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Friday, August 09, 2013

Times Have Changed

Washington, DC, 1914.
Not so thoughty having those horses run on a railroad tracks.
(thoughty? must have been a popular word back in the day)


Anonymous said...

Railroad tracks or streetcar tracks?

Anonymous said...

Where's the good old days guy? Why hasn't he chimed in? Maybe he built a time machine and traveled back.If we see him in an old photo we won't recognize him because he was anonymous like the rest of us.

Anonymous said...

It's actually a fire fighting wagon. Driver's probably on his way to pick up lunch!! Nothing changes. :-)

Anonymous said...

Honesty, integrity, courteousness, politeness, respect, caring about your fellow man, just to name a few... were also popular words back in the day.

THey have been replaced by selfishness, greed, immorality, lust, debauchery, money and power worship.

You cannot serve two masters. You will love the one and hate the other. You cannot serve God and mammon. (money).

And what is this USA country founded on? CAPITALISM. MONEY!

Any wonder we are in the sad shape we are in? I think not.

The Lord God hates a liar. So when you wheeler and dealers go about your business dealings, keep that in mind when you will say and do anything to close a deal.

What profit does a man make if he sell his soul for a piece of bread? You have your reward. You will receive none when you die.