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This 1912 Comic Is Still Relevant Today

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By HVculture on April 23, 2012

Same as it ever was. Same … as … it … ever … was.

Since it’s 1912, we’ll add: “An unsinkable ship? Wonderful!”

That 100-year-old John T. McCutcheon comic is as relevant as it ever was. No wonder he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Cartoons in 1932 and had a dormitory named after him at Purdue University.

What’s the modern-day evidence that this comic is perfect? How about this little child who will grow up in a world thinking that magazines have been pinch-to-zoom iPads forever? Silly baby.

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