500 Did you go to school in the 70's? (media.greatawakening.win) posted 61 days ago by Taffy333 61 days ago by Taffy333 +501 / -1 159 comments download share 159 comments share download save hide report block hide replies
I would add, how many were grossly overweight?
we had fatties, gays, retards, and weirdos who cross dressed.
Not as many, but they were there
Now that literally everything is socially acceptable, there is no social construct asking people to please try their best to achieve personal greatness.
I get it, current year belief is that none of those are personal choices. I don't really care, being a conservative doesn't feel like a personal choice either and they have no issue judging me and acting on it, so turnabout is fair.
Its just "whatever you are is all you are"
Yeah, I graduated high school in the late 90s, and I remember we had a few kids in all those categories, just not nearly as many as today. And as you said, being fat or gay or transgendered was considered abnormal and shameful, especially where I grew up in the Southeast.
Now, almost every person I see is fat, and only the seriously obese are looked at as strange. Trannies are everywhere and no one even notices it anymore. A lot of kids think it's cool to be trans or "nonbinary," like the way it used to be cool and different to be goth in 1996. The "be yourself/love yourself" mentality that came along in the 60s and 70s is what led to where we are today. Whatever feels good, do that.
Many high schools have dedicated trans clubs that offer safe spaces.
My youngest told me that his Middle School started one also.
St. Paul seems to imply that the widespread acceptance and practice of sodomy (and I guess that includes trannys) is itself the manifestation of God's wrath and is itself the punishment being inflicted by Him. We're being punished by a plague of faggots for our sins (i.e. fornication, abortion, divorce, atheism)
Be careful making guesses and interjecting opinion. Revelation 22:18-19.
Thank you! - My wife and I have been saying this for years. There is no reinforcement to help folks "stive for personal greatness"! Being a personal of high moral standing and goodness is what we all should be doing.
Everyone one is waiting for the storm. Its here. We're in it.
Worse than 1984/Brave New World / They Live
So very true it is.
most people have to believe that what they're doing is the right thing, and most people do. that's why idiots are up in arms about global warming, and taking freedom of expression to an extreme. you can't virtue signal if you don't believe on some level that you have virtue.
people with discernment can't be lied to forever... but many just treat the loudest voice like an infallible ancient text... without questioning their motivation for being so loud.
We had one dude, I think his name was David, in the early 80s. He was an awkward white kid that hung out with all the Asians that wore combat boots for some reason. I think it was between my junior and senior year that I was coming out of the grocery store and saw his picture on the front page of the paper. He'd lured a mail lady into his house and killed her. I believe he actually got out of prison a year or so ago.
How horrifying 😢
Right? And a friend of mine was downtown in the courthouse (we all had to watch a trial of some sort downtown as incoming seniors for gov't class) and had to ride an elevator with him. He looks the same as he did in high school.
How awful and incredibly sad for her family.
I graduated in 79. Country school w/ 170 in graduating class. We had 1 guy & 2 girls in our class that we considered "fat". I know this because my wife and I had this discussion long ago and pulled out my year book. Trust me, my memory isn't that good. We had some big boned guys and even farm girls. But very, very few "fat" across the whole school of 7-12.
1977 with 500 in my class, and yes we had a handful that were heavy/overweight but nothing like the morbidly obese of today. We also had some awkward kids who today would be on the Aspergers end of ASD, but just a few, not like half the kids. I guess it was the great, classic rock music that helped us thrive and survive.
I graduated ‘79 also. I was as skinny as a rail my entire life. Could eat an entire bag of Oreo cookies and not gain a pound. We had over 500 in our class and I only remember a handful(if that) were fat.
Fast forward to 10 years ago and had major weight issues with lots of health issues and so much pain it was difficult to get out of bed most days but I did. Lots of tests with no MD resolutions. Just told to eat better and I worked with a nutritionist for a year who told me I was cheating on my food log. (She obviously didn’t believe how meticulous I was at logging).
