The Hitler Pot may sound like a ‘killer joint’, but it’s actually the nickname of a new tea-pot being sold at JCPenney. As you can see from the photo below, it is quite obvious that this anti-Semite bastard has boiled over onto the shelves this retailer that tried to scare away Jewish customers once already by removing the term ‘sale’. Is there an anti-Jewish conspiracy or is this all in some old ladies head with too much time on her hands? Read the article from ABC NEWS (below) and decide for yourself:
Poor JC Penney just can’t catch a break.
This time, some are accusing it of using Adolf Hitler’s image to boost sales.
Two weeks after a consumer investigation found some Penney’s stores placing new higher priced stickers on merchandise, then having a sale on the new higher prices, the troubled chain is now the subject of controversy again.
But the store is now in hot water for putting up billboards showing a teapot that resembles Hitler.
Was it Accidental or Deliberate?
The billboard is actually for the new Michael Graves teapot at Penneys.
It was supposed to be a proud moment, because Penney’s has taken the popular Graves line that was sold at Target for the past 10 years.
But instead, the rollout has been overshadowed by this image controversy.
At least one large billboard in Los Angeles shows a teapot that resembles the Fuhrer.
If you squint your eyes, so the image becomes blurry and appears to have Hitler’s hair and mustache. The website Gawker shows the similarity point by point.
Not only that, but it is giving a Nazi salute. Or is it? Penney’s has not yet commented on whether this is just an accident, or was done on purpose to generate buzz…sort of like Kmart’s “ship my pants” and “big gas” ads.
What do you think?
As always, don’t waste your money.
Lubavitch Comedian Mendy Pellin is at it again with new episodes of “Jewbellish: The Show”.
Mr. Pellin, whose work has racked up over two million views on YouTube, is the force behind “Jewbellish: The Show”, a sketch comedy web series sponsored by humor/alt-culture site Jewbellish.com. “I’m really excited about this show,” says Mr. Pellin, “because it gives me an opportunity to push the boundaries of my comedy beyond my traditional audience.”
“Jewbellish: The Show” premiered on the web in late March with three Passover-themed sketches. The show recently wrapped production on four new sketches that are scheduled for release next month. They feature Mr. Pellin as the host of a cooking show.
Mr. Pellin’s producing partner, Arnon Z. Shorr, remarked on the new material, “I’ve been working with Mendy since 2010, and I think this is some of our best material.” Mr. Shorr, who directs some of the episodes, also writes the “Musing Pictures” column for Max It Magazine.
With the new sketches just entering post-production, the Jewbellish team is already at work preparing eight more sketches for an early-summer shoot.
For more information about the show and its sponsor, visit www.jewbellish.com
Watch current episodes on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/JEWBELLish
If you watch The Office on NBC, you probably have a little crush on Ameena Kaplan. It’s not just Darryl that has his eye on her. But if you’re Jewish you may have an advantage over Darryl, as Ameena prefers Jewish men. Why? Because she’s part of the club.
She recently starred in a comedy sketch alongside Comedian Mendy Pellin. They both may have different looks, but are equally 100% Jew. They celebrated their diversity on set by Jewbellishing.
Jewish law is famous for ‘walls and fences’ to prevent one from stepping on biblical transgression. Jewish law is also famous for Loopholes. This image is a great example of a brilliant loophole around the Rabbinical internet ban. When you can’t ‘thumbs-up’ your picture on Facebook, do it manually in the image.