry about your sick little racist government that doesn't know how to take care of its own people.

Typical israeli snobbery. You should be grateful for the billions you get from America. Without that money, your welfare state, "israel" would be nothing - nonexistent. Then the Palestinian children wouldn't have to starve, die and be murdered by your IOF. No more military might for the military. No more intrusions on Palestinian soil, wrecking homes and destroying olive groves and trees.

You have a lot more to worry about than head scarves, you little insignicant creepy crawly.

Rhiannon said...

Golda Meir had been born in Russia, grew up in Milwaukmee, Wisconsin and in 1921 migrated to Israel. In 1949, Golda Meir became Israel's first ambassador to the Soviet Union.

Representing Israel, Ambassador Golda Meir, a Bolshevik Jewess, met with two representatives of the Soviet Union: Kaganovich, a Bolshevik Jew and Stalin who had married a Bolshevik Jewess. They made a secret agreement -- a pact.

ISRAEL'S PART OF THE PACT WAS:

***Israel would not allow any Western country, especially the U.S. to build military bases on Israeli territory.

***Israel would allow an official communist party to function freely in Israel.

***Israel would not make any agreement to solve the Palestinian problem.

***Israel would influence world Jewry, especially in the U.S. to have Western Powers adopt a policy of favoring Israel over the Arabs.

***Israel was to continue its Marxist economic policies and prevent any free-enterprise tendencies.

Jack Bernstein

Nevermind the French and worry about your "israel".

And stop putting down the American policies! They serve your needs perfectly.

snurdly said...

Rhiannon--

Correction, in 1921 Golda migrated to Palestine.

Yes, Russia did find favor with Israel after the war and did favor them over the Arabs considering the Arabs had supported you know who against Russia during the war *s*

transient said...

rhiannon and snurdly are back at it? Great! and all it took was a clothing label.

Regardless of the politics, this is a damn funny label.

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, this is incorrect. Sorry to ruin all the fun. I work for American Apparel and that is not our label. If you look closely you can tell that it is not our label. We do not use size tabs like that. In addition, we have never done a campaign with hidden messages of this kind on our labels. If anyone has further questions, they can be directed to me at bernadith@americanapparel.net Thank you.

Mirvat said...

i thought it was american apparel. sorry for the mistake but i read that it was somewhere else as well. anyway, i removed the title