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Why were the children of the USSR different?

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“After all, all the adults were children first, only few of them remember this.”

Leon Vertu when he was little


If you were a kid in 60, 70, or 80, the beginning of 90, looking back, it's hard to believe that we managed to get to today.

Why were the children of the USSR different?


In childhood, we drove cars without seat belts and airbags.


wink
Our cots were painted in bright colors with high lead content. There were no secret lids on the medicine bottles, the doors were often not locked, and the cabinets were never locked.

The slides were steep in our yards.


What is “iPhone”, “iPad”, Like / Tweet or Steam we did not know.


I did not have such a thing (it appeared in 80):


I don’t know about you, but for me it was a holiday when 15 received kopecks (FIFTEEN - big money, by the way) for such fun:


We drank water from a column on the corner, not from plastic bottles. No one could have imagined riding a bike in a helmet.


Horror. We invented games with sticks and cans, we stole apples in the gardens and ate cherries with stones, and the bones did not germinate in our stomach.


For hours we were making carts and scooters from boards and bearings from the landfill, and when we first flew from the mountain, we remembered that we had forgotten to attach the brakes. After we drove into the thorny bushes several times, we dealt with this problem.

We left the house in the morning and played all day, returning when the street lights were lit, where they were.


All day no one could find out where we are. There were no mobile phones! It is hard to imagine. We cut arms and legs, broke bones and beat out teeth, and no one sued anyone. Happened all. Only we and no one else were to blame. Remember? We fought to the blood and went bruised, getting used to not paying attention to it.



We ate cakes, ice cream, drank lemonade, but no one got fat, because we rushed and played all the time. Several people drank from one bottle, and no one died of it.


We did not have gaming consoles, computers, 165 satellite TV channels, CDs, cell phones, the Internet, we rushed to watch a cartoon with the whole crowd in the nearest house, because there were no video players either!

But we had friends.


We left the house and found them. We rode greats, made matches on spring streams, sat on a bench, on a fence or in a schoolyard and chatted about what we wanted. When we needed someone, we knocked on the door, rang the bell, or just stopped by and saw them.

Remember? Without demand! Yourself! Alone in this cruel and dangerous world! Without security! How did we survive?

It was accepted before the school to bring the child to the sea. And as a child was nice!


We invented games with sticks and cans, everybody ever signed up for football, hockey or volleyball, but not everyone was in the team. Those who did not fall learned to cope with frustration. Some students were not as clever as others, so they remained for the second year. Benchmarks and exams were not subdivided into 10 levels, and grades included theoretically 5 points, and 3 points in fact. At recess, we poured water on each other from old reusable syringes!



Our actions were our own. We were ready for the consequences. Hiding was not for anyone. The concept that you can pay off the cops or retreat from the army, almost did not exist. Parents of those years usually took the side of the law, can you imagine !?


Add:
-sized carbide on a construction site + empty bottle + hay (grass) = good broads;
- Samopal (copper tube + heads from matches + wad + pieces of lead) = good broads, you can shoot frogs, cats;
- poor frogs puffed up with a straw ... they couldn’t dive;
- windows, forgive us;
- strawberries, apples in the garden of a neighbor is always sweeter?
stationery glue (not coke!), dried on a sheet of paper, pounded and caught in the nostrils = beautiful imitation of the disease (I did not want to study);
-buttons and various wind tubes firing with "needles" = poor girls and teachers;
-rogatki (bullets: wire or paper), bows and arrows, bicycles and grease;
-Plastic combs and squares = beautiful smoke;
Yes, and just do not remember.




This generation has generated a huge number of people who can risk, solve problems and create something that was not there before, simply did not exist. We had freedom of choice, the right to risk and failure, responsibility, and somehow we just learned how to use it all.

I've just learned how to solve problems:


My wife loves flowers, a lot of flowers (she plants where she falls; they only interfere with mowing), some were standing in a wheelbarrow on wheels (that is red). Three wheels rotted. Stuck "carry the tree" Replace AII. I tried to cross-cut (what was blue) from a log: long, dreary, crack. I took a board, saw and made square (rectangular): cheap, angry, fast (tree made) ... Avant-garde children did not appreciate, even the dog turns up and gets scared sometimes. And I say: "Almost Picasso." But you don’t drive a wheelbarrow? The problem is solved, for 10 minutes and. wink
Shl. Well, I could not help but brag, sorry.

