Wednesday, January 20, 2021

It's for you



  1. When illustrators ruled the print ads.

  2. That was me, body belt, hooks and all 1970.

    1. Power or phone?

      A disgusting action of woke culture to report.
      The old New England Bell building in the Financial District of Boston; the lobby had an magnificent mural that wrapped around the lobby. From A. Graham Bell to 1940's era Bell System telephone construction; it showed the different eras of telephone technology, the men, the women the different vehicles. I wish I still had a picture of it.
      About 2010 'someone' complained that the mural wasn't diverse, not enough women and no minorities. And now it's gone. I used to make a point of stopping in with visitors to the city to show it to them.
      That's what it's like to have your culture and heritage erased.

    2. "...not enough women and no minorities."
      Right. So "fake it up" a bit to make it more 'equal'.

  3. I worked for AT&T for thirty-five years. Until the government broke them up, it was a telephone company. They, IBM and Standard oil did a whole lot less damage that Google, et al are doing now.

  4. " This is an urgent message, we've been trying to reach you regarding your Automobile Warranty..."