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Impossible is Nothing says Bin Laden

A new Adidas spokesperson?

Okay, since when did Osama join the likes of David Beckham, Lionel Messi, Tracey McGrady, Kevin Garnett, etc. in Adidas’s “Impossible is Nothing” advertising campaign? LOL! (If you are confused, click on the image to get the original so you can see what Bin Laden says.)

I saw these awesome cigarette cases in the same “Heaven of Matches” store that I mentioned in my previous blog post as well as my next one. Too bad I don’t smoke. Otherwise, I would have bought a few of these. I probably should have!  But they are a little pricey at 35 rmb (about $6 USD) a piece.  🙂

4 responses

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  2. Ming Lau

    Interesting photo. Would like to visit Shanghai some day. 2 comments ….
    (1) you can always bargain with the seller. I would not be surprised he/she will sell it to you at half the listed price.
    (2) the equivalent statement of “nothing is impossible” is “something is possible”, which is not the same as “一切偕有可能”. 🙂

    2012/06/26 at 12:36 AM

    • Hi Ming, great to hear from you! Shanghai is a great city to visit. You should plan a trip for sure. I will have more photos to post up soon. 🙂

      2012/06/26 at 11:34 PM

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