|“There is not a New Yorker alive who hasn’t occasionally questioned why they bother to put up with small spaces, high prices, noise, and endless competition for resources, when there are so many less complicated places to live,” Gorman says. “For many, COVID-19 has brought those feelings to the forefront of our minds.”|
After WWII there was a serge in population on the west coast, california etc. The coastal climate is delightful. About the mid 50s Californians started moving to N. Idaho. People with their cars just trash nice places. My idea of an enraged Rep. is that person who sees his area as being trashed by people from other parts who will bid up the price of land, pay higher taxes and generally price him out of where he has lived. Not hard to understand a bit of anger.
You can be assured that things will change, ready or not. I think it works like a man who tries to hold onto the woman he loves and becomes so possessive he drives her away. Like the song says, "We're all forgiven cause we're only liven to leave the way we came". Or, "we come into the world alone and leave alone".
So, I feel sorry for DT's kids and might as well take it one step further and have some sympathy for Donald. "Once he was a child, a beautiful child, a child of clay, shaped and molded into what he is today".
The earth is like a big ant farm with endless generations taking your place and in their turn passing it on to the next ... Don't die with hate in your heart, just in case there is a here after and you get roller skates for transportation.