First World Problems

I think my dad went to school with Bill Cosby’s dad.  He once showed me the road that he walked to school as a boy (after he milked the cows, slopped the hogs and butchered the chickens).  I can’t explain it but it really was uphill . . . wait for it . . . both ways.  Freaky.  I remember having a discussion when I was a teenager, wondering what we would have to complain about when we got older . . .

“When I was a kid we rode the bus to school . . . uphill . . . sometimes.  We had to wear red leather jackets with dozens of zippers . . . that went nowhere! We had to play Atari 2600 and wear pants made from parachutes . . . AND WE LIKED IT.”

Yeah . . . times were tough back then.  Thankfully though neither my father’s generation nor mine had to suffer through the realities of the contemporary Western (first world) teen.

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