If you are one of this generation, I congratulate you.


We were lucky that our childhood and adolescence ended before cynics bought from youth freedom in exchange for videos, mobile phones, a factory of stars and cool crackers ...







With their general consent ... For their own good ...



The text, of course, is not mine, my wife sent me, I was impressed. He (text) wanders across the expanses of the Runet. Inserted a photo, a couple of phrases ... It is understandable - "I'm not in the subject line"! You can "once" and about children, even for the "Military Review", especially about the children of the USSR.

And I have children! And I - like Louis: "Monsieur, do not forget about my children" ™:


And soon (probably) will be grandchildren ... Do not forget, too.

If the administration deems it necessary, it may print. But this is a barrel of honey. I think so.

I would like (if topvar visitors are interested) to discuss a spoon (or two) tar. In the next part. After all, tar was? Well, it was! What to invent "unnatural" historyhow our jumping "neighbors are not brothers" invent?

I propose a row on this topic.

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http://chunimuni.ru/tags/deti-sssr
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  1. avvg
    avvg 11 June 2016 12: 28
    +195
    I look at the photos, and there are only tears in my eyes. In the USSR it is real, all the children were happy.
    1. 11 black
      11 black 11 June 2016 12: 40
      +1
      Quote: avvg
      I look at the photos, and there are only tears in my eyes. In the USSR it is real, all the children were happy.

      A very bold statement ...
      1. Imperialkolorad
        Imperialkolorad 11 June 2016 12: 50
        +101
        Quote: 11 black
        Quote: avvg
        I look at the photos, and there are only tears in my eyes. In the USSR it is real, all the children were happy.
        A very bold statement ...

        At the expense of everyone and the entire period of the USSR’s existence, not everyone was happy, but for the last decades, before the deliberate collapse of the country as a whole, children were happier than now in the post-Soviet space.
        1. cniza
          cniza 11 June 2016 13: 24
          +61
          We were young and carefree then, then young and the sea knee-deep, the grass was greener and the trees higher, yes, I feel sorry for the current generation.
          1. weksha50
            weksha50 11 June 2016 19: 59
            +52
            Quote: cniza
            We were young and carefree then, then young and the sea knee-deep, the grass was greener and the trees higher, yes, I feel sorry for the current generation.



            Reading the article, I kept thinking - but will the author remember about our scarecrow-arsonists?

            I remembered ... And he called it such a pleasant word - "bang" and "big bang" ...

            PS And I forgot about saltpeter-potassium permanganate-duralumin as a "babakha", and a photo-film as a smoke chamber ...
            And after all - the most important thing - we walked to the dark, and it never occurred to anyone that something could happen to us ... That was life !!!
            1. Yuyuka
              Yuyuka 11 June 2016 22: 57
              +30
              And after all - the most important thing - we walked to the dark, and it never occurred to anyone that something could happen to us ... That was life !!!

              and my grandmother came to the farm at 2-3 nights, slowly made his way to the pan with cooled fried potatoes - nothing tasted better! repeat and no one was waiting for me peering anxiously into the night ... and also the doors were closed on a sliver so that they would not knock in vain when the owners were not at home ...
              1. tundra
                tundra 12 June 2016 02: 01
                +17
                and the keys were laid under the mat came and looked looked at the key under the mat means no one turned around at home and went.
                1. Military Builder
                  Military Builder 16 August 2016 06: 54
                  +1
                  my conscious childhood passed in the village in the 80s, indeed if the house wasn’t leaving for the whole day, the door was closed on the latch, if the lock was hung all day, but the key was hanging on a nail, around the corner of the veranda, there was gas , in the morning an empty balloon was put out for the gate, and money was laid under it, in the evening they took a full balloon
            2. assenizator
              assenizator 13 June 2016 05: 41
              +6
              It never occurred to anyone that one should not talk to strangers and accept sweets from them.
            3. BEECH 1972
              BEECH 1972 14 June 2016 03: 59
              +4
              Quote: weksha50
              Reading the article, I kept thinking - but will the author remember about our scarecrow-arsonists?
              I remembered ... And he called it such a pleasant word - "bang" and "big bang" ...
              PS And I forgot about saltpeter-potassium permanganate-duralumin as a "babakha", and a photo-film as a smoke chamber ...
              And after all - the most important thing - we walked to the dark, and it never occurred to anyone that something could happen to us ... That was life !!!

