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Feds crack down on ‘bizarre’ ‘couchpotato’ ad that lets you watch porn without leaving home

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Feds cracked down on a bizarre “couch potatoato” ad that let users watch porn and watch it without leaving their homes.

The campaign was promoted on the Facebook page of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), which promotes civil rights and anti-discrimination.

The ad shows a black woman walking down the street with a friend and says, “Let’s see what we can do to change the world.”

She opens the door to a bedroom, slides the camera on her arm and turns it on.

The two then get down on the floor and play a game of “Poo-Poo.”

The woman asks her friend, “Can I watch your porn?”

The friend replies, “Sure.”

The two play a more graphic game.

The woman then turns the camera back on the camera and says “Oh, yeah, I can watch porn.”

The friends, still laughing, then ask her, “What do you want?”

The woman replies, and the two play more of the game, each person being given an image of a different scene.

The ads, which are the largest single campaign of its kind to date in the United States, were spotted in several states and were pulled down Wednesday.

The group said in a statement that the campaign was “disturbing, reprehensible and reprehensible.”

NAACP President Cornell William Brooks said the ad was “an attempt to incite racial hatred” and “to incite hatred against blacks and other people of color.”

He added, “The ad also violates the First Amendment rights of its advertisers.”

The ad was removed by Facebook.

A spokesperson for the NAACP said the group had not received any complaints from advertisers and had not seen any complaints or any negative feedback from the campaign.

The NAACP said it has “zero tolerance” for the use of ads that incite hatred or discrimination.

The groups statement called for “immediate and comprehensive actions” against the group’s advertisers.

NAACP President William Brooks says the ad “is disturbing and repulsive.”

The group called for immediate and comprehensive action against the ad’s advertisers, and said its ads “are not the product of our organization but of the advertisers.”

“The NAACP is dedicated to the equal protection and dignity of all people,” Brooks said.

The National Association of Black Journalists said in its statement that its ads have been “viciously attacked by individuals on social media, and their targeting of the NAACP is further evidence that the NAACP has no tolerance for racial profiling.”

The NAACP, which is black, said its advertisers have faced a “campaign of intimidation, bullying, threats and harassment” by online racists.

The organization said its sponsors had “no interest in being associated with this hate and harassment campaign.”

The National Urban League, which represents black and Latino youth, also said its advertising has been targeted by online trolls.

It said the “incitement of hate, racial bigotry and violence” on social platforms has been amplified in the last few months, and that it has received “hundreds of death threats and hateful messages.”

The NRA’s website says its ad campaign is about “freedom to watch our favorite movies and music online without the fear of being stalked or arrested, or being subjected to racial profiling or violence.”

The site also says its ads are about “the important role that advertising plays in empowering African-American and Hispanic communities to succeed in this nation, and to advance our economic, social and cultural well-being.”

The ads have garnered backlash from some critics, including the American Civil Liberties Union.

The ACLU says it’s disappointed by the NAACP’s ad campaign and said it is investigating the group for possible violations of the federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act.

The NRA has received $3.3 million from advertisers since 2010, according to the nonprofit Center for Responsive Politics.

The center’s website lists nearly 10,000 organizations that have given money to the NRA since 2010.

The majority of its money comes from corporate donors.

The most recent figures available show that the NRA gave more than $5.5 million in 2012, with most of that coming from its political action committee, Americans for Responsible Solutions, and its PAC, NRA PAC.

The other PACs that the group has given money from include: The National Rifle Association, a national pro-gun group that has donated nearly $4.7 million.

The Gun Owners of America, a gun rights group that gave $4 million.

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