Bufferin Man

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Bufferin Man on the album cover of "We're Only In It For The Money".

Bufferin Man was a 1950's advertising design used to promote the Bufferin brand of Aspirin it is included in the back row of people on the cover of We're Only In It For The Money between Lyndon B. Johnson and the torch of the Statue Of Liberty. Bufferin Man is a "mechanical drawing of the human body", shown at the moment the human is taking Bufferin.[1]

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