Bed, Bath and Beyond Good Taste-Continued

The origin of the sheets emblazoned with WWII “Jude” stars remains a mystery, in spite of the manufacturers’ efforts to get to the bottom of this disturbing interior design fiasco. J. reports that Salem and Sons, the parent company of Nature at Home, have traced the fabric to a factory in South Carolina but have not unraveled how the sheets came to be for sale in fifteen Grocery Outlets across California. A total of 24 sets (we assume this means a fitted sheet, a flat one and two pillowcases) have been pulled from the shelves. Since Salem and Sons claims that almost every one of their employees is Jewish, we can only assume at least one of them is blind.

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