              A casein tennis balls, hard rubber from old steering wheels or gearshift levers. From wind pipes, people didn’t atrocity with needles, paper balls or groats for people, and even grouse were knocked down by arrows made of steel wire or knitting needles. Each teacher had a collection of such pipes made of copper, aluminum, steel, and 15 years later after school he bought a garage for a boat, next to our Trudovik, so he showed me a moonshine made from such pipes, of which not a single piece was made and told about irrigation systems for greenhouses made of the same ball material. Nylon bottles from under shampoos and other household chemicals went well under spray bottles, they never used syringes. But it happened that they made much more complex structures, with tin tanks, bicycle pumps and triggers from spray guns. It all depended on who your father or someone of your friends is working with. And the designs came from the likeness of a knapsack flamethrower, to a completely fantastic shooting complex from the movie strangers. They did not use saltpeter, potassium permanganate, duralumin, took sulfur from the match, potassium permanganate and aluminum powder, or aluminum or magnesium filings ground with a file from airplane disks or aluminum structures, of which there were a great many at most enterprises. But it turned out more spectacular flash rather than broads. But each self-respecting gun was self-made. But we made them from pusher tubes from decommissioned diesel engines, into which a long construction cartridge and a ball from a broken bearing were charged. Charge such tubes with a couple of dozen, take a special starting device with a butt, a trigger and a guide tube and boldly go to shoot at targets or into the woods for hunting. And after all, it was a fairly accurate and effective weapon, I tell you, it happened that even adults took our bullets, because in unassembled form they did not cause any suspicions from law enforcement officers, and collecting them was a matter of no more than a couple of minutes. The author is definitely here "+" a plus. ;-)
          2. raif
            raif 12 June 2016 22: 33
            +12
            of something, but they were independent for sure. fights-voynushki - street to street, class to class, etc. A 12-year-old boy in the village grazed ONE cattle - so goals for 100 only cows, and also goat sheep. hijack a ride on an bareback horse (anyone!) or a neighbor’s motorcycle, or ride a father’s motorcycle to the business district. hiking in nature - no fools, we do everything ourselves, girls - cooking, boys - everything else. rafts in the spring flood, smelting of lead and aluminum, collecting waste paper, herbs and scrap metal, playing bast shoes, football and volleyball - there were many events. and they helped the old people themselves - they didn’t pass by and instructions from the teachers-parents were not required
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        3. Reserve officer
          Reserve officer 11 June 2016 15: 15
          +66
          Why were the children different? Yes, because adult uncles and aunts then raised educated patriots of their country, creative, comprehensively developed young citizens. And not consumers.
          Not only parents but also the state were engaged in children. True, the state is still engaged. An electorate is growing, which should be able to go to the polls and vote who they say. And for this you need to be able to read, count and sign.
          1. gladcu2
            gladcu2 11 June 2016 20: 46
            +24
            Reserve officer

            The children were different then, because the economic system was different. That system assumed greater independence of the individual. Accordingly, everyone took responsibility higher.

