The Smithsonian isn’t called the nation’s attic for no reason. In 1997, the institution added two Spam cans to its auspicious collection that already included Americana such as Seinfeld‘s puffy shirt and The Wizard of Oz‘s ruby slippers. One of the Spam cans is an original design produced in 1937, and the other represents the can’s 1997 redesign. Until that year, Spam was one of the only products that had used the same label for 60 years.
AL TRAVEZ DE MUCHOS AÑOS HAY MUCHAS COMPAÑIAS QUE HAN TENIDO EXITO EN HACER NEGOCIOS DE CARNE EMPACADO
For a brief minute I thought this article was a piece on teaching seniors how to recognize spam and other e-mail of questionable origin (eg political chain e-mails). PLEASE RUN THAT PIECE!