2 years ago I found a functional Dr who tested lots of things and after a 6 month extremely strict diet then adding back in foods slowly to record reactions I can no longer eat grain (including rice), dairy or soy. It’s more than gluten it’s all grains including gluten free grains. Now I eat meat, veg, fruits, nuts/seeds and desserts I make with selected ingredients. (A lot of coconut & monk fruit)
I lost 30 pounds over the last year (still have another 20-25 I want to drop), take zero medications, I have zero body pain anywhere and so much more energy.
After 50 years of eating the same foods all of a sudden it was destroying my body (it almost happened overnight it was so fast). Something changed with the food supply. Sure hormone changes could be part of it but I strongly believe all the GMO and other crap food that sells for less money than healthy food is destroying our bodies.
It was hard at first, man I missed cheese, but the mere fact I have ZERO body aches or pain anymore is more than enough motivation for me to continue to eat healthy and dump the crap and I no longer miss any prior foods. My tastebuds also changed and I enjoy [healthy] foods I previously didn’t like or eat (like cranberries, avocados, blueberries, black berries, etc). The more crap you eat the more the cravings for crap food you have and dislikes of healthy foods. It’s designed that way to make us all sick.
I graduated in 79 too! Similar ratio of fat students at my high school.
1 in 100
How many had funky skin conditions, like psoriasis?
I only knew one guy. Where do you think that came from?
I had a skin condition around 1977. It came from getting scabies. It’s a type of hives because of too much histamine in blood stream. Nickname, write on yourself. I never knew anyone else with skin conditions.
Peanut allergy is caused by liberal idiots never giving their children peanut butter when they're young. We'd have starved if our mother hadn't had peanut butter to feed us. I don't mean literally - we had plenty of good food but for lunches and snacks, peanut butter was essential.
Actually there is a connection to childhood vaccines and peanut allergies. Found this out 20 years ago.
They put peanut oil in some childhood vaccines to be the adjuvant. What were they thinking?
Peanut oil is used as an excipient in the vaccines. I know lots of conservative parents with kids who have this allergy. One found out by giving her one year old a pb sandwich. He barely made it to the hospital alive. Getting peanut protein injected into an infant's bloodstream will do that.
Glad they made it in time. I didn’t know peanut oil was in vaccines.
Technically, it's not because it's an excipient used in processing and none is supposed to be in the final product, but nothing is 100% Now the doctors are trying you to introduce peanut butter at four months, but that's because they want to sensatise in the difference tract before the vaccine can do it. I told the pediatrician I was refusing vaccines because I know it causes a peanut allergy, and her trying to get me to introduce peanuts early just proves my point. Really frustrating as a parent having to fight for your kids right to eat pbj.
Being a parent right now has got to hard and frustrating fighting the system at every turn. I’ll be a grandparent soon. They have found a doctors office that doesn’t push vaccines and isn’t part of the Covid agenda. They’re not doing vaccines. That brings up another issue. You can’t go to public school if you aren’t vaccinated. I believe we will be seeing many new parents following this path. Hopefully things will change with the school system. It should be run by the parents. I went to private school and the parents made the decisions for the school at board meetings. I’d love to see a change in public schools. You are doing the right thing and doing right usually isn’t easy. Blessings
You can go to public school except in CA, NY, and MS. Everywhere else has exemptions, which I have used when I needed to. Public school is going to go the way of the dodo. Yes, it is frustrating because your kids are being poisoned mind, body, and soul and it's exhausting to keep up defending against it.
Public school is unconstitutional. Tenth Amendment.
PB&J…the old standard… ahhhh the good old days
I still love having that for lunch.
PB on celery is the best. Still snack on this a couple times a week.
Same in my house. We ate peanut butter constantly. The taste of peanut butter and jelly still takes me back to my childhood. And my dad, now in his late 70s, still eats peanut butter every day. He says it's the secret to his good health, lol.
Papatriot12 actually seems to have it. There does seem to be correlation with vaccinations as children, and though correlation does not equal causation it is clear that there are more things at work than "not giving it to them when they're young", as these allergies present very, very early in life unless you develop an allergy from bodily dysfunction or gut flora change or cancer etc.
And also seems like every other kid now has ADHD and is being medicated for it.