            Capitalism kills a person. Since the system is looking for an excuse for its predatory nature. Underestimates education, and management should be conducted by more educated but army methods. By orders.
            Then laws are created in such a way that they contradict logic. This gives incredible growth to the bar. Hence all these nonsense with hot coffee spilled on a causal place. Well, full of such cases.
            All this is necessary to destroy the system of understanding. That the people would not rebel in crises of capitalism.
            The system is gangster.
            1. Ile ham
              Ile ham 12 June 2016 02: 42
              +1
              Please write in Russian without using a translator. Put your thought in !!
          2. aleks700
            aleks700 11 June 2016 21: 09
            0
            Why were the children different? Yes, because adult uncles and aunts then raised educated patriots of their country, creative, comprehensively developed young citizens. And not consumers.
            Have you grown it?
          3. avia1991
            avia1991 11 June 2016 23: 33
            +20
            Quote: Reserve officer
            Yes, because adult uncles and aunts then raised educated patriots
            I’ll develop a little: adult parents raised (for the most part) children who value friendship and good neighborly relations, justice and honesty, instilled a sense of responsibility. Education was a fundamental and compulsory quality ESTABLISHED BY THE STATE IN THE RANK OF LAW! It, the State, was engaged in the education of patriots, it was DIRECTLY, and, until a certain point, quite successful, since everyone was involved in this: parents, children, special services, company management, public organizations, etc.
            The current state of affairs in these matters is not even close to compare.
            Greetings, Alex! hi
            1. Reserve officer
              Reserve officer 11 June 2016 23: 58
              +13
              Sergey, good to see you!
              Absolutely correct. Indeed, do not compare. I’ll even say more - now parents raise their children not thanks to state support, but in spite of it. And, unfortunately, not all parents succeed in resisting the informational shaft of lack of spirituality, vulgarity and outright betrayal of the interests of their country, which today is being brought down on children.
              1. Yuyuka
                Yuyuka 12 June 2016 08: 33
                +10
                now parents raise their children not thanks to state support, but in spite of. And, unfortunately, not all parents succeed in resisting the informational shaft of lack of spirituality, vulgarity and outright betrayal of the interests of their country, which today is being brought down on children.

                I’ll add - everything is done in order to prevent even the possibility of raising - parents plow all day and seven days a week, there is very little time to communicate with children ... and the children themselves on holidays mostly either help their parents or seek rest for days without rest ! for children, free time is evil, in Soviet times there were a lot of free clubs, sports sections, pioneer camps - is it not a lifesaver for dads and mothers! and the prices were purely symbolic, many in two shifts rested. Well and most importantly, children in the USSR were not a burden, meaning the material side. And now? expenses for children - to dress and put on shoes, to learn - occupy more than half of the family budget!
            2. aleks700
              aleks700 12 June 2016 05: 33
              +1
              adult parents raised (for the most part) children who value friendship and good neighborly relations, justice and honesty, instilled a sense of responsibility. Education was a fundamental and compulsory quality ESTABLISHED BY THE STATE IN THE RANK OF LAW! It, the State, was engaged in the upbringing of patriots, it was DIRECTED, and, up to a certain point, quite successfully, since everyone was involved in this: parents, children, special services, company management, public organizations, etc.
              The current state of affairs in these matters is not even close to compare.
              So who raised the current bureaucrats, bandits, bribe takers, etc.?
              1. larand
                larand 13 June 2016 15: 13
                +5
                Quote: aleks700
                So who raised the current bureaucrats, bandits, bribe takers, etc.?

                1985 can be considered the year of the murder of the USSR - the humpback was erected on the throne. That is, 30 years have passed. For 30 years, the bulk of bureaucrats, bribe takers, bandits, etc. has grown thanks to the new capitalist system. Soviet similar characters are not suitable for them, either in numbers or insolence.
          4. Ile ham
            Ile ham 12 June 2016 02: 36
            0
            I do not agree with you - the state should not raise children, this is a pro-initiative of PARENTS !!!! Where do the children-consumers come from? Is the state to blame? Children need Barbie and Ken - is the State again to blame? Children grow up - they need a secure future, and if this is not the case, the government and the State are to blame again ???
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            2. Simpsonian
              Simpsonian 12 June 2016 03: 36
              +6
              The prerogative of parents is to prevent children from watching TV and letting children go to such a school, because both there and there, the state, before perestroika, began to twist the children’s brain and learn something else. Well, it’s normal to educate ourselves of course.
            3. avia1991
              avia1991 12 June 2016 21: 19
              +7
              Quote: Ile Ham
              Where do the children-consumers come from? Is the state to blame?

