Archive | November, 2011

Why Pennies Should Be Abolished

30 Nov

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Pennies should be abolished because they are, in essence, economically inefficient.

Google’s $29 Billion 2010 Revenue In Perspective [Infographic]

30 Nov

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Click to enlarge Infographic by Businessmba.org.

Why Does Uncle Sam Love Solar?

30 Nov

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Click to enlargeInfographic by 1BOG.org.

Will Free Shipping Increase Your Sales And Profits? [Infographic]

30 Nov

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Temporary Employee Workforce This Holiday Season [Infographic]

30 Nov

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Someone Just Pushed The Rewind Button On Technological Evolution

29 Nov

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At least it clutters your home and wastes paper in an adorable manner.

Liberty Bond Marketing 1918, 1940

29 Nov

Marketing campaign for World War I War Bonds (1918): The human version of the Statue of Liberty created by 1,800 soldiers dressed in their army uniforms. Other patriotic human formations here.

Charlie Chaplin made silent films to help the government sell bonds in 1918.

The clips above is a part series of sketches involving various bonds like the bond of marriage and friendship and, last but not least, the Liberty Bond, providing the government with enough weapons to beat the Kaiser.

Another advertising poster for World War I Liberty Bonds.

The August 1943 issue of the 4 Favorites shows the «War Bond» beating Hirohito, Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini.

Even Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig and Elmer Fudd contributed to the political propaganda in this short 90-second cartoon Any Bonds Today? by Warner Brothers.

Image Source: 1,2.

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