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  Reply # 1544218 29-Apr-2016 20:02
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I had to laugh at the news when they said that wicked's lawyers are saying the ones banned should not be because they are not depicting what is thought. Example the snow white one is she is putting on makeup from a compact not snorting coke. Haahahahah gotta love it.

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  Reply # 1544223 29-Apr-2016 20:15
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All I can say is haha... idiot you should have toned it back earlier. Yes you got a lot of free media coverage, but do you really want negative coverage?


They will have to comply now, its not worth the penalty's which can now be imposed. Sure some of their slogans were controversial to say the least, but if some of them were not so brutal or non-pc they would still have that "when you were in NZ did you see those van's driving around with the cool art and the funny slogans" conversations by people in their target markets. Its a pity they had to be so vulgar and offensive to the general public. 

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