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Huh?

It's kind of a hobby... seeing how deep I can
dive into the sea of information we
are all sinking in. Woosh

made in america Tuesday, December 2, 2008 |



This comes from a war propaganda newspaper from 1919. The iconic communication is lost with some of us modern viewers perhaps. None the less the images of intended patriotism invoke some kind of post-modern ironic sensibilities in me. Uh huh.



Like this for example. War. Made in America. Is that a good thing?