Pamela Anderson and an assistant show a lot of cleavage in a dream sequence of a man during a board meeting. The ASA came to the conclusion that Pamela Anderson was shown sexually throughout the ad and objectified.
The parent company of Crazy Domains defends the ad saying that it is not gratuitous or pornographic according to The Telegraph. In the end Crazy Domains is now getting more online buzzwith this banned ad scandal. It is impressive that Pamela Anderson is still as sexy as in her best times decades ago. Watch the Pamela Anderson Crazy Domain commercial below.
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Props to WIRED magazine for getting the interview everyone wanted: a full-length on the record with Edward Snowden from his Russian hideout. But that cover! Oh, that cover. The full image has to be seen to be believed. It would have been a provocative sight were Snowden not so comically dorky-looking. And, you know, a traitor. With the possible exception of Snowden's media accomplice, Glenn Greenwald, I ... Source: Big Government
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Aug 15 2014, 11:07am CDT
Edward Snowden's latest media move is perhaps one of his most provocative.
The whistleblower gave a lengthy interview to Wired magazine, which also brought famed photographer Platon to Moscow to take pictures of him. The picture that wound up on the cover shows Snowden holding the American flag:
Presenting @WIRED’s September cover: Edward Snowden, photographed by Platon http://t.co/coSb2mGohJ pic.twitter.com/dH4EPdcAaw— Scott Dadich (@sdadich) August 13 ... Source: Politics - The Huffington Post
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Aug 13 2014, 7:34am CDT
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