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December 21, 2009 10:38pm
 
I remember a time when a dollar had value. A haircut cost 75 cents. Cars were easy to work on. Everyone changed their own oil and did their own tune-ups, because they could. It was a time when most Mothers did not have a “career” and didn’t want one. They were happy raising their children and keeping their husbands home at night. They wore bras. They didn’t burn them, and nobody burned the flag, except the ignorant masses in the Arab streets. But then, the ignorant masses in those countries burned everything, hated everything and nobody paid much attention, until the moguls of mass media figured out they could sell more soap by putting it on the airwaves 24 hours a day. That is when terrorism as a weapon of political change was born. Ironic, is it not, that the bastard child of the mass media would come home to roost on 9/11? Little did the moguls know the real significance of one of their best advertising slogans, “You’ve come a long way, baby“.
     
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