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11 August 2011

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Liz

This gave me a chuckle. In the 40s you wore a gown to listen to the radio. In the 60s women wore cocktail dresses and men wore suits to party in the basement rec room - I have proof in our photo album!

Bela

I was thinking the same thing as Liz. She seems really dressed up just to be listening to the radio - alone. You hope she has some guests coming over or something, otherwise it looks like of pathetic.

SEO Los Angeles

Good question... Where is that mirror and what is she looking at?

Jonathan Daniels

Great article, if only if more people explained it like this!

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