Friday, May 1, 2009

Swine Flu in 1976

Swine flu isn't new. Check out this ad from Uncle Sam in the 1970's. I especially like the cheerful "stewardess", now sanely called "flight attendants". And is that guy at the beginning really 55? No way!

Hat tip to LOTD


Raymond Bouchayer said...

If that guy be 55...... I am 42 :)

Toni Brayer MD said...

Back then 55 was the new 80. haha

jenny said...

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