              YES.
              Quote: Ile Ham
              Children need Barbie and Ken - is the State again to blame?

              YES.
              Quote: Ile Ham
              Children grow up - they need a secure future, and if this is not the case, the government and the State are to blame again ???
              YES.
              Do you think otherwise?
              Try to build a couple of logical chains to answer your questions, get to the end of the chain - and you will be surprised: it is the State that is to blame!
              By the way, WHAT IS A STATE - in the know? And what are its functions?
              And from the level of quality of the state’s performance of its functions, all other qualities come up in your questions: the standard of living of people, the level of their needs, targeted requests for goods and products, the level of patriotic and spiritual-moral education, the level of parents' attitude to issues of education children, and that system of values ​​that is inculcated in children by ALREADY HAVING HER PARENTS.
              So WHO IS GUILTY, Ilham? request
        4. sherp2015
          sherp2015 11 June 2016 17: 27
          +21
          Quote: ImperialKolorad
          At the expense of everyone and the entire period of the USSR’s existence, not everyone was happy, but for the last decades, before the deliberate collapse of the country as a whole, children were happier than now in the post-Soviet space.


          There was a slogan:
          "All the best for children!"
          I think it was. Although there were many shortcomings, but the positive was ten times more than the shortcomings, and childhood was really good. I even remember a kindergarten in the late 50s and early 60s.
          It was under Stalin
          1. peta locksmith
            peta locksmith 11 June 2016 22: 08
            +12
            and I remember my kindergarten in 1962, built back in 1956, under Stalin, it was light, warm and deliciously smelled of cutlets and rolls for an afternoon snack, and there were also carpets, ficus and a piano. and Aunt Dushu in a blue robe. Now in my kindergarten, which, by the way, later both my children went to, a passport office. well, at least not a gypsy camp. almost every day I pass by and always remember how good it was
        5. Homo
          Homo 11 June 2016 18: 27
          +20
          Quote: ImperialKolorad
          At the expense of everyone and the entire period of the USSR’s existence, not everyone was happy

          It depends on what is considered childhood happiness. For a child, spring is happiness, ice cream is happiness, dad returned from a business trip - happiness. Therefore, we can say that all children in the USSR were happy. And today, when everything is re-read for money, "happiness" is imposed - the amount of money. Terrible for the future of such children.
        6. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 11 June 2016 19: 29
          +27
          I propose a row on this topic.
          what for? dig deeper into the wound? I will say what was written before: in the USSR, there were no "other people's children", any passer-by, a neighbor, or just an adult, could give us a slap on the head, or just scold, for all sorts of "shoals", we did not dare to object, yes, they were afraid and respected, so they were brought up, cattle individuals of course were, but in comparison with "now" - the earth and the sky. I don't even want to argue on this topic - you look out the window in the evening and feel sick ...
        7. cyberhanter
          cyberhanter 12 June 2016 17: 08
          +2
          I don’t know how in the USSR, since I was born in the 87, but my earlier childhood was great, and then the entertainment computerized. I liked it too, but it was already not right
      2. 11 black
        11 black 11 June 2016 12: 51
        -35%
        Quote: 11 black
        A very bold statement ...

        And I repeat once again - none of us can say for ALL, because ALL are millions and none specifically.
        And you, comrades, open Pushkin and read "The Captain's Daughter" for example, you will see that children were also different before the USSR.
        No worse and no better, but different - times change, children remain children, and it’s not up to you to decide what is best for them, simply because you will NEVER take their place, you look from the perspective of an adult, and they do not.
        Quote: ImperialKolorad

        At the expense of everyone and the entire period of the USSR’s existence, not everyone was happy, but for the last decades, before the deliberate collapse of the country as a whole, children were happier than now in the post-Soviet space.

        After the collapse of the country is always like that yes but I wouldn’t measure happiness ...
        1. Inok10
          Inok10 11 June 2016 14: 01
          +26
          Quote: 11 black
          And I repeat once again - none of us can say for ALL, because ALL are millions and none specifically.

