My good friend and fellow musical reprobate Jeremy sends one from the Golden Age:
Whether you’re talking about the guns, the girls, the clothes, or the hairstyles, they just don’t make ’em like that anymore. And that’s too bad, in my opinion. We’ve lost a lot along the road to Progtard Utopia, most of which we’d have been better off holding on to.
Well, they’re all welcome to come shoot with me and my friends, except that ugly one on the end in pants.
Real women can shoot a shotgun in heels, not fall over like a clubbed harp seal while doing it, and look fabulous the entire time.
Currently, such can be counted in society in most counties on one’s thumbs.
Along those lines, I found this on Reddit:
An unidentified corporal from the US Army’s 30th Infantry Division (based in the San Francisco Presidio) stands at
attention with a group of women in two-piece bathing costumes, doughboy helmets, and heels, each of whom holds
an M1917 Enfield rifle, on a parade ground in Camp George Derby, on the grounds of the California Pacific
International Exposition in Balboa Park, San Diego California, mid to late 1935. Mostly obscured behind the women
is the entrance to the expo’s so-called ‘Indian Village.’ (Photo by Interim Archives/Getty Images).