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Rachel Baldwin is defending her company"s new commercial that has actually gone viral for all the wrong reasons. The Jax Barobtain Plywood ad has actually received even more than 4,000 hits on YouTube and is the topic of jokes on Comedy Central. Ruth Taylor, a womale in the commercial, sings: "Save me a nickel. Save me a dime. Jax Barget Plytimber can execute it every time." Bloggers case the jingle contains the "N" word. "The e-mails that we"ve obtained are that we are being racist," Baldwin said. "They can"t believe we obtained an African-Amerihave the right to womale to say that. They"re making most derogatory comments about her." Baldwin shelp she"s disgusted at the flourishing number of virtual comments targeting her staff and Taylor, who"s a Gospel singer. One e-mail reads, "Your commercial is deplorable. Save me a what? People are beginning to notice, and it"s coming to be a joke on the Web and it"s not funny." Taylor said in a phone interview Friday that the allegations are ridiculous, also moreso bereason she herself is black. "She was warm. She"s mad," Baldwin shelp of just how Taylor felt about the allegations. "It sounds favor a number of points," customer Lorraine Chavis shelp. "It counts on what ear is listening. When I hear the commercial, I"m listening for how a lot I have the right to save. What"s the baracquire." Customers admit Taylor"s pronunciation can have actually been even more specific. "Not everybody puts the finishing on her words. So that"s what it sounds prefer," one customer shelp. The owners said they have actually no intention of pulling the commercial from the air or adjusting the audio. Instead, they"re going to continue to market their plyhardwood, cabinets and also tile, saying they have nothing to be sorry for. Baldwin sassist the only consolation is the fact that their jingle is one the majority of will not soon foracquire. news4jax.com the bit in question: i"ve viewed this commercial many type of times and also never before heard it wrong.