          ... personally, I had a happy childhood, the year of birth 1970 ... Are you from the unfortunate? ... then tell me specifically what or whom you observed from peers ... and exchange opinions on the facts ...
          Quote: 11 black
          And you, comrades, open Pushkin and read "The Captain's Daughter" for example, you will see that children were also different before the USSR.

          ... What are you about ? ... but why not compare the times of Ivan the Terrible with the Soviet? ... based on your logic? ... laughing
          1. 11 black
            11 black 11 June 2016 17: 16
            -34%
            Quote: Inok10
            ... personally, I had a happy childhood, the year of birth 1970 ... Are you from the unfortunate? ... then tell me specifically what or whom you observed from peers ... and exchange opinions on the facts ...

            Personally, I also do not complain, although my childhood was in the midst of the 90's, nevertheless I am pleased with him and remember with joy. But I speak for myself, and you speak for yourself, and a comrade spoke out for all the children of the USSR ... a very bold statement
            Quote: Inok10
            ... What are you about ? ... but why not compare the times of Ivan the Terrible with the Soviet? ... based on your logic? ...

            This is not my logic, it is the author who came up with a stupid idea to compare the happiness of children. Let's then compare it with 17 or Ivan the Terrible, or maybe even with Rurik or Papua New Guinea - why waste time on trifles? - from his, the author, "logic" - only the meaning?
            Quote: NordUral
            Are you so lucky that you were unhappy as a child? This is how it was necessary to try and how to be envious of others' happiness.

            I did not understand the meaning of this saying ...
            1. free
              free 11 June 2016 17: 58
              +4
              trifle !!!! not worth it
            2. Andrey Yuryevich
              Andrey Yuryevich 11 June 2016 19: 46
              +15
              [quote] [quote = 11black] [quote = Inok10] ...
              Personally, I don’t complain either, although my childhood was in the midst of the 90s [/ quote],
              - there’s nothing more to talk about ...
            3. Captain45
              Captain45 11 June 2016 23: 21
              +9
              You said it yourself
              Quote: 11 black
              although my childhood was in the midst of 90's
              , and the article talks about SOVIET childhood. In the 90 there were no more USSR countries, unfortunately.
            4. Alexei
              Alexei 12 June 2016 18: 07
              +1
              Quote: 11 black
              Let’s compare then with the 17 year or Ivan the Terrible, but it’s possible in general with Rurik or Papua New Guinea - why waste time? -

              And let's compare! Are you sure what will happen? There are no living witnesses, you can argue endlessly, poke your nose into various dubious references and other common nonsense, which is different as a colorful patchwork quilt. How time is changing and people is a trifle in your opinion? My childhood was in the 80, and the happy youth of the 90's was stolen from me by corrupt politicians and fools who wanted Western freedom and comfort. And when someone starts to say about comfort and what is needed in the West, I want to immerse this person in the discomfort of physical violence so that he learns to appreciate a little what is.
            5. Victorio
              Victorio 13 June 2016 19: 42
              0
              Quote: 11 black
              Quote: Inok10
              ... personally, I had a happy childhood, the year of birth 1970 ... Are you from the unfortunate? ... then tell me specifically what or whom you observed from peers ... and exchange opinions on the facts ...

              Personally, I also do not complain, although my childhood was in the midst of the 90's, nevertheless I am pleased with him and remember with joy. But I speak for myself, and you speak for yourself, and a comrade spoke out for all the children of the USSR ... a very bold statement
              Quote: Inok10
              ... What are you about ? ... but why not compare the times of Ivan the Terrible with the Soviet? ... based on your logic? ...

              This is not my logic, it is the author who came up with a stupid idea to compare the happiness of children. Let's then compare it with 17 or Ivan the Terrible, or maybe even with Rurik or Papua New Guinea - why waste time on trifles? - from his, the author, "logic" - only the meaning?
              Quote: NordUral
              Are you so lucky that you were unhappy as a child? This is how it was necessary to try and how to be envious of others' happiness.

              I did not understand the meaning of this saying ...

