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Old 06-18-2018, 06:10 AM   #16
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street hockey - thank you Bobby Orr- wiffleball (El Tiante delivery), kill the man with the ball, basketball, football, we built ramps to jump with our bike, Forts all the time, and at night we got into trouble firing bottle rockets at the door we just rang the doorbell.
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I'm another old guy that finds it sad that young people are constantly staring at their phones.

Perhaps it is my own internet experience, much of that shaped by my experiences here on the Planet, that gives me some understanding of what it is like to be hooked on "social media" and not want to miss something, but it's clear that socialization means something completely different to young people today and things have gone to a very different level.

The other night my wife and I were driving up Route 18 at dusk and she saw a kid on a bike and commented that he was nuts. I told her "you should have seen some of the shit I did when I was 12".

I was thinking of a "bike hike" I took with my cousin. One hot summer day we rode from South Weymouth to Quincy and stopped to suck down a quart of Gatorade, which was new on the market. Fortified by the electrolytes we decided to head to Boston. From there, my cousin mentioned that his Grandmother lived in Medford and he had a 3 Stooges board game there that was really cool, so we headed for Medford. That is about 35 miles on one-speed bikes.

So, we went there and played the game and his Grandma called his Mother who had a really hard time believing we rode our bikes there. She thought it was a joke at first. The amazing part was that she was able to be convinced that we were fine and would ride back. She didn't have to drive to pick us up, so off we went.

I recall that it was getting dark when we hit Boston and we found some graphic porno magazines discarded on the side of the road containing the first full-beaver shot I'd ever seen. I can still see that image burned in my brain. We couldn't believe our luck. I was electrified.

So, we dodged cars all the way back to Weymouth in the dark and got home about 9PM just dog-tired and sore, but elated at our little adventure. We were crazy kids and had properly horrified our parents, which was gratifying.

I wonder if some 12-year old cell phone addict will, decades from now, remember a big day chatting with his friends online the way I remember that day.

I highly doubt it.
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Old 06-18-2018, 07:06 AM   #18
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I grew up in the '70's. Sidewalks on every street so riding bikes was easier. Had 5 or 6 friends within walking distance. Had a park two blocks from the house. Played baseball all day during the summer. Basketball and football when it got cooler. I did watch my fair share of television, however.

I remember playing street hockey, wiffle ball and something we used to call "hotbox" (which I learned later in life was called "pickle") where two guys with baseball gloves would toss back and forth between two bases and a third guy would have to make it safely from one base to the next without getting tagged.

I also used to throw a tennis ball up against the foundation of the house. Had a strike zone painted and everything. Broke I don't know how many cedar shakes. Used to throw a baseball against the steps, too. Broke a few storm door windows.

Had an airport near the house. We used to ride our bikes and lay down on the grass just outside the fence by the runway and feel the rush as a plane was taking off or landing right above us.

Summer nights were the best. All the tag games. Catching lightning bugs. Smores when the grill was used for dinner. Listening to the frogs and crickets. Looking at the stars.

My 15 year old wants nothing to do with anything that involves playing outside. There are no sidewalks in my neighborhood. The nearest kid his age is not walking distance. He has a brand new basketball hoop in the driveway that he uses only when his cousins are over. I wish I could take him back to 1975 for a week and let him see how much fun it was to play outside.
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Best thing I have done is camp with my kids, it is a throw back.

They are out playing freeze tag, Hide and seek. we break out old games (trouble, sorry, Parcheesi, Boogle, Yahtzee), play card games, (phase 10, uno)

The will take the electronics with them but they are making silly films mocking Blare witch type movies.

We shoot compound bows, bb guns, pellet guns and Crossbow pistols. There are woods so they can play airsoft.

They have a our own dock with a small rowboat with a 6hp motor, couple kayaks, fresh and saltwater fish poles, or they blow up an inflatable raft just float along on the water. (I am planning on making a floating dock next weekend, I have 8 barrels and an 8'x8' platform- I may add a trolling motor to it)

I taught them how find something to do and never be bored.

