766 () ✝️ UNDER GOD ✝️ posted 84 days ago by UriahtheHittite 84 days ago by UriahtheHittite +767 / -1 48 comments share 48 comments share save hide report block hide replies
That man's single salary easy paid for one of those houses.
And a wife + 2 kids!
Now you need your wife + you to make at least 60k each to afford 1 house on a 30 year mortgage. Then you need another 100k for each kid and likely another 100k for retirement at 75.
Then you gotta combat the school district so they don't turn your kids into trannies, likely lose half your shit + kids in the high chance you divorce these days, and possibly fight off some joggers coming to steal or burn the rest of your shit. You'll have to move at least 5 times because that's how many times you'll get laid off due to economic collapse every 5 - 10 years.
Thank you, come again!
And not a single thing you just said is inaccurate.
We've got a hard living ahead of us, fellas. Every single one of us are going to need to roll up our sleeves and get our hands dirty, because we're on a no-refunds ride through Hell.
And a shiny post-war car!
It's always been easy to be in the TOP 5 %.
Now do the exact same people living on a small farm somewhere in North Dakota in 1950's
These are not typical middle class houses.
These are doctor, engineer, banker, business manager houses.
Middle class houses were more modest.
They look average to me, but of course my family was in the oil business in Texas. :P
Nah see, everyone under 40 is just a lazy piece of crap that wants everything handed to them and everything was waaaaaay harder back in the day.
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America was 90+ % White European people
This... this is what we lost... this is what was stolen from us.
They stole our very soul as a nation and as a people. Oh, I hope this isn't it...
Such a tragedy to say this is what happens when modern "culture" demonizes beauty, intelligence, stability and morality.
All things good are seen as bad and bad things as good. The street preachers were right.
Its a battle for the very souuul of the nay, nation
I hated going to church because it was hard for me to sit still as a kid but I loved being w my family and then going to visit my Italian great grandmother Mary who always had meatballs and gravy cooking on the stove, and then we would visit my Sicilian grandmom Josie. then we would go to my mom mom Lena and pop pop Fred’s house for 3 pm macaroni and meatball dinner. We did this EVERY Sunday until I went to college! I miss it and I miss them!
Gravy = spaghetti sauce for the uneducated. I learned this from Italian born woman I dated while living in suburbs of Philly.
Gravy!!! ???? I said -- gravy is thick brown meaty stuff for rouladen !!
It’s funny, the early 80s had more in common with those days than they do with the current one.
Look at the way that suit was tailored. THAT was the high end of "heavy-set" in the '50s. Not the ham-planets of today.
But women were so oppressed because they stayed home raising the children and keeping the house instead of working while strangers raise the children.
Not my family. They were dirt poor farmers - no BBQ, vacations, station wagons or nice houses. And they both lived with their families miles from any towns so church wasn't something they could do - being that they had to drive into town for school and groceries on all the other days. They did spend all their time outside playing and in my dad's case - riding his horse with his dog all over the mountains. And my mom's siblings created a swimming hole out of a bend in a river near their house and would swim all summer. I guess no one does that anymore.
We had a swimming hole like that when I was little. Good, good times. Looking back, the best memories I have as a child are not of things that cost a lot. It's swimming in the river, playing outside with friends, family meals. Maybe, the richer we get, the poorer we become.
Oh, back when America was safe, white and Christian. There was a Republican President then.
family and orderliness, they're jealous because they have neither
I remember doing this when I was growing up. Dad always wore a suit and a hat.
....And then a black person ran up behind them, and hit mom on the head with a brick.
She dies in the hospital a week later.
Perp is released without charges.
Not easily. He got up and went to work. He was proud and raised right. He had ambition and will power for his family. He didn't sit on a corner with his hand out begging for money and waiting for a handout. Not like the welfare people do today 5 generations of give me and give me more from the government,
The children those parents raised became the degenerate hippies. They fucked up royally.
With our own version of Orania this would be possible again.
10 bucks he’s a Marine
I lived those days...They were naive, but glorious days.
Dony forget, that neighborhood is now rundown and filled with dinddonoffins.
Democrats have always been pedophile commie fucks that hated America 💔 We can't VOTE our way back to this
im paying it.
Never forget what they took from us.
Dang, they used those fake window siding things all the way back then? Those were popular int he 2000s but I figured they'd be functional in the 50s.