As Bob Dylan once famously penned, "The times, they are a-changin'. Advertising, too, has seen dramatic changes in the past few decades. With the advent of Photoshop, the internet, and mobile technology, companies have had to make radical adjustments to keep up with this fast-paced, ever-changing world. As you scroll through these advertisements, spanning from —, you'll be shocked by the dramatic makeovers of these familiar companies.
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Have you ever thought about how dating has changed so much over the years? Our grandparents and parents experienced a totally different dating scene than that of which we experience today. Our elders grew up with different rules, manners, morals and they also in my opinion had more respect for each other. But how did it happen this way? Where did it all go wrong? We have become the generation of impaired social skills and one that relies strongly on social media and the virtual connection to others. There are multiple pros and cons on how social media Tinder, Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, etc.
Relationships: Now and Then
Nowadays it has sadly become a new type of status to put on a relationship. This was even before texting was a form of communication, you had to pick up a phone and call her, usually getting her parents answering the phone. It's a bit intimidating but he was a man and that's how it was done. Now 'talking to someone' is a lazy way to say you're interested and mildly trying to form a relationship. It's sad and it the idea shouldn't even be entertained, if you're into someone show it.
Join us Thursday for two special coronavirus tele-town hall meetings. Find out more. When friendship turned to something more for Fred and Ann Jealous in , they were afraid to hold hands in public. Marriage between blacks and whites was illegal then in Maryland, where the couple lived, so Ann didn't consider Fred as a potential husband. But then, "a wall fell down," she says.