There are a few things that cause the medication, but the prevailing factor is that it tends to be in children that aren't having enough energy expended in healthy ways while being cooped up in their seat at school for 8 hours a day, and parents not wanting to deal with it.
Another problem is that it has become an excuse for not learning/harnessing discipline to focus so every time they get distracted, it ends up being "hurr hurr I've got ADHD".
Doctors are also all too willing to get children addicted to medication at an early age because it makes them money for the long term.
Last, but very far from least is the prevalence of information. No, not phones specifically though it is undeniably a factor that exacerbates the issue.
Children, through Reddit, TikTok, YouTube, Twitter, etc. develop an addiction to information from an early age. They're being conditioned to crave the connection to the larger world, to know what's going on, to participate in the current trends, so on.
When you deprive them of this, withdrawal kicks in. They get depressed, moody, feel disconnected, etc.
This is an addiction I would assert that many of us here have and can acknowledge. We feel compelled to check back, we want to know what's going on, we don't want to miss anything, we want to see everything. Many of us who have developed this addiction acquired it during our adolescence or adulthood.
Imagine the brain developmental issues that arise from this sort of addiction from 5, 10 years old.
Absolutely agree about info addiction. I am 94 days SOBER right now and in the first month I couldn't put my phones down. Also there is BIG HABBENINGS all the time and I cover stories /do news music podcast so I substituted news info for my drug/alcohol habits and now make myself take a break - no screen time for a few days - every once in a while
It's good to unplug, but it's ffffucking hard. You end up trying to fill the gap with something else, only most things you can fill that gap with can be "enhanced" via multitasking with information.
For me, as an example, building models often leads me to listening or watching podcasts, shows, or frequent distractions by feeling compelled to see what I've missed. If I can't do that, I really feel it in my mood.
I think it's spurred on by the stress right now, and the unending hope that a positive development happens.
I also take my information dissemination role seriously so I want to ensure I am well informed to bring that information to friends and family ASAP to try and counter narrative formation by the powers that be.
I was diagnosed as an adult (female) because I was so "high functioning" growing up, that it was easy to miss. I don't take any meds, they don't cure anything so why would I? The thing I'm learning about ADHD is that it's not necessarily a "bad" thing... it stems from hunter gatherer days and is extremely useful in a different context, just not the cookie cutter society that we live in today. So of course pharma wants to drug us like we are "sick," but this world is sick, not us. Not saying ADHD isnt burdensome, but if you work with it, it's really not the end of the world. And yes, physical exercise is one of the biggest and most effective natural "medications" an ADHD person can give to themselves!
I am in an ADHD kids group on FB. You are completely batted down and berated if you mention any sort of punishment for the kid. One lady traveled across the country to see her family at Christmas, but her FIVE YEAR OLD didn't want to go to the relatives house so she was sitting in the hotel room with him walking around telling her how much he hates her. She was skipping the family events because of her ADHD kid. People praised her for taking good care of him and letting him have his feelings. The people that told her to go anyhow, he can sit in a quiet room if he needs to, they got berated. These kids are growing up with no punishments at all. They can just do whatever they want. Makes me sick, but it's like an car accident, I can't look away.
Should have learned how to discipline the kid sooner. That little MF would have shown with tears in his eyes at his relatives place, because of the corrective action that SHOULD have taken place.
I get sick seeing these “parents” letting their kids have temper tantrums with no corrective action or consequence.
Sometimes you learn by doing things 180° out from what you observe.
ADHD aka too much screen time.
Schools doubled recess time and cured ADHD.
Burn off the energy.
Kids don't want to sit in one place for eight hours.
Right as I was entering 5th grade, they eliminated 1/3 of outdoor recess to "prepare us better" for middle school. I was upset about that. Also the school sent me to phycologists and wanted me medicated because I used to daydream and look out of the window, or I wanted to draw. Elementary school was the most unhappy time of my childhood and that's absolutely fucked up.
I used to daydream too. People were concerned. I was a kid! Let kids be kids! I wasn't drugged though, I grew up in an earlier time.
Not enough dad time.
SSRI's have entered the chat.
