1. Santa in Austrailia is no longer allowed to say "Ho, Ho, Ho" in fear of offending women. Now, Santa are to say "Ha, ha, ha" 2. After Islamic Terrorists Mohammed Sidique Khan, Shehzad Tanweer, Germaine Lindsay, and Hasib Hussien blew themselves up in London on a crowded bus, Killing 52 and injuring 700 in July of 2005: The BBC called them "Misguided Criminals" in order to not offend. 3. The London Daily Telegraph reported on a classified European Union Handbook that advises Government spokesmen not to link Islam and Terrorism in their Statements,banning words such as jihad and fundamentalist. 4. Philadelphia Philly Cheesesteak Restauraunt Owner to go to court over sign in front of his shop window that states ""This is AMERICA: WHEN ORDERING PLEASE 'SPEAK ENGLISH.'" The Philadelphia Commision on Human Relations state that Joe Vento, the Owner, "violated a city ordinance that prohibits discrimination in employment, public accommodation and housing on the basis of race, ethnicity or sexual orientation." Though Languague is not on this list. 5. During the last Super Bowl. The NFL refused to air a recruitment Commericial for the Border Patrol, in fear of Offending the Hispanic Community. 6. Public Schools teachers no longer allowed to use the color Red in reviewing Students work. Because "Red is a bit over-the-top in its aggression". We don't want the students to lose any of their precious "Self-Esteem". 7. Following complaints that it was racist, owners of a minor-league basketball team in Buffalo, N.Y. have changed the logo of their team, the Silverbacks, from a gorilla to some sort of panther-critter, according to the Buffalo News. Members of Buffalo's black community were said to be upset with the previous logo — a red-skinned gorilla dunking a basketball — because they said bigots sometimes use terms such as "monkey," "ape" and "gorilla" as racial slurs against blacks. The team is named after the adult male lowland gorilla. The new logo features a panther with a silver streak down its back, even though no such creature exists in the wild. 8. Mark Twain's classic novel, Huckleberry Finn, has been removed from high school reading lists at a school district in Michigan following complaints from parents about the book's language and portrayal of slavery in early America, according to the Detroit News. Students at high schools in Taylor, Mich., will no longer be required to read the book after a parent complained. The complaint came from the parents of an African-American honors English student who objected to reading the book aloud in class. The News says the parent was outraged at the book's use of a certain racially charged word that begins with N. The district says it is also studying other books students are assigned to read for objectionable material. 9. Owner of "McGuire's Irish Pub" in Destin, FL was forced to remove signs infront of the Restroom for "“Lack of signage properly designating bathrooms." The Signs were up for over 30 Years and a Community Staple.