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  1. Colonel Sanders was highly critical of KFC, calling it "a damn fried doughball stuck on some chicken" and "God-damned slop," while denouncing the gravy as "horrible." At times he'd surprise enter a KFC and throw the food on the floor if in disgust.

  2. The "Made in [Country]" mark was first established by the UK in 1887 in order to denounce foreign goods (mostly made in Germany) and encourage consumption of domestic goods. The plan backfired and consumers specifically bought products made in Germany as they were seen as reliable and cheap.

  3. In 1999 Coca Cola invented a vending machine that could adjust its prices based on the temperature, allowing it to hike up the price of a Coke on a hot summer day. Customers denounced the idea, while even Pepsi accused Coke of exploitation

  4. In 1999 Coca Cola invented a vending machine that could adjust its prices based on the temperature, allowing it to hike up the price of a Coke on a hot summer day. Customers denounced the idea, while even Pepsi accused Coke of exploitation

  5. The Old Testament, New Testament, and the Qur'an all have passages that denounce and in many cases downright prohibit collecting interest on loans

  6. China was one of the only places in the world that did not release Elvis Presley's music at the time of its initial release. The few Elvis fans who managed to get their hands on his records often saw the material set ablaze by Red Guards and the government denounced his music as pornography

  7. On March 6, 1967, Stalin's daughter - 41-year-old Svetlana Alliluyeva - defected at the U.S. embassy in New Delhi, India, where she publicly denounced Communism and “embraced God, America and apple pie.”

  8. The 1964 war movie 'The Battle of the Bulge' was so historically inaccurate that President Dwight D. Eisenhower came out of retirement and held a press conference just to denounce the film.

  9. Elvis Presley met with Richard Nixon. He wanted to get a badge from the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs because with it “he [believed he] could legally enter any country... carrying any drugs he wished.” After denouncing America's drug culture to the President, the King got his wish.

  10. During the My Lai massacre, which resulted in more than three hundred Vietnamese civilian casualties by the American forces, there were three soldiers that tried to halt the attack and save women and children. The three were denounced as traitors by some of the Congressmen.

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For the first 22 years of its history Georgia banned all lawyers from the colony. Founder James Oglethorpe denounced them as a 'pest and scourge of mankind.'

When the Pope addressed the European Parliament in 1988, the future Northern Irish first minister Rev. Ian Paisley interrupted by shouting "I denounce you as the Antichrist". German MEP Otto von Habsburg, son of the last Austro-Hungarian emperor, responded by punching him in the face.

The 1965 film ‘The Battle of the Bulge’ was so Historically Inaccurate, That President Eisenhower Came Out of Retirement & Held a Press Conference Just to Denounce the Film.

Wilhelm Furtwängler, a leading German conductor, called Hitler a "hissing street pedlar" and an "enemy of the human race". He also refused to give the Nazi salute, wrote public letters denouncing antisemitism, and once got into a shouting match with Hitler over Nazi cultural policy.

The 1964 Hollywood War Spectacular 'The Battle of the Bulge' was so historically inaccurate, that President Dwight D Eisenhower came out of retirement and held a press conference just to denounce the film.

"fundamentalist preachers" asked Fred Rogers to denounce homosexuality. In response, Mr. Rogers would pat the target on the shoulder and say, “God loves you just as you are.” Rogers also belonged to a “More Light” congregation of the Presbyterian Church dedicated to welcoming LGBT citizens.

When twister was introduced in 1966,it was denounced by critics as"sex in a box"

1964 Republican Presidential Nominee Barry Goldwater was a supporter of gay rights and denounced the religious right after their rise in 1980's

The creator of the American incarnation of Mothers Day's later denounced the holiday and tried to have it removed from the national calendar because it became too commercialized.

When the 1979 film The China Syndrome, about a coverup at a nuclear plant, was released, it was denounced as a 'character assassination of an entire industry'. 12 days later, the Three Mile Island nuclear accident occurred.

Nikita Khrushchev delivered a "secret speech" denouncing Stalin in 1956 which was so shocking that it caused heart attacks for some in attendance and others to commit suicide afterwards.

Nazi Hermann Goering said: "The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same way in any country.”

After the Muhammed cartoons controversy, an Iranian newspaper launched the 'Holocaust Cartoon Competition' to denounce "Western hypocrisy on freedom of speech". The Danish journalist behind Muhammed cartoons said they'll publish the Holocaust cartoons but he was ultimately fired.

The Ku Klux Klan and the Westbroro Baptist Church have denounced one another. The KKK opposes the WBC anti-soldier statements, and the WBC opposes the KKK's racism.

Nikita Khrushchev made a speech denouncing Stalin that was so shocking it caused heart attacks for some in attendance and others committed suicide afterwards.

Armin T. Wegner who resisted both the Armenian Genocide & the Holocaust. In 1915, he took hundreds of photos of the persecuted Armenians and was subsequently arrested. In 1933, he wrote a letter to Hitler denouncing the persecution of Jews, and was then sent to a concentration camp.

When twister was introduced in 1966 it was denounced as ‘sex in a box’

Nathaniel Bedford Forrest, a one-time Grand Wizard of the KKK, later recanted his former racism, spoke openly of interracial harmony, and was denounced by Confederate veterans for it.

The guy who wrote *The Anarchist Cookbook* became a teacher, denounced his book, and was unaware of how many perpetrators of violent crimes had a copy of his book in their possession.

When twister was first launched, critics denounced it by asserting that it was “sex in a box”.

A Nazi general was so disturbed by the atrocities in Ustashe concentration camps that he publicly denounced them and became deeply involved in a plot to overthrow the Croatian regime, and replace it with a pro-Allied government.

French writer Volataire's last words were, after being asked by a priest to denounce the devil, "Now is not the time for making new enemies."

Now is not the time for making new enemies" were allegedly the death bed words of Voltaire, after being asked by a priest to denounce Satan.

While visiting a botanical garden, a 75 year-old woman was attacked by a rabid raccoon. Knowing Tai Chi, she pinned it to the ground & strangled it. When people referred to her as a hero, she denounced it saying “it was horrible, but had to be done” & that she thinks about the raccoon every day.

The Vagabonds Act (1547) stated "if anyone refuses to work, he shall be condemned as a slave to the person who has denounced him as an idler." The owner could then force the new slave to do any work "no matter how vile." If the slave escaped three times, you could execute them.