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Sunday, December 15, 2013

In 1939 There Were Blizzard Cones To Protect Your Face From The Cold


If Kickstarter was around in the early 1900s you would have seen things a little more innovative than the Grilled Cheezus, a birthday party, or a Spike Lee movie getting funded. And you would have seen a lot of things re-invented for the sole purpose of being able to utilize them while in bed (the bed piano and bed glasses, for example)—we were always lazy! But we were also always looking for a new way to battle the winter elements, and perhaps the most interesting example is the Blizzard Cone from 1939. Why wear a warming cloth mask when you can wear a plastic beak?


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