Schools get more funding for disabilities, and even families can get extra money for an autism diagnosis. Some parents will push for the diagnosis just to get the extra paycheck. But a lot of those diagnosed truly have it, and it's just another sign of the times. I think most of the issues on this list come from the garbage the average American ingests on a daily basis. We live in a giant science experiment and have for decades.
Very true. My 12 year old daughter has a diagnosed mild autism. But we do not collect her extra funds/SSDI, as we treat her like my regular 15 year old daughter, and as any other child. She’s gone from not able to read/speak legibly or beyond word salad at years 1-4, to being one of the top students in her 5th grade class with only minor assistance on reading and comprehension. Her Autism only affects her language/comprehension memory of 3-4+ syllable words and meanings, until it locks into her long term memory a few days or so later. She still speaks using more simple verbiage compared to her peers, but she understands most of what’s going into her ears. It’s her internal translation out to mouth she still has trouble with. But God bless her heart, she works hard to improve each week of the year.
God bless you and your daughter. It sounds like she has a wonderful, supportive family. I used to teach in an autism program, so I have nothing but love for kids with this diagnosis. For all that they struggle with, many of them have amazing insight and sensitivity that the average person lacks.
God bless her. That's wonderful that you treat her 'normally' and she's doing well. Did you ever look into Jenny McCarthy's experience with her autistic son? I don't know much about it, but I know she says she was able to 'bring him out of it.' God bless your daughter and your whole family.
I was told my kid (born in the late 90's) was autistic and we needed to teach him sign language. But I didn't believe that's what was causing him to suddenly be so developmentally delayed. I saw too many physical signs rashes allergies that started occuring the same time be stopped talking. Long story but realized it was his vaccines. Stopped vaccinating, treated biomedically for vaccine damage and after a few years got him back. Took until about 6th grade to lose all the symptoms. But they are gone and he's now a college graduate and infosec engineer. Sadly not the same for another boy in our town born on the same day who received vaccines from the same lots at the same Dr office. His parents just accepted it and now he's in his 20's and still non-verbal.
I think this is the case for a lot of kids and that a lot of kids get an autism diagnosis too soon. My nephew was like your son and his speech was significantly delayed. The pediatrician was already scaring my nephew's parents, saying he was probably autistic and needed testing. They waited and kept things as natural as possible, and with time, he started talking and is now a perfectly normal kid. He does well in school and probably talks too much at this point. So many doctors want to jump right to autism, and for many kids, it's just not right. And I agree that vaccines and food are behind a lot of this.
I guess the question is whether autism really is its own thing or if it's always vaccine- and other toxin-induced brain damage. RFK Jr. was saying the other day you're 11x more likely to get autism if you get the Hep B injection on time (1st day of life!) than if you delay or skip entirely (forget which). Then there's Stephanie Seneff documenting a glyphosate & gut health connection to autism. Obviously we're up a creek trying to get legitimate studies done that could implicate either vaccines or major ag chemicals.
It's encouraging hearing kids are recovering from what appears to be autism though--I haven't heard stories like that before.
Life is very hard for parents of autistic children!
I’m from India, originally. Until I came to the US, I had no idea there was such a thing as being allergic to peanuts, gluten, lactose, etc.
I’m thinking you didn’t see it in India is because people ate real food and not processed. I don’t have the numbers but I believe the majority of the rest of the world eats real food. Even the restaurants probably serve good food. Even the sit down restaurants in America serve processed food. Niave me thought Panera Bread was different than other fast foods. I really thought they were making the soups in house. I saw them pour a single serving bag of their tomato soup in to the bowl. I used to work for a food distribution company. I didn’t know restaurants like Out Back, Olive Garden, Red Lobster etc were getting the food from the same vendors. Our food system has been screwed up since the 80s. Probably before then.
You are right about everything you wrote. It was definitely a surprise when I started living here.
How many saw ROTC cadets carry rifles through the halls on the way to the rifle range in the basement, but never saw a mass shooting event?
I had a shooting class with BB guns in elementary school.
We had little 22cal rifles we shot in PE (Bow and Arrows too), all us Country Kids (male and female) had rifles and shotguns in rear window truck racks or in the back seat. Nope never ever heard of a school shooting. Went to the City Square (center part of small town where courthouse and businesses are located for the City folk) on Saturday night and downed a few beers while joking with the Police and never ever heard of a drunk driving accident. Those times are not coming back unless the entire system is restored to Faith, Family and Freedom.
