Sunday, October 07, 2018



Chic Silber said...

Reminds me of the "National Airlines"

Hot Pants "Stewardess" uniforms of

the 70s campaign "Fly Me I'm Barbara"

Of course we now call them attendants

I miss the hot pants

Roger Smith said...

PBS just flew me round-trip from Phoenix to NYC and back--no hot pants in sight. The attendants on Delta and American all wore very sedate blazers and skirts.

Chic Silber said...

Yup Roger just like I said

I miss the hot pants as well

as the lovely young LADIES

that wore thm very well

Wade G. Burck said...

To understand how the world has shifted off axis and out of orbit, you need only look at the political correctness poisoning the world today. Not only are stewardess's now attendants, but show girls are now dancer's. Ringling made a big push for that change in 1994, even changing their press releases from show girls to dancers. I guess we should not be surprised that an elephant hook became a guide and a whip became a pointed. The word "circus" is used today to illustrate confusion, chaos, unsettling event's, etc. etc. How wrong they are. In the circus, you can still call someone a "show broad" and it is accepted gratefully as a sign of respect and reverence. Instead of confusion, "circus" is one of the few places where sanity is still alive and well today.

Wade Burck