Sometimes people are really good about predicting the future. However, in this Clothing of the Future video from 1939 — not so much.
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Meredith Cohen Carroll is an Aspen, Colo.-based columnist and writer whom Rush Limbaugh once called a babe. She has been writing a regular column on the Op-Ed page of The Denver Post since October 2012. From July 2005 - December 2012, she wrote a weekly column, Meredith Pro Tem, for The Aspen Times, Summit Daily News and Santa Monica Daily Press, for which she was awarded first place for Best Humorous Column Writing from the Colorado Press Association in 2005. She also earned honors in the same category in 2007 and 2009. In addition to her columns, Meredith writes daily for Babble’s Mom blog, and frequently for other parenting websites. She has been interviewed about her writing by ABC News, on CBS Radio, HLN’s Evening Express, the Patt Morrison program on NPR Los Angeles, and on NBC’s “Moms and the City,” and she has been quoted in places like Time magazine, AdWeek, The Week, Headline News, Jezebel, The Washington Times, The Atlantic, San Francisco Chronicle, Yahoo and MSNBC. Her writing has also appeared in such publications such as The New York Times and Town and Country.
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