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Just found this on Facebook.
Go on, read it. You'll laugh. And maybe cry. But it's a good reminder of how things were less than 100 years ago.
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Posted at 02:53 PM in Advertising from the 1920s, Vintage Ephemera, Vintage Political Advertising, Vintage Sexist Advertising | Permalink
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I am speechless. I am also glad I live in this present time, so I can vote (which I did this morning).
06 November 2012 at 04:14 PM
Deb, Don't be too happy. Your vote only doubled or annulled mine, (even though we aren't married to one another.)
06 November 2012 at 07:28 PM
I doubled Deb's vote and I annulled Bruce's! Bwa ha ha!
The "logic" in that brochure boggles the mind! The last lines on the right-hand side are kind of hilarious. It's like "f*** it! Voting doesn't make a damn bit of difference anyway." Sadly, I know many people who concur--men and women. If that's how they feel, maybe it's better they don't vote. :-/
07 November 2012 at 12:42 PM
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