Amazon Shut Down ‘Carry On’ Owner Michael Fowler’s Accounts After Uproar Over T-Shirts

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Solid Gold Bomb Founder Michael Fowler Apologizes for T-Shirts Promoting Rape, Domestic Violence

Michael Fowler, the founder of Solid Gold Bomb Inc., who came under fire for t-shirts encouraging rape and violence against women, now said that has doomed his company, including its five workers in Worcester, Mass. Amazon shut down his accounts following the uproar over the messages of misogyny, murder and rape, which include “Keep Calm and Rape a Lot.”

According to media reports, Michael Fowler went from the typical 800 orders to just three. He is now worried that Amazon won’t pay him $40,000 for t-shirts already sold. He said his company cannot last much longer. “We’re dead in the water,” Fowler said. “We have enough money to make payroll this Friday, and that’s it,” WTAE reports.

Michael Fowler has no-one to blame but himself. There is no way anyone in their right mind would do business with a company that puts out products encouraging rape and violence against anyone.

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Janet Shan is a freelance journalist and managing editor of the Hinterland Gazette, who is working on her first novel, a mystery based in the hills on Montego Bay.