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From: "%" <pers...@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2012 16:53:35 -0700
Local: Sat, Sep 29 2012 7:53 pm
Subject: Re: The poor in America.
Usenet Legends ªºªandca®ole ♫♫♫♫ ╃╃╃ wrote:
> On Sep 29, 10:50 pm, Frank McCoy <mcc...@millcomm.com> wrote:who cares what americans do
>> It consistently amazes me the definition of "poor" or "below the
>> poverty-line" in the USA.
>> Things that are defined as absolute necessities today; versus when I
>> No TV, and the only radios we had were those that *I* personally
>> The only television I ever saw was when passing by a furniture store
>> We didn't have a car ... WAY too expensive. The whole family got
>> I never tasted a hamburger until I was 18 and in the marines.
>> But, it's pop that makes me wonder about modern "Poor kids".
>> Yes, I DID drink SOME pop when I was a kid.
>> Every OTHER bottle (all *bottles* back then) us kids ever got, we
>> However, walk into just about any really poor family's home today,
>> The whole family is getting FAT on a diet of almost pure starch and
>> Milk ... Costing less than half the price of soda-pop?
>> Yeah, yeah, I know:
>> Well ... OK ... The DRIFTS were hip-high to a kid where the snowplow
>> Grandpa didn't LIE, exactly.
> Is growing up in poverty what inspired you to write sick pedophile
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