I can still you you didnt read my location, i live in the USA, I was only in sweden for the first 3 years of my life becase I was born there and them my mom met a new guy and moved to the USA with him to start a new life, I grew up in the smallest town (IN AMERICA) i've seen in my area, well scratch that there is a town with only 100-300 people like 20 minutes away but i've only been there once to see what the town looked like. but when you drive to the city (population of 3.28 MILLION) the drive was a bare drive just empty fields for an hour untill you get on the freeway and then you started seeing like billboards and towns off the side of the freeway and stuff. when I was little I thought my town was the whole world lol i was like six but still, we would go for wheeling for hours and never come across another town or person so I assume what I saw was all it was untill I started getting in like third grade and learning about the world.
so just because you think the world is full of nice built schools and that we have no small towns that dont get help and that doesn't even have a police department and get any 911 to get there they have to drive 30+ minutes ( they would speed so its faster duh ) from the closest town. (yes they drive and pratol out there sometimes but it was very rare maybe once a week if that) you keep thinking you know what youre talking about but untill you experience it you cant say anything. we had to grow our own veggies becase the run to the store was way too far, our town had a local meat market and thats all we ate evey night. whatever cut of meat was the cheapest along with our home grown potatoes and carrots and onion, evey single night that we at our house.
the only thing they have done to help fix this since I have lived there is there is now a school bus stop close to the town but its still a 2o minutes drive from the town, funny how the closest school is still way too far away cant they judt have the bus driver leave 20 min early and go the town to pick up kids. I assume more go to the real school now as money has been better in that area since I lived there. but its still shitty
but no keep thinking what you want. just becase you got to live a privileged life doesn't mean we all did. not eveyone got to experience what you did. and I can tell you are not the brightest considering I said "Read my location and maybe you’ll understand" and my location says "I’m from Sweden but I don’t live in Sweden" I was hoping you would ask a question like oh where do you live then, or are you talking about sweden or where you live now. but I guess it wouldn't be fit for your agreement if you did. so you choose not to or just cant come up with the thought to ask.
yes? what does that have to do with anything? anyone can do anything, my mother was a hairdresser for 17 years and then when she was 37 she decided to become a paralegal and went to college for it and a few years later she is now a paralegal at the age of 44 (she has been on for 3 years now I belive) and makes more money she she ever has. its all about drive and passion not where you grow up and how your raised ( to an extent). I was raised to be farm boy and did farm work for most of my life but now I haven't stepped foot on a farm in years and I am going to college for computer science even thought the only time I touched a computer before this was at school to type papers but i've never messed around with them or thought anything about them while I was in school using them. and before this I was in a classes to be a electrician but dropped that to change to computer science. stories of people going from redneck hillbilly to doing a job you think they wouldnt is no a rare story lol. just go to the south and many people were raised or grew up to just be farmers and ended up wanting more in life so they took it upon themself to change their outcome in life by educating them self. But i guess if you grow up in blue collar privileged world then you would think its a rare story because your not around enough people like that to hear or see it happend. my high school was full of rednecks and we had the highest graduation rate in the school district the year I graduated.