SOURCE: The New York Times
A room at the Metropolitan Museum of Art tells the story of tea and politics, from China to Britain and that “party” in Boston.
SOURCE: Telegraph (UK)
Trouble is brewing for an American retailer after customers noted that one of its tea kettles bears a striking resemblance to Adolf Hitler.Bemused motorists took photographs of the huge JCPenney billboard advertising the kettle as they drove past it on the 405 Interstate highway near Culver City in California, one of America's busiest stretches of roads."That Hitler looks like a kettle," commented one user of Reddit, one of the several websites where the image was posted over the weekend."He even has his right arm extended," wrote another, while a third added: "I'm a little Nazi, short and stout"....
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