Graduated HS in 1979. I score zero across the board on this. Another one...dairy allergy? None. Although there could have been some lactose intolerance based on the results of some of the farting contests that took place.
We went to school then worked on farms after school. The football players got in shape by bucking bales all summer. I irrigated mostly. Transgenders and such would have gotten the hell beat out of them.
I remember my brother used to work on the farms over the summer. And he was on the football team. Those were the days when guys didn't shy away from physical labor and took it as a badge of honor.
We had one or two transgender kids at my high school in the 90s, but they were outcasts. It was not trendy, but it was there.
I read a good comment recently that "transgender" is a title that was made up to normalize the behavior. The historical term was "transvestite." But you are a hater if you use the real terms. The psychology books used to call it Gender Dysphoria and it was something that required treatment.
I clearly remembering being indoctrinated with the difference between "gender" and "sex" in 5th grade public school in the early 90s. But then friends were still talking about transvestites in college at the end of the 90s/early 00s, and I don't think anyone thought of it as a permanent condition. I can confirm that "transgender" is quite new, but they've been working these ideas in slowly for a long time.
It was a badge of honor. We moved pipe in beans mint stuff like that. Where it got tough was when the corn got tall, we had one of us on each end of a pipe and pushed thru it. Long sleeves and bandanas to protect ourselves. Brutal !!
Tassel removal was the worse. Threw many a small square bale in my youth and nearly 60 and threw a few today before a winter storm arrived. Got picked up by a highway Patrol with a ton bale on the sticker off rear of truck at 10 years old while trucking down the highway. Today my parents would have been tossed in jail.
When I was a kid dad hired high school boys to buck hay. He was the preference of all the boys because every day around 4:00 mom put out a spread of various lunch meats, cheeses, breads, chips and soda. That way dad could keep hauling hay till dusk, and the boys didn't seem to mind that part.
Same where I grew up. It was just a way of small town America. The girls hoed weeds in the summer, picked berrys ect.
I went to school in the 90's and can't really say any of those things were normal at all, definitely not transgenderism BS, and no autism
The allergies thing is a bit tougher to say of course.
I was an 80's kid in a small school. There was a kid who was allergic to orange juice. The tards we short-bussed to their own school.
Class of 86. None of the above.
Born and raised in Africa, I never saw any of that shit and I’m only 34
How many people died suddenly?
How many believed in God?
How many had morals to follow which were stricter than laws?
How many were taught life skills by their parents?
How many valued family?
How many respected others?
How many worked hard?
How many felt personally responsible?
How many were part of a family business?
How many followed in their fathers footsteps?
How many had a stay at home mom?
How many had a job with a pension?
How many married their HS sweetheart?
We went off a cliff a long time ago.
Doctors treat symptoms and never look for the root cause. Fighting trans or lgbt or whatever won’t save us.
We need to find the root of the cancer and cure that.
Ask why and then Ask why for that answer and keep doing so until you find the root.
What has driven the experts, professionals, politicians and media to be liars and deceivers?
I went to school in the 70's and 80's, no peanut allergies, no gluten bs, 1 auticsitc kid, no transgender freaks, no gay kids, we did have some fatties though. The "adhd" kids got an black board eraser thrown at them and were told to pay attention. That usually worked.
I went to school in the late 90s and early 2000s:
How about 50s and 60s. Yes, there were "sensitivites" to various foods, especially milk and fish. Usually they got rashes or diarrhea. There were asthmatics who blamed cats, dogs, and flowers. No inhalers yet, they stayed at home a lot. Yes, there were a very few fat kids. In spite of mandatory PE there weren't a lot of real athletes, though. There were some mentally weird ones but the word autism wasn't even known, they were "troublemakers" who were harshly treated but didn't get better, strangely enough. I remember a couple who liked to torment animals. Some in HS who were definitely schizo. There were a few over the years in every school with permanent heart problems from rheumatic fever. I had a nasty reaction to a smallpox vaccine in 1st grade, but never met anyone else who did.
