Revue Retro 210 Eyeglasses
Product ID: 4071250002450732c199
Description:It was the late 1970's and Andy Warhol dominated the New York art scene. Millions were learning the "twist" from James Brown. These vintage glasses were all the rage in that era, with the thick, cartoon-like rims.
I have no idea what era they're supposed to be talking about here, unless this is on some alternate Earth. I won't even do a point-by-point on this because just about every 'fact' is wrong. Yikes!
Here's another one that I found in my kitchen, courtesy of Morton Salt:
In the post-Depression years from 1933 to 1941, jazz was king. And as it reigned, our little girl kept pouring.
I think a lot of people would have liked to have known the depression was over in 1933! It would have saved them a lot of trouble with joblessness and hunger. Also, saying "Jazz is King" has a distinctly 'roaring twenties', Gatsby-esque tone.
Poorly-written copy and wrong history are two of my big pet peeves (out of many), so these blurbs really get my goat.