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A Political Conundrum

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On May 13, 2014
By 1896, the beard trend of the Gilded Age was fading, especially among younger men. The Civil War vets would keep their grizzled old beards, but the Progressives would eschew such resplendent facial hair. Williams’ Shaving Soap actively worked to take advantage. What better way to advertise than bipartisanship? Especially in 1896. Gold bug or […]

They Eat Lard

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On November 1, 2013

British lard advertisement, 1957 Just because. Are they also drinking a lard-based cocktail? ….Jewish Steel in comments suggests this could be a parody. Sad if true. Good parody though.

Uncle Sam the Rapist

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On September 19, 2013

Not sure what the Koch Brothers are getting at in this anti-Obamacare ad portraying Uncle Sam as a rapist. Given that he seems be to using the same transvaginal ultrasounds that conservatives like the

God Made a Farmer?

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On February 6, 2013

I was going to respond to that ridiculous “God Made a Farmer” Chrysler ad that ran during the Super Bowl using the voiceover of Paul Harvey’s speech of that title as narration. Showi

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