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So it being an easy and relaxed Saturday morning, I decided to enter into Google the search phrase "size of a suitcase bomb". I came up with six or seven regular hits, but only one over in the "Sponsored Links" column:

Bag Bomb
Great Savings of 10% - 20% Online
Shop Target.com

Lots of discussion lately about how big multinational corporations have to cave in to local ordinances in order to do business inside repressive regimes. Okay, well, that's part of the price of becoming MegaCorp, I guess. Turns out if you want to be big, you can't always not do evil.

But do they really need to offer 10-20% discounts on bag bombs, and throw in the ability to shop for  targets online?

Sheesh. And I thought Wal-Mart was bad.


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Well, with a name like Target...

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