Survival Lessons from The Great Depression

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  • Published on:  Sunday, April 14, 2019
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  • paintballgod33

     1 months ago

    People were also far more tough back then.Nowadays, people have temper tantrums if they don't have Wi-Fi.

  • Gerod253

     4 days ago

    This is very true. The other side of that, however, is how much of our lives seem to now require the internet to function. Just walk into a retail store when their network is down and you’ll watch the entire store virtually grind to a halt.

  • Trese Drek

     14 days ago

    @GazB85 We have far more technology now than back then. Yes, times has changed alot. Humans have changed. 2Tim 3

  • Rudy P

     3 months ago

    Just look at what the Amish are doing. Lots to learn from them. They could not care less, if the system goes down.

  • Ray Williams

     3 days ago

    @Rudy P that Amish are the most non violent people I have ever met.

  • Duggy Dugg

     4 days ago

    everybody is hooked into the supply lines....the least dependent are the cubans....they became microfarmers usa embargoed them.. then Russia abandoned them ... they are now reintegrating with the grid since the usa has relaxed its position ...

  • Robin Murray

     3 months ago

    I've always followed my grandparents advice. DON'T TRUST BANKS!

  • jtellier0

     2 days ago

    Cops will confiscate if they deem any large amount of money you have on hand is illegal

  • America Reigns

     6 days ago

    Assholes!

  • Susan Fudge

     2 months ago

    My great grandparents were southern. They were poor before the bust. Back then, you always grew food, regardless of your job. Fishing and hunting weren't just hobbies. Environmentalism was reusing everthing. Nothing was thrown away.

  • Jo Jo

     2 days ago

    That is the one thing I do miss about the South.

  • Jeff K

     3 months ago

    The real scary thing is we have three time the amount of people in the U.S. now. And there are a lot less farms and people that can do for them self.

  • Lamarr Avery

     5 days ago

    @Coyote Demon Do you know if this rapist is still around? You should make his or her life a living hell now.

  • Lamarr Avery

     5 days ago

    @James Rustermier Hello, we are America, land of the immigrants. You're family were immigrants who came here. The native Americans were here first, let's all remember that. We're all illegal immigrants to them.

  • John D

     3 months ago

    My mother went thru the Great Depression. Had to quit school in the 3rd grade to go to work in the fields. My father did not own his own pair of shoes, underwear or cloths until he joined the military for WW2. He had to share his cloths with 15 other kids. A piece of bread and a class of milk was all they had to eat. Sometimes they had to go a day or so without eating so others could eat. He was over 6 foot and weighted under 115 lbs when he joined the military . The Depression was tough. All th...

  • Steve Pettersen

     4 days ago

    @Lady Grace The word is "abstinence".

  • Maxx Reverie

     2 months ago

    During the Great Depression more than 40% of Americans lived on farms. Now thats just 2%, yikes!!!

  • Seal-ed

     8 days ago

    @Fiji Water Arf! Arf! Arf!

  • Fiji Water

     8 days ago

    @Seal-ed Can You Please Upload A DIY Death Farm Tutorial?

  • Karl Haynes

     2 months ago

    When you put money in a bank, it is no longer "your money." You are LOANING your money to the bank. They usually pay it back...until things fall apart.

  • Ellie Squires

     8 days ago

    Linda Finch U R KIDDING, right?

  • Linda Finch

     21 days ago

    What about on-line banks? Are they safer than brick & mortar?

  • Big Boy Glock

     3 months ago

    People were people back then. I’ve had the same neighbors for 15 years and we’ve never met

  • Lamarr Avery

     5 days ago

    @Gilster People just don't trust each other or like each other anymore. Just think if there was a natural disaster or a great depression, you'd be on your own or who knows, that might bring people closer together.

  • Patricia Twomey

     9 days ago

    Knock on their door and introduce yourself but leave a note for them before you do possibly with your contact phone number. Either of you could have an emergency and need help.

  • Normal guy

     2 months ago

    Today's soup lines are hidden from sight by access cards.

  • Lorie McCrory

     2 days ago

    America Reigns “Depression soup” was anything you could’ve thrown in a pot of water for supper.

  • America Reigns

     6 days ago

    What kind of soup?