By now you've already heard about the Rachel Ray scarf scandal with Dunkin Donuts. The ad featuring her dressed in a scarf, drinking an iced latte has been pulled from the brand's website so as not to offend those who may believe that Rachel is sympathizing with terrorists. Apparently, those people don't realize that the scarf is merely a fashion statement and nothing more. So did Dunkin Donuts do the right thing by pulling the ad or are we just too sensitive about such things? Perhaps we need to focus on more important things and stop nitpicking at every little nuance that may or may not suggest something sinister. Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar and, in this case, a scarf is just a scarf.