When Ashley Madison, a social networking site for married people looking to have affairs, put up a billboard in Times Square, the owners of the building across the way threatened to burn it down. Soon major news teams like Fox were reporting on the complaints the advertisement stirred up among offended passersbys. By Thursday, July 24, only three days after it went up, the billboard was removed. Positioned among sexy Victoria's Secret ads, the Naked Cowboy, and events like National Underwear Day, the image that so scandalized New Yorkers was an open hotel room door with a couple embracing inside. On the door, a sign read, “Life is short,... More >>>