| May 24, 2007
A new low, drug marketing on children’s toys.
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Ouch. That’s pretty bad.
I want some!
Superb kitsch value.
Yeah, right. That’s kitsch. A stupid trinket I would put on my desk. Do we really need to be afraid that if someone gave this to their kid all the sudden the 4-year-old set will be demanding risperidol? I think we need a little perspective here.
Not anymore than if I gave my kid a toy gun or a kiddie bow and arrow set.
Somehow I don’t see this as an attempt to sell to kids. Those promo items look like something cute that’s intended to sit on a doctor’s desk and amuse him. Now, if they started including them in happy meals I might have to change my mind ……
Is this the work of Peter Bell of J&J and Autism Speaks?
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