Repeat a Message Often Enough, People Take It as True

"Where" magazine, first published in 1938, is published all over for tourists visiting North America, Asia, and Europe, so it's far from an amateur effort. Yet check out the cover of its Orange County edition for fall:

Where magazine cover

They apparently think little of their cover models.

Think maybe it's just a one-time thing? Nope: they did it in January, too:

Where magazine cover

On the other hand, they do it to guys, too:

Where magazine cover

(For the visually impaired, the magazine seems to often place the model's head over the bottom half of the middle letter of "Where", making it appear to read "Whore".)

Posted September 5, 2012

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