Once upon a time a free citizen of the United States of America set up a Wi-Fi open access point within signal range of a bakery and cafe.
We'll call it Bob's Bagels.
He set the SSID to "Bob's Bagels Puts Jews In Ovens."
This generated a lot or customer complaints, but when Bob explained the situation, most of the customers understood.
One of the customers called the cops, and even the cops seemed to mostly understand that the "Bob's Bagels Puts Jews In Ovens" Wi-Fi wasn't actually being run by Bob's Bagels.
A few weeks later, the aforementioned free citizen of the United States of America changed the SSID to something about "Cop Killer Obama."
Turns out you're not allowed to do that.
At that point, the Secret Service came in and, like a rape pregnancy, had a way of shutting the whole thing down.
Years later, Bob was doing well, he had expanded the bakery and he finally did go Kosher as a way to cement his already solid business relationship with the local Jews who had been buying his un-Kosher challah for years, because where can you get good challah bread?
Anyway, as part of the expansion, he put in larger a larger oven. In fact, he put in a walk-in oven. And the Rabbis came and Koshered the oven, which of course necessitated walking inside the oven.
"Aha!," I said, "So it's true! Bob's Bagels really does put Jews in ovens!"