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Wednesday, June 10, A.D. 2009
Missouri Family in Czech Store Advertisement

You may have already seen this story, but I found it rather funny. Evidently, a private family photograph from Danielle Smith of O’Fallon, Missouri made its way through the bizarre twists and turns of the internet all the way to store front posters in the Czech Republic. The Czechs are denying any wrongdoing, as we should expect of such folks! Smith found out about her unknown modeling adventure when one of her college friends happened to see Smith, her husband, and her children plastered on store windows in Prague. Mrs. Smith discusses the episode on her ExtraordinaryMommy blog. The story has since gone viral.

So, before you upload the next picture of yourself, stop and think what foreigners might do with it. I have heard that the Japanese have peculiar advertising tastes . . .

Posted by Joseph on Wednesday, June 10, Anno Domini 2009
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