LGF compiles photos froim a Hong Kong clothing store that thought swastikas and iron crosses would make festive decorations.
It's always been interesting to me that ironic deployments of Nazi iconography are always (appropriately enough) condemened as being in grotesquely poor taste, while it's generally acceptable to use the imagery of the even more murderous Soviet Union in similar ways. I used to grab an occasional drink at Manhattan's KGB Bar when I lived there, though I wouldn't be caught dead sipping a G&T in the "Gestapo Bar." In the abstract, I recognize that the former should be no more or less offensive than the latter, but I've absorbed our culture's visceral horror at one set of imagery, but not the other.
Incidentally, I recently caught a powerful lecture by Alan Charles Kors (RealAudio) on that very topic.