Hi friends, do you think the world was more beautiful 100 years ago?
I wouldn't know, I wasn't around 100 years ago.
It depends upon your definition of beauty. I know my town was more beautiful then if one can believe the photos - it's an ugly place now populated by inbred mutants.
If Little House on the Prairie taught us anything, it taught us the world was definitely more beautiful back then... with all the trees and grass and blue sky... mountains, lakes... flowers.... stuff we can't even dream of today. Plus now we have billboards, thanks to Vegas and it's flashy example.
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