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For those of you who do not know, putting on a hair shirt was a popular tradition in the Middle Ages when monks like to walk through towns whipping themselves on the back with chains and sharp, pointed steel balls.

The depression was raging and my father felt it was his duty to give up college and partying and go to work.

“That was when your father put on the hair shirt,” said my uncle Francis.

My grandfather specialized in an early form of direct marketing advertising.

My grandfather had an advertising agency in New York City during the early 1900s. and it was specialized in handling advertising for some very large companies and some not so large companies, like Standard Oil, Meyrowitz Optical, Smith and Wesson among others.

Apparently, my father was fairly successful in this, even though he drew no actual salary and lived only on commissions.

It seemed that the newspaper liked my father, and so he moved up to selling display ads.

In my grandfather’s time, media consisted mostly of newspapers and magazines, but as 20th century advanced, it came to include radio, TV, cable and eventually the internet.

My grandfather’s advertising agency was successful in the 1920s and if you go back to old copies of something called Printer’s Ink, you can still find references to his advertising agency.

It's the work of Australian indie developer team Hojo Studio, and the brainchild (in part) of developer Rick Salter's 4-year-old son.

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25% of the population was unemployed, banks were failing everyday and his parents, my grand parents, were having to move from one grand apartment to another every 6 months for lack of funds.