(Newser) – First Target had a problem with fidget spinners . Now it's taking heat for another item in its toy department, apologizing for a game that's designed to be offensive but looks to have crossed the line. TMZ reports the retailer is pulling an expansion pack for the popular game Cards Against Humanity off of its shelves after a customer spotted the "Chosen People Pack" at his local Target—a pack that contained anti-Semitic cards with some jaw-dropping inscriptions. "Despicable," tweeted Mike Lieber, posting pics of some of the cards inside the pack, which featured the remarks "Torturing Jews until they say they're not Jews anymore" and "Can't you see? The Jews are behind everything—the banks, the media, even________!," among others. There's also a card that makes a sexual reference to Anne Frank.
In a statement to Fox News, a spokesperson for Target said: “We are aware of this extended card pack of the game Cards Against Humanity and are in the process of removing it from our stores. We apologize for any disappointment as it is never our intention to offend our guests with the products we carry.”
Reconfigured by French customizer Vincent Degano, the bike’s new look is defined by its shiny and sleek copper finish. The engine was etched clean and painted black after the rebuild, along with the wheels. After sand blasting the carbs, forks, frame and shock spring shot, they were covered with a custom copper powder coat, while the bodywork was painted in a faux copper paint that emits an extra polished finish.
vincent degano first developed an interest in BMW motorcycles from an early age, as his father was a member of the french police and rode them. today he customizes bikes in a scrambler style due to its relaxed riding position. he decided it was time to try something new and build a café racer, so he chose BMW’s ‘R100 R mystic’ for the job. the bike’s engine was etched clean and painted black after the rebuild, along with the wheels. aftersand blasting the carbs, forks, frame and shock spring shot – they were in a covered with a custom copper powder coat. the bodywork is painted in a faux copper paint that shines with an extra polished finish. vincent fitted a set of 2010 speed triple forks that were accompanied with a pair of radial brembo brakes. a new axel, wheel and disc spacers had the 320 mm stoppers sitting in the right position, while some custom lines from silver performance rounded it off. the wheels were then blacked out and fitted with avon ‘storm 3D’ rubber.
“Fun fact: 100% of the Cards Against Humanity writers are Jewish. Can you believe it? A Jewish comedy writer! Anything is possible in 2017,” reads the product description on the game’s site. It adds that the expansion pack contains “30 cards from our big brains full of facts and sadness.”
Refrain from posting comments that are obscene, defamatory or inflammatory, and do not indulge in personal attacks, name calling or inciting hatred against any community. Help us delete comments that do not follow these guidelines by marking them offensive . Let’s work together to keep the conversation civil.
What makes the Previa cool is that it’s a mid-engine minivan . That’s right, just like a Lamborghini Aventador or McLaren Senna, the Previa keeps it’s mill hunkered down and between the axles. Not only that, but the 133-horsepower 2TZ-FE four under the floor lies canted over on its side with the sump housed immediately below its sideways bores. All the major ancillaries are carried remotely under the hood, and are powered via a “Supplementary Accessory Drive System (SADS), which is totally not sad.
Nissan had the lowest price hike during the past 12 months, ranging from 10.2% to 32.8%, except for Juke Platinum the price of which rose by 96.13%, equivalent to EGP 174,000 since last November. The company also added EGP 21,000 to the price of Sunny, EGP 67,000 to Sentra, and EGP 100,000 to Qashqai.