My dad was telling me about his era in the 60s.
The US and USSR played Russian roulette with ships and nuclear bombs.
Aluminum cans were used for the first time.
White bread was heavily advertised as a health food.
Berlin Wall started to go up.
Newspapers carried the news as most people still didn’t have TV sets.
No one owned a home computer.
A long-distance phone call was expensive so people wrote letters, which took months to get to their destination.
Bottled water didn’t exist.
Milk came in fully fat only.
And 60 years from now, what will things be like?
One thing is certain. The cycle of change.