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Let me begin by saying that I may be misreading this altogether. Perhaps I've become too sensitive. Maybe I've dipped into the egg nog a few times too many. But I swear, one of the Jeep bobble-head ads promotes human trafficking.
The ad portrays a bobble-head couple out for a day of shopping in their jeep. They stop at a music store and eye a Fender amplifier and one quick time jump later, the amplifier is in the back of the jeep. The woman then eyes an older black bobble-head man, decked out as a blues player, and one quick time jump later the old man and his bobble-head dog are in the back with the amplifier. Now, the ad doesn't explicitly show the white bobbleheads paying for the black bobblehead, but he does end up in the back with the amp and not on a seat where one would expect a passenger to go; the implication seems to be there. And take note of the fact that while they're showing the old man in the back, there's a note at the bottom stating "Please remember to secure all cargo." Come on!
Am I reading too much into this? Check over the fold to watch the ad and answer a poll weighing in on my sanity.