12 August 2009
The product is a doll called the "Cuddle with Me" baby doll manufactured by a company called BrassKey Keepsakes. The controversy stemmed from the black version of the doll which is surrounded by monkeys and wears a hat labeled "Lil' Monkey," while the white version is surrounded by pandas and wears a hat labeled "Pretty Panda."
BrassKey Keepsakes is operated By: two sisters Judy Mullins and Mary Gustaff who now developes licensed products for nationally-known company's such as: The Walt Disney Company ( now if you really read the signature of Walt you can see the 666 enclosed), Warner Brothers, United Media, Universal Studios, Classic Media, and Good Times. This company started in 1980.Judy Mullins and Mary Gustaff never planned to become experts in manufacturing in China.Nearly three decades later, Brass Key Corp. is a successful importer with $20 million in annual sales and 22 U.S. employees as well as another 13 in China. Even in the 2008 economy, its sales grew 5 percent. Now Brass Key continues to sell to Costco, as well as to Sam’s Club, Wal-Mart, Toys ‘R’ Us and Target. They are a licensee for Disney, which in 2005 and 2006 designated Brass Key a supplier of the year.
They Playing with OUR Babies Lives
The Plan wasn't design with US in MIND
Every Since 1776 They Been Plotting....
I'M SICK n TIRED so SICK n TIRED
-Enoch 7th Prophet
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