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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

bonwit bathing apparel



The wonderful march of time has rendered these 1916 swim suits almost totally "street worthy" if not even a little too covered up for even a summer street in our own modern times. Extrapolating, will people of the not so distant 2109 wear what we consider underwear when they walk about their towns? Well, that is to say, if they still have towns and such social constructs.



The hats are almost better than the suits. Those would so rock in today's world. My favorite is the pointy one on the far left, it seems retro-futuristic to me.

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