>>2307>small communities knew each other and trusted each other.>the streets were covered in children and teens.>Then slowly you watch as houses turn off their lights and draw their curtains.
there are no kids or social cohesion anymore. there used to be families, with 2-3-4 kids, and everyone knew their neighbours, and the mom's knew each other and planned community activities. they made it. now everyone's alone; their connections are tv and the internet; there are no families, no kids, no common identity.
>I watched my favourite holiday* die.