I don’t really drink beer. Occasionally, on a hot day, with friends, I’ll slowly nurse one drink all day long. I don’t really watch commercials, either. Occasionally, when flipping channels, I stop if something catches my eye. And yesterday something did.
This Guinness commercial made me want to drink more beer and watch more commercials.
In a small community in Pittsburgh, starting in 1910, there was a shift in mindset. The Pittsburgh Blind Association started to teach people with visual impairment how to make brooms, an item found in every home, but rarely given much thought. That year, in Pittsburgh, they thought a lot about brooms and about who would be the best person for the job of broom maker.
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