#TheDailySpin: General Mills apologizes for suggestive comic

Not a part of a balanced breakfast. Plus, tragic news from the ad world; Santa doesn’t do poor countries; top editor out at The Los Angeles Times; the FCC enlist viewers help to keep the volume down; and more.

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Whoever created the comic will most likely find coal in his or her stocking come Christmas morning, which might be better than what these kids received Late night host Jimmy Kimmel dared parents to give kids horrible Christmas presents early, and as expected, some kids were none too pleased.

Seems these kids are missing the point of the holiday season. They could live in a third world country. As this new spot from UNICEF in Sweden highlights, Santa doesn’t “do poor countries.”

Some sad news from the advertising world today: An employee at Young & Rubicam in Manhattan died in an elevator accident at the agency’s midtown office building.

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