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Old 05-12-2019, 12:14 PM   #316
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Those slipped right past me. I barely remember when the original Doritos were put on the market back in the 1960s, at least I think I do.

How many of you guys remember the Frito Bandito mascot? Politically incorrect by today's standards, but then so was the Andy Griffith Show and a large percentage of the cartoons and other shows we watched.



And this guy is not politically correct now either:

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Old 05-12-2019, 12:33 PM   #317
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Those slipped right past me. I barely remember when the original Doritos were put on the market back in the 1960s, at least I think I do.

How many of you guys remember the Frito Bandito mascot? Politically incorrect by today's standards, but then so was the Andy Griffith Show and a large percentage of the cartoons and other shows we watched.

I even remember the song. Definitely not PC. It's amazing how many shows don't meet today's standards. A different time for sure.
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Old 05-12-2019, 12:45 PM   #318
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Old 05-12-2019, 09:54 PM   #319
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I even remember the song. Definitely not PC. It's amazing how many shows don't meet today's standards. A different time for sure.
Well that is the thing, they are from half a century ago. Most of the complaints I hear concerning shows like I Love Lucy and the Andy Griffith Show are from younger people who are not familiar with the 1950s and 1960s. As you said, it was a different era and those kinds of shows were not politically incorrect for their time period. The Frito Bandito on the other hand was no doubt politically incorrect even back then, but he was the mascot for a San Antonio based company and I don’t recall any complaints at the time, which is rather surprising. But then again that was a time when Bill Dana’s fictional character of José Jiménez was extremely popular. Since Dana was not hispanic, he was Hungarian, it is amazing he didn’t get a lot of push back. Definitely a different era back then.
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It was already in syndication by the time my brother and I watched it in the mid-1960s. I think it was filmed in the 1950s. I barely remember it now, but we loved it and would rush home after school to watch it in the late afternoon.
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I don’t recall any complaints at the time, which is rather surprising,
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Not surprising at all, in those days if something in the media (or on the street for that mater) offended the simple expedient was to simply not watch.

Today's generation has to get all in your face, whether offence was intended or not.
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