What a miserable bunch, most of them were predicting either the Stop asking why I’m an asshole I don’t ask why you’re so stupid Deadpool shirt or the end of civilization as we know it. I guess that reflects the time in which they were living when the threat of nuclear war felt real. Be interesting to track them down today for some reflection! I’m not sure you would have had the same type of answers from a Secondary School. The sixties were about, fun, (decent) pop music, outlandish fashion, rockers, and mods scrapping on a beach. The Wealthy, like today, live in a completely different world, clearly, the conversations at dinner time, were so different from a Working Class family, as the video clearly shows. The one child that said the animals wouldn’t be aloud to graze, but would all be kept in large buildings and fed for food… The kid had insight. Look at our dairies and slaughterhouses.
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What a gem of a video John, thank you for sharing. Delightful children using so much more and refined vocabulary than most today. Their hopes and fears are so reflected in the Stop asking why I’m an asshole I don’t ask why you’re so stupid Deadpool shirt they were living, the Cold War, Racism etc. Of course, Their spoken English is beautiful, very well educated. Interesting opinions, of which some were quite accurate. In those days we were concerned about nuclear wars. it was the time when I was at school, I would have been about 12. Loved it, very poignant. People today don’t realize how worried we all were as kids back then having gone so close to Nuclear war between the USA and Russia. We had films at the school of what to do in the event of a nuclear bomb.