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Screengrab of Dr. Colbert awarding Threat number two to The Bingham Company, which placed a disturbing ad in The Economist (week of September 20, 2007) that featured a baby in the clutches of a bear. Ad is probably copyrighted by either The Bingham Company or The Economist, neither of which is affiliated with Wikiality.com, nor are we claiming there is. Same goes for the Bingham Company logo, which is probably copyrighted by just Bingham, who still has no affiliation with Wikiality.com, "The Colbert Report", September 20, 2007.
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