Around the time students were returning to school this year, we shared a collection of bizarre classroom posters from the '70s -- discussion starters that often asked existential questions like, "What can you do when no one seems to care?" Now, as we ready for Thanksgiving break, here's a sequel, straight from 1974. The difference this time? None of the oddly beautiful illustrations have captions -- so we came up with some of our own. See what you can learn below. Click here to follow and like the Michael Roberts/Westword Facebook page.
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