So earlier this summer, Nike upset certain gays and their allies with an ad showing a basketball player dangling his balls in another guy's face, bearing the slogan "That Ain't Right." And everybody got so pissy about it that the company pulled the ad, which even we were surprised by. But that was just one in a series of similar Hyperdunk ads—and what's the point of pulling it when, as Copyranter points out, other ads in the campaign that are still on display might be considered even worse?* EWWW:

*Considered worse by strident advocates of the homosexual agenda, of course.** **Asterisk usage stolen from Moe. [via Copyranter at Animal. Pic is in the West 4th St. subway station in NYC.]