It may be spring break for some students, but the rest of us are headed back to class -- way back to the 1970s, when discussion posters like these were created to prompt conversations (and confusion). Our first batch of rare finds featured captions. This one -- from the same set as our mind-warping second collection -- is sans words, so we've added our own captions. Feel free to do likewise: These strangely gorgeous illustrations are like 21st century memes decades before their time. Check them out below. Page down to see more bizarre '70s discussion posters! Page down to see more bizarre '70s discussion posters! Page down to see more bizarre '70s discussion posters! Page down to see more bizarre '70s discussion posters! Page down to see more bizarre '70s discussion posters! Follow and like the Michael Roberts/Westword Facebook page.
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