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Old 02-10-2017, 03:57 AM
Evan Drake Evan Drake is offline
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Dangers seem to average out over the ages: general ignorance, being hit with piece of metal by random people, drunken paddies brawling changes to pollution, nuclear, and meth addicts strangling and sexually assaulting Chihuahuas. But one thing remains, life in the Old World was unbelievably slow by our standards. Bone-achingly slow. For every thing you do. And travel most of all.



Even cars in the 1950s were probably slow, and that was with the invention of fricking cars, unheard of in 1857