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Nike has pulled their "Boston Massacre" t-shirts for obvious reasons, but the words are not intentionally insensitive: The long-standing slogan refers to the Yankees win over the Boston Red Sox in the 1978 American League championship series. Apparently you can still get them on eBay and the price is growing. [Fashionista]