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July 11, 2008

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martyweil

How about the 1917 Whitman's Candy ad that features an illustration of Santa delivering munitions to WWI soldiers? In the ad, Ol' Saint Nick is depicted wearing combat boots and military paraphernalia. Now, that's one bad Santa.

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