Cardinal Condoms prepares legal action against the Catholic Church.
We find the innumerous scandals in which the church is involved damages to the brand name Cardinal.
The number of accusations against the Church made by adults everywhere in the world of sexual abuse in their childhood grows every day. Even worse was a huge scandal in Holland because of the refusal of the church to pay economic damages to one of the victims. The Church wanted the liability insurance to pay.
Recently a Catholic Church in Holland refused hosts to homosexual believers going to communion. Around the same time Angelo Balducci, a ‘Gentleman of His Holiness’, who serves as a ceremonial usher in the papal house, was caught enlisting Thomas Ehiem, a Vatican Choir member, to be the middle man in his male prostitute meet-and-greets. At least one time the men met in the Vatican.
We are a premium brand with an excellent reputation. But the negative publicity around the criminal behavior of the Church is causing damage to our brand. We have contacted a specialized law firm.
Of course this is just a way to get some free advertising, but I can’t help but laugh!
There is an epidemic of vitamin D deficiency sweeping across our modern world, and it’s an epidemic of such depth and seriousness that it makes the H1N1 swine flu epidemic look like a case of the sniffles by comparison. Vitamin D deficiency is not only alarmingly widespread, it’s also a root cause of many other serious diseases such as cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis and heart disease.
A new study published in the March, 2010 issue of the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism found that a jaw-dropping 59 percent of the population is vitamin D deficient. In addition, nearly 25 percent of the study subjects were found to have extremely low levels of vitamin D.
Here’s a free tip, people: get out of your cubicle and enjoy the sun more often!
With much of Wall Street’s attention focused on Lehman Brothers’s use of an unusual accounting practice to temporarily lighten its balance sheet, a former chief financial officer of the firm told Bloomberg News on Friday that the maneuvers were unacceptable.
“I would call it shenanigans,” Brad Hintz, now a financial analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein & Company, told Bloomberg in an interview. “This made it worse.”
Mr. Hintz, who worked at Lehman until the late 1990s (but before the implementation of the now-infamous “Repo 105″), said that the accounting technique only masked the firm’s financial woes, not solved them.
I have only one word.
Advertisers have been able to direct online messages based on demographics, income and even location, but one element has been largely missing until recently: immediacy. Advertisers booked slots in advance, and could not make on-the-fly decisions about what ads to show based on what people were doing on the Web.
Now, companies like Google, Yahoo and Microsoft let advertisers buy ads in the milliseconds between the time someone enters a site’s Web address and the moment the page appears. The technology, called real-time bidding, allows advertisers to examine site visitors one by one and bid to serve them ads almost instantly.
For example, say a man just searched for golf clubs on eBay (which has been testing a system from a company called AppNexus for more than a year). EBay can essentially follow that person’s activities in real time, deciding when and where to show him near-personalized ads for golf clubs throughout the Web.
Advertisers can go ahead and buy anything they want in the milliseconds between me entering an address and the page appearing. As long as the actual appearance of the page is under my control (and on my computer it will be), Adblock will have the last word.