Tuesday, April 18, 2017

"What are people slowly starting to forget?"

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How freaking inconvenient life used to be, even in the near past.

Phone numbers.

That we are still fighting in Afghanistan.

Having telephone booths with bi-fold hinged doors and coin-operated pay phones on street corners and other public places.

How bad vaccine-preventable diseases were.

Cursive

The 1928 Banana Massacre

10 comments:

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

George W. Bush

Leland said...

Driving without a portable device in your hand. Or for that matter, driver's licenses used to be difficult to obtain, and it was expected that not everyone would be able to obtain one.

AJ Lynch said...

World War II

edutcher said...

Good sense.

Sixty Grit said...

Who and what made America great.

Leland said...

How freaking inconvenient life used to be, even in the near past.

Meanwhile in Sri Lanka; the death toll is up to 30 people crushed when a mountain of trash collapsed onto a nearby neighborhood. I think it is less about time frame and more about just how convenient life is in a 1st world country than other places on the planet.

ricpic said...

The one thing I'll never forget is the softness, the smoothness, the vanillaness of a Mello-Roll.

Methadras said...

The greatest generation and where their food comes from.

Methadras said...

ricpic said...
The one thing I'll never forget is the softness, the smoothness, the vanillaness of a Mello-Roll.


MMMmmm, +1

Amartel said...

How to be grateful.