I picked up this March 1950 issue of McCall's magazine in a thrift store a few weeks back and it's a real delight. There's an advice column written by Eleanor Roosevelt (sample question: "Why is it necessary to have guards around President Roosevelt's grave?", which she answers by saying, "I have nothing to do with the management of the government property at Hyde Park"), as well as an Ask the Doctor feature (sample question: "Is measles a dangerous disease?", which the doctor answers, "Yes. Measles can be a serious disease. Don't say, 'It's nothing but measles'").
Pete Wells goes freakin' OFF on Guy Fieri's new restaurant, man. You may remember that he also disliked Eleven Madison Park's new menu with great gusto. Things he did not like (which are usually done so well in Times Square family-style restaurants backed by celebrities):
NOMENCLATURE "Why is one of the few things on your menu that can be eaten without fear or regret — a lunch-only sandwich of chopped soy-glazed pork with coleslaw and cucumbers — called a Roasted Pork Bahn Mi, when it resembles that item about as much as you resemble Emily Dickinson?"
BEVERAGES "Hey, did you try that blue drink, the one that glows [...]