May you make it to the top of the mountain of success. I think I’m somewhere around the mountain of lack of preparation. Where are you?
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UPDATE: Here’s the full-sized version, originally from The Etude in 1913. [Thanks, @idefine]
That would be great in any HS teachers classroom. I wonder if you can still get prints.
I found it at http://yellowpagescoupons.net/perfect-graduation-gift-road-success-poster-original-1913-inspirational-allegorical-cartoon-15-yellowpagescouponsnet/
No idea about the vendor, but I’m going to try ordering a couple for myself and a friend.
nice find, earnie
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For those of you near Berkeley, CA this poster is hanging at all of the “Top Dog” hotdog stands, along with other Free Market propaganda. They also have some information about the history of the Berkeley libertarian movement during the 50s-70s.
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A closer look at the age old question of where there are more bars than grocery stores, and vice versa.
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The data goes back to 1960 and up to the most current estimates for 2009. Each line represents a country.