Went to school in 90s. Only 1 autistic and 1 effeminate boy. High school saw a couple more autistics, I think the MMR shot made me autistic in high school, I definitely changed socially from that day I distinctly remember something happening to me and I had a panic attack, never had that before with vaccines. Nobody even knew what gluten was. Peanut butter sandwiches were the norm. Something fuckey has gone on with society.
None that I can remember. Class of ‘81. Did have a young gal that was allergic to strawberries. Graduation Class had 72 so everyone knew each other pretty good.
Same in the 80’s
The weird thing I noticed growing up 80s-90s were the ear infections kids got. Now that it's my friends kids, I feel like I hear about them getting ear infections all the time. I don't think I ever got an ear infection. Was that ever not a thing?
It wasn't a thing when I was growing up in the 60s and early 70s. One of my sister's did get an ear infection after swimming, so it wasn't a spontaneous event.
My kids (born ‘86, ‘88 and ‘93) ALL got ear infections - especially the eldest - all the time as infants (when they were also being immunized). I never had one in my whole life until I was 43 years old. Hurt like heck and I thought, “my poor babies”. I had no idea. But other than polio sugar cubes, as kids we didn’t get immunized - we all had Measles, Mumps, Rubella and chicken pox, and lived to tell about it. I did, however, have to have my tonsils out at age 5 - and my daughter the same at age 11. Other than that, we just got sick and then we got better.
Well once we get rid of all gas stoves/ovens so we should see these things going away soon....so there's that...
I saw an Instagram post by a mom. She sent a homemade cookie to school with her child. It was taken away and the child was given Fruit Loops. They said you can’t bring homemade food because of allergies. I’d be more concerned with all the dye in Fruit Loops. Also my kid would not go back to that school.
HS class of 100, graduated in early 90s, midwest farming community.
1 real fat male, 1 or 2 other fairly fat. a few heavy gals. no gays but there were some who were suspect but you'd NEVER admit to that in that day and community.
Of course you'd call each other fags when picking on people but hey, that's what you did.
No weird allergies that I knew of, hayfever and other seasonal allergies, but some were allergic to milk. You would tell because at lunch they would get water and not milk.
when I was in grade school there was 1 "retarded" kid but he disappeared somewhere, maybe went to a special school or something. He wasn't autistic it was more like he was dropped on his head or something.
No autistic kids, period.
The first autistic person I ever met was in college which was in the mid 90s and he was just super smart and extremely geeky and zero social skills, and was super easily upset.
Think sheldon cooper only weirder.
He was not CALLED autistic, because that wasn't a thing then. He had no "special care" instructions, no handler, nothing.
But looking back he may have been aspbergers or on the spectrum in some way.
For me, Autism was not really a thing until the 2000s, period.
"when I was in grade school there was 1 "retarded" kid but he disappeared somewhere, maybe went to a special school or something. He wasn't autistic it was more like he was dropped on his head or something"
I had one like that. Like first grade. One time somehow he ended up near me at lunch and was bugging me or something and I was trying to ignore him or whatever, and (this is the part I still remember now, of all things, for some reason) he took the little milk carton and smashed my little died-red-gross-cinnamon-apple thing in its little tray compartment with it. He disappeared a bit after that.
mine seemed fixated on me, and would chase me as the class was marching in line coming in from recess to steal my sock hat. This is like 1st or 2nd grade.
It was just ALL THE TIME that winter. He would just not leave me alone.
One time we ended up running all over the place and were super late getting back to class, a few minutes after everyone else.
So, we both got in trouble, and my mom was PISSED and called the school basically saying to keep that kid away from my kid.
I grew up in the 60's nd 70'a Graduated from HS in '71 College in '75, You wouldn't have seen any handicapped kids in school bc they didnt attend at all. They went to special schools
No special needs kids were in any public schools until the Education for All Handicapped Children Act (EHA) passed in '75 — frequently referred to as Public Law 94-142 — it requires that all public schools accepting federal funds must provide equal access to education for children with physical and/or mental disabilities.
