Wednesday, March 22, 2017

The Teepee ice cream stand, located on 2nd St. and Covina Ave, Long Beach - 1931

yeah, before the Nazi's hijacked that swasticka symbol, it was a good luck thing, Coca Cola used it, and so did a lot of other companies and cultures. Then Adolph pretty much made it the complete opposite.


  1. Technically, that's not a swastika symbol. The swastika was originally a wonderful, holy symbol for people all around the world. The swastika was usually turned to the right, sun-wise, to symbolize good luck. Then the Nazis came and exploited it, turning it backwards to symbolize hate and destruction as a magical means to world conquest. Native Americans still use the sun-facing symbol in decorative arts.

    1. Ah, well, then I may be mostly right, but not technically? Ok, So... what I said is right as far as most people are concerned then? Just not college professors with a doctorate in history. Do you see where I'm coming from? I'm here for the short attention span entertainment value for the most people in the shortest amount of time that they'll hang around and see what I've posted... if everything I wrote was a wikipedia article, they wouldn't feel satisfied.