Several times over the summer we will have friday night movies with a projector on sheet.

it is old school life in a 35' box with central ac and heat on a pond
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It's ironic that a generation so "connected" are actually very disconnected.
That is the irony, isn't it? Connected to people all over the world through the internet and yet haven't a clue as to how to interact with the kid next door. Face-to-face is getting increasingly rarer. I read about a study in which today's kids don't go out with their friends much. They prefer going home to their rooms and communicating through their phones.
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That is the irony, isn't it? Connected to people all over the world through the internet and yet haven't a clue as to how to interact with the kid next door. Face-to-face is getting increasingly rarer. I read about a study in which today's kids don't go out with their friends much. They prefer going home to their rooms and communicating through their phones.
I watched 3 kids sit in the same area texting each other, not talking. I had to assume it was so teh parents had no idea what was being said, well typed.
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I grew up in a rural area and had a blast playing outside all the time. Exploring everything, everywhere. These are just a few things that I fondly remember.

I lived near an old quarry and would explore and jump the granite boulders with neighborhood friends.

Not far from me there was a brook and and the ruins of an old fulling mill. Where the water ran through the stonework there were caves and we were small enough to crawl through them.

Lifting rocks in the woods looking for salamanders.

There was a small sand pit across the street and we would ride our bikes there. There was a wooded area near the pit and we cut trails in the woods to walk or ride bikes.

I was lucky enough to live on a lake and remember wrapping stones in foil, throwing them in the water and retrieving them wearing swim masks.

Lifting rocks in the lake looking for and collecting crayfish.

Catching sunfish using bread as bait and catching them with a net.

Simple times, wonderful memories.
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I grew up in a rural area and had a blast playing outside all the time. Exploring everything, everywhere. These are just a few things that I fondly remember.

I lived near an old quarry and would explore and jump the granite boulders with neighborhood friends.

Not far from me there was a brook and and the ruins of an old fulling mill. Where the water ran through the stonework there were caves and we were small enough to crawl through them.

Lifting rocks in the woods looking for salamanders.

There was a small sand pit across the street and we would ride our bikes there. There was a wooded area near the pit and we cut trails in the woods to walk or ride bikes.

I was lucky enough to live on a lake and remember wrapping stones in foil, throwing them in the water and retrieving them wearing swim masks.

Lifting rocks in the lake looking for and collecting crayfish.

Catching sunfish using bread as bait and catching them with a net.

Simple times, wonderful memories.
You have brought back great memories for me as we also had a lake behind our house with catching tadpoles, sitting in inner tubes in the water, skipping rocks and so forth.Ah good times. Thanks lady.
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There was a nice stretch of woods at the end of our block that had an awesome set of trails we called Snake Hills, that we’re great for racing bikes. My bro and I would get together with half a dozen other kids and race hell bent thru those trails. We would cut each other off, ram into each other to try to push the other kid into the woods and basically do whatever we could to win the race.
We would come home sweaty, filthy and banged up. Great times.
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Catching grasshoppers in the field to use as fishing bait in the tank we had. Skipping rocks. Swimming. Playing hide-and-seek on three and four-wheelers. Driving range balls off a tee into the fields. Picking grapes off the vines in the fencelines, using the tractor bucket to get to the ones out of reach.

I was watching the "Making A Murderer" docu-series on Netflix when it came out a couple of years ago and something really hit me. It was a show ten years in the making so the trial took place back around 2005. The press onsite were waiting for the jury to finish deliberating and come back with a verdict, and they had nothing to do but kill time for hours and days on end. So they were sitting on boxes they had arranged in a circle and were playing cards, laughing and having a good time.

And I realized that just wouldn't happen anymore, just ten years later. Everyone now would be glued to their phones, ignoring everyone else, and wishing they were anywhere else, but there.

It's too bad, really.
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You said it. I've watched people who have gotten together for lunch never once look up from their hands to speak to the person on the other side of the table. it's like something somewhere else must be more interesting than what's going on right in front of me. Personally, I find that pretty insulting.
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You said it. I've watched people who have gotten together for lunch never once look up from their hands to speak to the person on the other side of the table. it's like something somewhere else must be more interesting than what's going on right in front of me. Personally, I find that pretty insulting.
It is insulating and rude and we see it all over. I put my phone down when I am at a table or with friends they should get my attention and time not the phone. I've seen people do it at church and that frustrates me if they will do it in church they will do it all over tbh. My family is connected and breaking them out of it is hard but I keep trying.
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I'm really glad reading through this thread that lots of us seem to have had similar experiences growing up. All the good times playing outside, exploring and getting sweaty. And I'm really glad some parents have the good sense to understand that these are vital parts of childhood and give their own kids a chance to enjoy them. I'd give anything at this point to be able to play tag or jump rope.

It's hard not to feel nostalgic for a world gone by. Not to get all literary here, but Wordsworth wrote a poem with the punchline "Oh death in life, the days that are no more." That poem - and the truth of it - make me sad.
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