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Y'all, people, youse guyses... I loved this cereal.  I hated orange juice as a kid* but I loved this cereal. And this cereal helped me compromise with my parents and end the "I hate orange juice/but you need more vitamin C" argument that punctuated every breakfast.  It had the C, it did not have the gross pulp or acidity, and the sugar content was oddly fine with my parents.

Then Kellogg's discontinued it. And we went back to arguing at 7am.

*I still dislike orange juice.
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I hope this works OK, I had to scan it in 2 sections because it was so big...
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I heard this today while listening to [livejournal.com profile] old_time_radio and was surprised to find it on YouTube. There is no shortage of health ads on OTR and this one from the 1960s and constipation was apparently not as taboo as one might think.



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Whitney Darrow, Jr. was a New Yorker cartoonist (along with James Thurber, Charles Addams and many others) of the mid-20th century.

He did A LOT OF ADSi (Jello, Post cereals, AC auto parts, Chase & Sanborn coffee) in his uniquely pointy-nosed style.
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I really hope he's looking at the cereal...

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