Today we hear about the history of moms in advertisements, and the ways companies have adjusted their portrayal of and advertisements to moms. We hear what changed and what has stayed the same from the 1950s through the 20th century. We discuss the debate about whether a top sheet is necessary, and Sarah and Susie are on team millennial on this one. Susie describes a wardrobe malfunction she had as a kid that created some of her darkest (not really) moments and it turns out Sarah is still experiencing this nightmare of the haste-makes-waste variety. Susie watched the new Hillsong church documentary, and she explains why it is so effective at challenging the structure of many Christian churches and how the “bad apple” model that undid Pastor Carl Lentz’s career was a smokescreen for the actual issues. Plus we hear why casinos are making more money than ever even though they are getting less business.
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