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07 November 2011

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Bela

What a find! Too bad there's not more information about this magazine online.

I don't get the joke in the cartoon. I guess it's funny for a girl to choose her major based on the likelihood she would be able to attract a mate? That also sounds like a rather high statistic for any field of study. I'm probably totally missing the point.

silver

Totally blown away by the design of the second cover and the concept of the third one - are those amazing things seriously just wrapped presents? As in, rip it off and throw it away? They look sooo beautiful (my eye was especially caught by the "drum") - I would love to see the whole article! Thanks again so much for all the incredible things you share on here :)

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i think bela here doesnt really know that "majoring in home economics" means that one will be a perfect house wife.
that is why 99% of those who major in this will get married: men will simply love a woman who can be a perfect house wife aka be able to clean, cook and all the nice stuff ¬.¬

Iris

So right, Abusedpancake!
I dare to say the cartoon looks pretty cynical and was way ahead of it's time.

Bipul D.

Youre so cool! I dont suppose Ive learn anything like this before. So good to seek out someone with some original thoughts on this subject. realy thanks for starting this up. this web site is one thing that’s wanted on the web, somebody with just a little originality. useful job for bringing one thing new to the web!

Gail James

I have a bunch of these...any idea what I should do with them?

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