The Adam Green Online Propaganda Newsletter


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Of course the BEST thing about turning forty is I’ll finally be of proper age to fully enjoy Britain’s “Health Plus” magazine! I’ll let their ad copy explain:

“Feel fabulous at forty with ‘Health Plus’ magazine, the only health magazine dedicated to the needs of the 40+ woman. It will help you live life to the full, reveal secrets of living longer and healthier and tell you how to make the best of your looks.

It’s all you need to keep you looking you and feeling fantastic. It offers trustworthy health and beauty advice relevant to the needs of today’s mature woman. Packed with articles on anti-aging solutions, alternative health treatments and the latest beauty tips ‘Health Plus’ will keep you looking your best no matter what your age.”

Huzzah! I cannot wait! But that doesn’t happen until the end of the month; so in the meantime, enjoy these cartoon blasts from the past. Not my best month, but arguably not a total travesty if you stack it up against, I dunno, FEMA’s response in New Orleans last month—you be the judge, click on ’em, to see ’em larger and contrasted with tiny photos—why it’s positively MINUTES of amusement. Now how much would you pay?

Cartoons this month are floating atop a film still from Owen Land’s “On the Marriage Broker Joke as Cited by Sigmund Freud in Wit and Its Relation to the Unconscious or Can the Avant-Garde Artist Be Wholed?” A 1979 film eloquently described in The Chicago Reader as “Two pandas discuss cinema and more while sitting inside a false-perspective black-and-white set.” I really don’t think the film can live up to the still, so I’m reluctant to actually see it. Feel free to email me that I’m wrong.

Panda-rrifically Yours,



Adam Green 3023 N. Clark St., #302 Chicago, IL  60657-5200