Boredom at Work:  The Empty Life

This is like some episode of MAD MEN created during the actual era. "He makes friends with every ten-dollar tramp that comes along..."

     Posted By: Paul - Tue Sep 28, 2010
     Category: PSA’s | Work and Vocational Training | 1960s | Mental Health and Insanity

get therapy or get a 20something and run off to find himself, which one will he pick?
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 09/28/10 at 03:14 PM
What I'm impressed with is that what was a "ten-dollar tramp" in 1961 is a "twenty-dollar hooker" nearly 50 years later.

That's equivalent to an unprecendented 1.4% per annum rise in labor costs! :gulp:
Posted by Dumbfounded on 09/28/10 at 06:30 PM
I'd so do Loretta over and over again :cheese:
Posted by ANON in Nowhere on 09/28/10 at 07:14 PM
I went looking for Zest, but came back with Vim. It smarts a little more when you shower, but boy do you come out clean!
Posted by Dumbfounded on 09/29/10 at 10:42 AM
Oh I can't not mention this once again speaking of 1930's PSA propoganda (Reefer Madness)

BTW I love Zest soap and use it all the time. I hate not showering/hair washing for a single day. I find feeling clean a necessity to feeling good otherwise.
Posted by ANON in Nowhere on 09/29/10 at 07:15 PM
what about the horrible menace of the demon rum?!
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 09/29/10 at 09:53 PM
Any fool can see it wasn't boredom causing his depression, it was his selfish wife. Best thing he could have done was to be a man and let her know who's boss if she wanted to continue to benefit from his hard work, either that or ditch her.
Posted by Hellbeny on 02/10/13 at 09:41 AM
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