Clutter up the neighborHOOD
The richest elites had the knowledge, guts and ambition to pursue a business plan that provided the opportunity for the Middle class to accept or reject payment for the work that is provided. Everyone gets what they deserve for their effort and ambition.
Corporal punishment was the generally accepted and common disciplinary method of the day in the ‘40s and before . IMHO. Sometimes taken to extremes. But memorable. These days you don’t dare give an unruly child a pat on the butt to get their attention for fear of being reported to the “authorities”. And now we have little monsters disrupting every public place and parents oblivious to the chaos they inflict on others. Awwwww, for the good old days.
Interesting perspective on City Hall!
Did Charles stop hiccuping because he “Croaked”?
Purgatory, Utah also.
Infotainment…The Main Stream Media.
A neighbor down the street was burglarized a couple years ago. The burglars smashed through his rear door, loaded two brand new flat screen TVs into his Cadillac in the garage, found his keys in a “conspicuous” place, stole the TVs, a bunch of jewelry and Cadillac. Ever since, my wife hides her keys.
My first car. 50 Commander. Green 4 door, rear suicide doors. 20 Mpg. Gas was .23 cents/gal. Wish I still had it but I blew the engine. Didn’t realize you had to replenish the oil. “Stupid teenager. “