That was the first in a series of related stories that began to surface this week:
Stay-Puft Products pulled their ad featuring the cartooned Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man because some thought the mean look on his face symbolized support for Palestinian Terrorism. Apple Computer has agreed to pull its ads where a portly PC and a slim Apple chat about the ups and downs of personal computing because some people feel the PC symbolizes America and the Apple chap symbolizes support for Palestinian Terrorism. Quaker Foods pulled their ad featuring a cartoon likeness of the fictional 'Aunt Jemima' because a smiling black woman was thought by some people to symbolize support for Palestinian Terrorism. Nike has agreed to rework their Swoosh Trademark because some people think is symbolizes support for Palestinian Terrorism. Rice Krispies was asked to end their "snap, crackle, pop" slogan for fear of encouraging suicide bombers.