reply to post by michael1983l
The people in the 40/50/60s were great people. Much can't be said about after those periods.
I would wager that the millions of people in the Nazi Death Camps, the people that were in Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the millions killed during WWII,
the Korean War, the People in Japan invaded by China, The Vietnam War and all the other victims unknown and un-named would beg to differ with you.
Also, here in America Blacks were not treated well. I had a dear friend in Pensacola Florida that we could not eat lunch together because she was a
different skin color than me. I was called very bad names by people because I chose to hang out with her.
My dog doesn't have that problem, she's white, brown with a little black.
No, many people back in the 40's, 50's and 60's were just as mean as they are today.
Back than it was also common to not spay or neuter your dog. Allow your cat and dog to run loose, unsupervised and leave them outside at night to
freeze..............my brother in law wouldn't allow me to bring in Sugar and her puppies in the house when the weather was 10 below zero. One puppy
froze to death.
Her blanket and water was frozen. But hey, "they're just animals"
She dug under her dog house to keep the puppies warm.
I was only 11 so there wasn't much I could do about it.
People at least now where I live (suburbs) take really good care of their animal companions.
WWIII might be a blessing - one less species that is messing up the planet big time - man.
And those rich mfs in their bunkers................some radiation lasts for hundreds of thousands of years and mutates DNA.
No, if it comes - I want to be at ground zero.
Fast and clean.
I'm not afraid of death, it's the dying part that is scary - I don't like pain.