The department store JCPenney came under fire last week, after someone noticed that a tea kettle they were selling resembled Nazi dictator Adolph Hitler. Of course, they claimed the resemblance was "unintentional" and immediately pulled the product from its website and retaile...
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Adolph Hitler / Stainless Steel Tea Kettle

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Joseph Stalin / Premium-Grain Pepper Mill

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Kim Jong-Il / High-Speed Blender

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Kim Jong-Un / Pair of High-Speed Mini-Blenders

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Fidel Castro / Cast Iron Skillet

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Muammar Gadaffi / Indoor, Electrically Heated Grill

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Benito Mussolini / Two-Slice Wide Slot Toaster

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Pol Pot / Pot Pole

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Saddam Hussein / Custom-Shaped Salad Spinner

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