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We'll continue to strive to inspire people to open their minds to new ideas and experiences because it's what drives us as a company." Some shoppers caught on to the hidden message and started chatting about it on Facebook, a popular social networking website.

However, it was Lululemon's message about life and death that caught their eye. In an email interview with CTV.ca, one blogger name Chayla said she will think twice before shopping at the store again.

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Marketing controversy This isn't the first time Lululemon's marketing strategy has raised eyebrows.

Back in 2002, to mark the opening of their second store in Vancouver, Lululemon offered a free outfit to anyone who would stand naked on the street for 30 seconds.

Lululemon took 'responsible' step In an e-mailed response to CTV, the company said: "lululemon athletica is a company known for speaking our mind and inspiring creativity and freedom of thought in everything we do.

We are also a company that listens closely to our guests' feedback and acts in environmentally-responsible ways.

Just like Heather Columbus, Chayla was curious about the message but dismayed when she was finally able to read it all. "I feel that if they felt it was a right thing to say or put on there, then why did they cover it up?

"I think their strategy really, really sucks," she continued.

"You only have 30,000 days to live and then you are dead," the note said. The teen said she uses the bag to carry her books at school.

She said one day she noticed one of the corners of the bag peeling off and another message printed behind it.

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The statement did not provide details or evidence of a direct link to the attacker.

The video shows the man running toward soldiers who were rushing to Marseille's Saint Charles train station.

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