The America I Grew up In- A Comedy by Jeff Allen

Here’s a fun but yet sobering reminder of our childhood that we had- the best times where we could take the chances and experiment, risk getting hurt but learning the lessons the hard way. The childhood of today has risks but in the sense of fear of taking these falls, the risks and trying new stuff.

The America I Grew Up in is a comedy gig by Jeff Allen, who compares his childhood to what is seen today. Can you list what he and his friends did for childhood examples? Then compare them to what you (as a child growing up) did. What was the same? What was different? What would you like to do what this comedian did? What would you do differently, had you had a chance to turn back the clock for one day?

Try that wherever you go, but not before watching this rather funny clip. 🙂

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This photo was taken by Paul Equale on March 9th, 2018 with the following commentary:

Joe Biden took his granddaughter to the movies in Georgetown last night…..on his way out he stopped to speak w/ a homeless man. A bystander took this candid shot. Character is about what you do when no one is watching. 

Joe Biden is one of 18 candidates who is running for US President in 2020. The former Vice President of Barack Obama has had a lot of hardships in recent years but is one of many persons made of steel who is bound to unseat the current President and soon-to-be incumbent, Donald Trump.

This leads to the question of what makes a politician a great one. Feel free to comment. 🙂

 

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