Friday, October 23, 2009

PURCHASE, N.Y. — PepsiCo is removing the iPhone application that promised to help men "score" with different types of women about a week after it was criticized for stereotyping. "Amp up before you score." The application gave users pickup lines to woo two dozen stereotypes of women, from "the nerd" to "the foreign exchange student" and a scoreboard to keep track of their conquests.
A. They already got the publicity they wanted.
B. Like they care about stereotyping.
C. Sex sells.
D. Schools allow Amp and other beverages like it, but don't allow coffee. They allow Powerade but don't allow soda. They allow kids to drink 1 quart of water but then make them wait to use the bathroom.

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