              ===
              you were born later, and at the heart of the written, just earlier years.
          2. aksakal
            aksakal 11 June 2016 19: 20
            -15%
            Quote: Inok10
            ... personally, I had a happy childhood, year of birth 1970

            - yes its pros and cons. With you, I agree, for me - then it was better. But this is subjective. And if objectively?
            The inviolability of the person was not particularly respected in the USSR. If one of the guys was something very different from all the others, well, with the same "botanism", that is, he wore glasses, was smart and studied at the grades, did not like violence and did not like to refuse, then in the Soviet school he would have come from northern fur animal, and on the second day. Let's not deny it, I studied in such an ordinary Soviet school and I myself loved to bully such "nerds", yes, it's a shame to remember, but it was, alas ... Now you see this "nerd" on the news and you won't go to him " help a classmate to make a career out of old memory ", because he may remember laughing laughing laughing
            Now this, thank God there is no. For various reasons, both children became more tolerant, and parental care is denser (in a sense, the conflict between children immediately develops into a conflict between parents, having seen one such "war of parents", the child in the future will generally prefer not to communicate with anyone, just not to expose the parents like that. There was such an experience, thank God, the son moved away and began to communicate, and we no longer meddle in his affairs, to hell. He came with a bruise - nothing, he will survive.), and teachers control more tightly ... In short, "nerds", in the sense, children - "white crows" are much more comfortable now, and this is a plus in any case.
            And than. I saw tangerines, bananas, oranges and candies "Bear in the North" a couple of times a year - on my birthday and on New Year's. Nonesh children have no problems with this - they stand on the table and spoil. With toys, too, I and my friends were strained in childhood. Now my daughter has a whole collection of "monsters high", because there are no problems with them, you take and buy.
            Nowadays there is a huge minus. We prepare children for a career from the first grade. In the first grade, the child must go to school abruptly, where they are already admitted with exams (well, adults, solve the problem "there are only 40 cows and geese, and their legs are only 98. How many cows and how many geese?" to enter the first grade?) and instead of childhood he tastes the difficulties of a career, "the delights of competition and the development of" pushing with elbows "from the age of seven! Why are they so? It was super!
            Well, what about happier - it seems to me that childhood is childhood, and we were happy, and we try to ensure our children as much as possible, and I hope they are also happy. Therefore, I do not agree that we were happier. It seems to me the same way.
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            2. 11 black
              11 black 11 June 2016 19: 25
              -19%
              Quote: aksakal
              Well, what about happier - it seems to me that childhood is childhood, and we were happy, and we try to ensure our children as much as possible, and I hope they are also happy. Therefore, I do not agree that we were happier. It seems to me the same way.

              Golden words to you +
              1. Andrey Yuryevich
                Andrey Yuryevich 11 June 2016 19: 54
                +8
                Quote: 11 black
                Quote: aksakal
                Well, what about happier - it seems to me that childhood is childhood, and we were happy, and we try to ensure our children as much as possible, and I hope they are also happy. Therefore, I do not agree that we were happier. It seems to me the same way.

                Golden words to you +

                too lazy to think?
            3. Andrey Yuryevich
              Andrey Yuryevich 11 June 2016 19: 53
              +15
              If one of the guys was something very different from all the others, well, with the same "botanism", that is, he wore glasses, was smart and studied for A's, did not like violence and did not like to refuse, then in the Soviet school he would have come from northern fur animal, and on the second day. Let's not deny it
              , no excuse me! we had "bespectacled people" in our class, and no one "spread rot" to them, you just at a certain moment, were unlucky with the environment, but that does not mean that it was so everywhere.
              Quote: aksakal
              And than. I saw tangerines, bananas, oranges and candies "Bear in the North" a couple of times a year - on my birthday and on New Year's. Nonesh children have no problems with this - they stand on the table and spoil.

              and who wants them, from the "chemicals" then?
              Quote: aksakal
              Now my daughter has a whole collection of "monsters high", because there are no problems with them, you take and buy.

              with which I congratulate you ... do you regret it? did you miss this in your childhood?
              Quote: aksakal
              Well, what about happier - it seems to me that childhood is childhood, and we were happy, and we try to ensure our children as much as possible, and I hope they are also happy. Therefore, I do not agree that we were happier. It seems to me the same way.
              this is YOUR problem, apparently they did not learn how to separate the "wheat from the chaff" ... I feel sorry for you.
              1. aksakal
                aksakal 11 June 2016 22: 00
                -11%
                Quote: Andrew Y.
                this is YOUR problem, apparently they did not learn how to separate the "wheat from the chaff" ... I feel sorry for you.