I was graduated as a Speech Language Pathologist and the term "social pragmatics" were not even coined at the time. They were just beginning to look into the social aspects of language when I graduated in '75.
Autism was discovered in 1943 by Leo Kanner, but most of these were the severe form. Not until the 1970's was it seen as a developmental disorder and in 1980's it became a spectrum. So many of those who were bright and on the spectrum were not picked up until then.
I knew of a few who were on the spectrum or at the very least had social/OCD issues. They were all in my husband's University Physics Dept in the 70's when he was studying for his PhD. One of them graduated but was so socially awkward he was hired by the physics dept at the university as he couldn't get a job.
So there were kids on the spectrum but certainly NOT as many as there are now. The increase in Autism can be attributed to many things, but I think vaccines are a major culprit.
It took awhile to see handicapped kids attending public schools in many states even after the EHA was passed. In the early 80's a saw quite a few of them (some autistic) in a two room school house where I served a number of young children preschool handicapped kids, mostly autistic. Some were not even seen by public schools as they were too involved even for the local CP center to pick up at the time.
OTHO, I knew of noone who was allergic to peanuts nor gluten when I was growing up.
No trans either, but even most of the gays were in the closet at the time until the 70's
I went to school in the 70s to mid 80s. I don’t recall anyone being allergic to anything, never knew anyone autistic or gay. One very good friend who married a woman and after divorced I figured he was gay. Moved to SF. He never said he was gay. I just figured it out. We are still friends and I’m ok with him being gay. I try not to judge others. I am aware of what the Bible says. I’m also aware that many people who claim to be Christians do things that are not Christ like. I’m guilty of sins myself. I understand why you are asking. Most things are pushed by a certain group or gov. Once I was about twenty one my allergies were awful. I never had anything other than a cold every so often. I’m wondering if the allergies came from living in a trailer. I grew up in a house. Trailer was all we could afford back then. Thirty plus years later my allergies are worse than ever. (Don’t live in trailer). I think allergies come from the toxic chemicals in everything from the air, carpet, food, etc. About two years ago I thought I had a gluten allergy. I figured out it was certain breads. I have bought nature’s own bread for about ten years and switched to Dave’s Bread. Went to the beach this summer and had nature’s own. Immediately my stomach started hurting. Flour in America is processed with machines. I’ve read flour in Europe is still ground on stone. The factory processing of flour is not good. I’m not an expert, only read a couple articles. Life was very different in many ways in the 70s and 80s. I think the food industry went downhill in the 90s. Same for body & house products. They ad less good ingredients and more toxins. I never heard of SIDS either before about ten years ago.
My mom's allergic to fish and garlic. And my sister nickel.
Wow allergic to garlic would get me. I put garlic in almost everything except eggs and baked food. I have developed an allergy or something to some kind of metal in earrings. My second holes get infected after wearing earrings. Hard to understand. I’ve had the second holes since I was 19 and I’m 55. Recently if I wear cheap earrings that’s not sterling in the first piercings it burns. It’s very strange just started couple years ago and I haven’t bought new earrings. So it’s something in me causing it.
I was JUST saying this to my husband last night!
It’s the current vaccine schedule and the brainwash curriculum
I think I have somewhat of a unique perspective, as I graduated just right before this shit hit the fan. Class of 2014. I was one of the few emo/goths in my town lol, but no transgenders, maybe a dozen or so autists or spergs, half a dozen pure retards. Almost no SJWs, no one cared about politics at all. I don't live there anymore, but now there's transkids all throughout the town/schools, tons of weirdos. And this is a town of about 10k in Kansas.
Class of 2020. I saw all of that growing up
How many of you took a rifle to shop class,to work on?
I went to school in the early 2000's and the only thing I knew about was the peanut allergy one. I've only heard of gluten, autism, and transgenderism probably in the last decade or less.
And how many "died suddenly" or needed their heart/cardiovascular system scanned?
Another good one for the list.
Hmmm? These problems didn't start showing up until the childhood vaxxine schedule was expanded in the 80's.
Bicentennial grad here. School of 2000 kids. 1 possibly gay guy, 4 or 5 chubby Bubba. What the he'll happened?