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2020-09-23 8:21:56 AM  
Nicely done.
 
2020-09-23 8:31:19 AM  
Nice. I really liked the Swan and Mallard logo.
 
2020-09-23 8:50:24 AM  
It's Greek to me.

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2020-09-23 8:57:35 AM  
I want these, seriously.  Fark reading the damn handles.

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2020-09-23 8:59:19 AM  

WelldeadLink: It's Greek to me.

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My Mom passed away due to that disease.  The ad pretty much sums up her mental decay of the years.
 
2020-09-23 9:20:13 AM  
Very nice.

I might try #11
 
2020-09-23 9:20:57 AM  

SleepyWeasel: WelldeadLink: It's Greek to me.

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My Mom passed away due to that disease.  The ad pretty much sums up her mental decay of the years.


Same here. My Dad too.
 
2020-09-23 10:15:26 AM  
Love those anti-litter ads:
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2020-09-23 10:41:37 AM  
A classic:

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And a very subtle one:

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2020-09-23 10:54:12 AM  
Those were all great . The 2020 logo is *chefs kiss*
 
2020-09-23 11:46:53 AM  

Texas Gabe: SleepyWeasel: WelldeadLink: It's Greek to me.

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My Mom passed away due to that disease.  The ad pretty much sums up her mental decay of the years.

Same here. My Dad too.


My mother-in-law too. She lived with us for 7 years starting shortly after she was diagnosed. We were fortunate that her decline was very gradual. The hardest thing was that for the last couple years she knew things were wrong but she couldn't express it. She kept saying, "This isn't right," or "This is just wrong." It was so sad to watch this brilliant, kind woman slowly being erased. Fortunately (?) she died at our house and we didn't have to put her in a home. It's been 3 months and I still expect to see her coming down the stairs.

The good (?) thing was that she liked watching Fox News. Originally it was because it was something that her husband liked but it eventually was because she liked the repetition. As her mind started going I switched her to MSNBC and al Jazeera so we'd have a little variety. She never noticed the content change and we were spared Hannity, Carlson and the rest.
 
2020-09-23 3:11:41 PM  

Slypork: Texas Gabe: SleepyWeasel: WelldeadLink: It's Greek to me. [static.boredpanda.com image 700x902] My Mom passed away due to that disease.  The ad pretty much sums up her mental decay of the years. Same here. My Dad too. My mother-in-law too. She lived with us for 7 years starting shortly after she was diagnosed. We were fortunate that her decline was very gradual. The hardest thing was that for the last couple years she knew things were wrong but she couldn't express it. She kept saying, "This isn't right," or "This is just wrong." It was so sad to watch this brilliant, kind woman slowly being erased. Fortunately (?) she died at our house and we didn't have to put her in a home. It's been 3 months and I still expect to see her coming down the stairs. The good (?) thing was that she liked watching Fox News. Originally it was because it was something that her husband liked but it eventually was because she liked the repetition. As her mind started going I switched her to MSNBC and al Jazeera so we'd have a little variety. She never noticed the content change and we were spared Hannity, Carlson and the rest.



It's a terrible disease. IIRC good progress is being made. Best friend just lost her mom to Alzheimer's this summer - she was only 65.
 
2020-09-23 4:05:49 PM  
Never thought no name would get a mention in a best designs list.
 
2020-09-23 5:32:20 PM  
I thought the Mexican coins was brilliant, especially considering a government did it.
 
2020-09-24 2:08:52 AM  
Funny, that's my optician in my tiny town. Surprise!
 
2020-09-24 6:28:12 AM  

Slypork: Texas Gabe: SleepyWeasel: WelldeadLink: It's Greek to me.

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My Mom passed away due to that disease.  The ad pretty much sums up her mental decay of the years.

Same here. My Dad too.

My mother-in-law too. She lived with us for 7 years starting shortly after she was diagnosed. We were fortunate that her decline was very gradual. The hardest thing was that for the last couple years she knew things were wrong but she couldn't express it. She kept saying, "This isn't right," or "This is just wrong." It was so sad to watch this brilliant, kind woman slowly being erased. Fortunately (?) she died at our house and we didn't have to put her in a home. It's been 3 months and I still expect to see her coming down the stairs.

The good (?) thing was that she liked watching Fox News. Originally it was because it was something that her husband liked but it eventually was because she liked the repetition. As her mind started going I switched her to MSNBC and al Jazeera so we'd have a little variety. She never noticed the content change and we were spared Hannity, Carlson and the rest.


Lucky you. Being able to switch the TV.  Old86 tries to (depending on the day) throw things at us or threaten to call the cops when we change what their TV is set to. At least their little dog keeps them happy/calm
 
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