Colbert Report: American Apparel “exploited all those young girls for nothing.”

Via on Sep 16, 2010


“It’s as if they exploited all those young girls for nothing? I thought ‘Sex Sells’?! Beeeeeeeep. I don’t understand business at all!”

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3 Responses to “Colbert Report: American Apparel “exploited all those young girls for nothing.””

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