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[Former] chain restaurant, NOS (Not Otherwise Specified), in our beautiful and successful suburbs. To lease.

Suburban schools are an essential component of suburbia.¿How could our suburbs be beautiful & successful without SATs & split-levels?Split-level houses ae an essetial part of suburbia.


Americans moved into Levittowns! Levels were split! Lawns were mowed! Mary Hartman saw the waxy yellow buidup on her kitschen floor! Big Macs were eaten! SUVs flourished! Americans got in their cars, and commuted (not death sentences)! We were: "Runnin' on empty, runnin' around!" (ref.: Jackson Browne song) ~ America's greatest contribution to the history of world architecture: The single family split level [or raised ranch...] suburban tract development house on 1/4 acre or more of grass lawn so why not just make it astroturf?

Go to Kaplan test prep website!

I have nothing against Kaplan: they are just trying to help kids whose parents have money, in the eternal war between studentkind and Educational Testing Service (ETS)(501)(c)(3), Princeton New Jersey. ETS are the Culture Criminals for testing kids in the first instance! Any port in a storm.
God save America!
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"The Democrats in D.C. have been and want to, at a much higher level, abolish our beautiful and successful suburbs by placing far-left Washington bureaucrats in charge of local zoning decisions," TrumpAll trash to recycling! said. "They are absolutely determined to eliminate single-family zoning, destroy the value of houses and communities already built, just as they have in Minneapolis and other locations that you read about today. Your home will go down in value, and crime rates will rapidly rise."

"What will be the end result," he added a bit later, "is you will totally destroy the beautiful suburbs. Suburbia will be no longer as we know it. So they wanted to defund and abolish your police and law enforcement while at the same time destroying our great suburbs. The suburb destruction will end with us." ((POTUS №45) Donald J. TrumpAll trash to recycling!, The Washington Post, +2020.07.17)

Single family suburban houses housing suburban nuclear families.

All trash to recycling!Skin cancer of the topsoil[1]All trash to recycling!

 
 
 
 
 

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America is running on empty, running around....


See the U.S.A., in your Chevrolet, America is asking you to call! Drive the U.S.A. in your Chevrolet, America's the greatest land of all! ...

Presenting the supersonic 1953 Chevrolet Bel Air sedan! The chic sheet metal is all new for 1953! Mr. Organization Man! You will commute on your lap of luxury leatherette bench front seat, as many miles as you need to go, to get any office in the whole U.S.A. Seats 6 in comfort if you're in your office carpool. Or you wife will love chauffeuring you to and from the Metro North station, and taking the kids to soccer and tennis practice, ballet and gymnastics lessons, the doctor, the orthodontist, Kaplan SAT Prep and everywhere else in her busy June Cleaver days, in style. No clutch! Traffic-Jam-o-Matic transmission is standard. Powerful 186 horsepower straight six or optional 224 horsepower dual exhaust V-8, you're in command! Dinah Shore says it all: Life is completer in a 1953 Chevrolet! [Click image for a surprise]


Plunge into the depths of Despair: "See if there's anything good on." "Why bother?"I want my Mapo!Single family suburban nuclear family watching the television.Single family suburban nuclear family watching the television.
Music television, 'til the sun burns out....

A nuclear family being culturally irradiated



Footnotes

  1. 10:23 AM [+2022.03.26]. The New York Times. Your comment has been approved! Thank you for sharing your thoughts with The New York Times community. The Ameican dream of "home ownership" was always "a bill of goods": Few people ever own their homes: they own their mortgages, and "mort" means death. Death contracts. The banks own the homes, but the people mow the lawns and fix burst plumbing pipes.... As a child whose parents had bought a split level house they could not afford on an acre of lawn in an upscale suburban "dvelopment" when they could have had a much better house in-town for a lot less money and a lot less grass to mow -- one of our nextdoor neighbors died valiently in the line of duty: he had a heart attack on his ride on lawn mower. Ride 'em, lawnboy! Selling when housing prices are high is no diffeent than selling when prices are low: The new mortgage you buy will be at the same level of bloated or affordable price as the one you sold. It's a zero sum game. Today I have a neighbor who is a Gund Hall grad (an AIA architect). One fine day I saw her do[in]g servile labor attending to her lawn and I commented that I thought the gravel gardens in Japanese Buddhist temples, where the monks rake the gravel as medication, not mow grass just because it keep growing or whatever.... She did not like me reminding that there can be higher values in life than fertilizing the topsoil. Why don't people just replace the grass with astroturf?


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