The Bank of Canada did focus groups to assess the public's reaction to it's new $20 bill.
It appears that the Canadian public has confused the Canadian National Vimy Memorial, which commemorates the 1917 Battle of Vimy Ridge and honors Canadians who fought in World War I with the Twin Towers that fell on 9/11. Further, some thought some of the Grecian statues it features -- namely a group of nude women representing truth, faith, justice, charity, knowledge and peace -- are "too pornographic."
Sheesh! They're worse than Republican conservatives living in the American heartland! Who would have known?Canada's New $20 Bill Shows Twin Towers, Pornographic Images, Focus Groups Say
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