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Andrea O\'Donnell wrote I wish there was a dark red or charcoal
Katie Ann wrote @ Sarah: I really want to believe you're kidding. lol. Cool shirt. :)
Carol wrote "In 1942, Pittsburgh artist J. Howard Miller was hired by the Westinghouse Company's War Production Coordinating Committee to create a series of posters for the war effort. One of these posters became the famous "We Can Do It!" image—an image that in later years would also be called "Rosie the Riveter," though it was never given this title during the war." Whatever the origin she is widely known as Rosie the Riveter, an iconic image used to encourage women to do "men's" jobs while they were off fighting. Of course when the men came home the women were sent back to the kitchen with barely a thank you.
sickduck22 wrote Holy crap. TIL.
Nick wrote That isn't Rosie the riveter. It was originally a poster for Westinghouse electric used to motivate the female work force. Good luck with making fun of the person that didn't know what they were talking about though. Still a cool shirt though.