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As Chairman Guido Barilla apologizes for antigay remarks made last week, pasta competitor Bertolli wastes no time with its own message: "Pasta and love for all!"
Bertolli Germany has posted the above illustration on its Facebook page.
Posted by Steve Rothaus at 02:59 PM
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'The Day It Snowed In Miami,' a 90-minute documentary about South Florida's role in the LGBT-rights movement.