People Are Not Happy With This Legal Seafoods Ad

People Are Not Happy With This Legal Seafoods Ad. And, nope, not the Jesus fish one. The one in Monday’s Globe featuring an obituary for Henry Wheeler, 92, a banker who died on September 7. As the ad copy goes, it’s “… too bad he didn’t go to Legal Sea Foods and eat more fish. He would have lived a little longer.” As it tends to happen every time Legal has a new campaign, this is the one that crosses the line.  [Campaign Outsider]

Does Someone Really Have To Explain This About Women Voters? Hold on to your hats, because what you’re about to read may shock you: Women voters don’t go all “ME JANE, YOU TARZAN” when deciding how to vote. Luckily, we have a few Boston-area business owners (who also happen to be women) to clear up any confusion of this sort, which, apparently, remains in 2012.  [Herald]

Southie-Based Gazelle Expects 1 Million Hits with iPhone 5 Announcement. “For our business it’s definitely a milestone,” says Anthony Scarsella, the chief gadget officer of, which buys, refurbishes, and resells consumer electronics so they don’t wind up in landfills. “It’s going to be one of the biggest events in the history of the company. We’re really looking to set up record breaking numbers and buy up as many iPhones as possible.”  [CBS]

Two with Ties To Lawrence Mayor Indicted. Lawrence Mayor William Lantigua’s former chief of staff Leonard Degnan and deputy police chief Melix Bonilla will be arraigned on Wednesday on a slew of corruption charges in Salem Superior Court. Lantigua has denied reports of corruption in his administration, but many accounts indicate otherwise.  [Herald]

Store Owner Decides to Round Change—Not Pricesto Nearest Nickle. It’s Caleb Magoon’s way of showing the Man that pennies are no longer necessary in today’s society. Magoon, who owns Power Play Sports in Morrisville, Vt.,  estimates the most he could lose in a year is $25. Still, why not just round off your prices instead?  [WHDH]