                - and to me - you. Why did you decide that children are now unhappy? Specifically, your children - then, excuse me, as a father, it characterizes you in a very specific way.
                If you think abstractly that childhood was better in the USSR, then I repeat, this is your subjective opinion, because children do not know another reality and for this reason are happy in the reality in which they were born. There is nothing to compare them stupidly with. And you have something, but this is purely your opinion. By the way, when I remember my childhood with children, they sincerely do not understand me - like this, there were no iPhones, iPads, and were we happy?
                I repeat once again - there are pluses and minuses. Current ones have iPads and iPhones. On the way to school (I lived far away), I desperately missed the tram and dreamed of using a tiny TV (I couldn’t know that it would turn into an iPhone, and in general this dream seemed like scary science fiction) - and you’ll condemn this childhood dream ? And the children have it. Again - chewing the resin was not comme il faut too, but peers coming from the GDR (from the GSVG) dragged normal chewing gum like Lelik and sore. And why were we deprived of this? What, Soviet industry was so stupid that it could not arrange the release of this nonsense? Yes, judging by the Soviet weapons, she was very powerful. So, just neglected our childhood dreams? And in general, what should we dream of bourgeois chewing gum, should we have been thinking about building communism since childhood? But what about childhood?
                Quote: Andrew Y.
                with which I congratulate you ... do you regret it? did you miss this in your childhood?

                - yes, as you go to the "Children's World", and there are electric trains for 45 rubles, children's models, but the trouble is 10 rubles. 50, and my mother buys me mostly notebooks, a school uniform, well, a prize - a simple plastic wheelbarrow for 2 r, no doors open, no hood ((((Yes, not enough, not all were bourgeois like you, so what? And then, with such a bummer, the inscription over the "Children's world" "Thank you for our happy childhood, home country!" How can I say it? I didn't have enough, I’m talking about this, there is nothing to idealize and invent that it was all. My mother could not with a salary of 150 rubles, buy me a toy railway for 45 rubles, that's all. My children really have it all, so I think they are happy. The bad thing is that I strain my children with studies - it's really bad, but There is nothing to be done, a lot depends on education now. It's just that in the USSR this problem was taken over by the state, and now it is on the parents, and the parents solve the problem worse than the state, they stupidly load their children and shove them into schools where there are competitions.
                1. aksakal
                  aksakal 11 June 2016 22: 03
                  -2
                  Quote: Andrew Y.
                  and who wants them, from "chemicals"?
                  - what kind of chemicals are in Soviet sweets or in Abkhaz tangerines? What are you talking about? Stupidly did not like my opinion that not everything was perfect in the USSR and therefore to object just to object? Now they are in "Roshen", but we have our own "Rakhat" factory, thank God, and we do not need any Roshen, and in Rakhat there is definitely no chemistry. As for tangerines - I don't know if they are in Moroccan or some Algerian ones, but even if there are - there is a choice where to get them? We still do not grow up, and children adore them anyway. And to eat once a year - children clearly do not deserve this. If you want to keep yours in such a black body - keep them, but I have nothing to put minuses for it. Mine eat them regularly and will eat them, despite your disagreement, and that in the USSR they were only on New Year's gifts - this is a minus, it shouldn't have been this way anyway. Was Cuba allies that it was difficult to fill up Soviet children with these citrus fruits all year round? At the same time, they would help Cuba, we are what they need, they are citrus fruits to us.
                  Not everything was at the level in the USSR, although the USSR tried, it was obvious.
                  Quote: Andrew Y.
                  no, excuse me! we had "bespectacled people" in our class, and no one "spread rot" to them, you just at a certain moment, were unlucky with the environment, but this does not mean that it was so everywhere.
                  - Well, as for bespectacled people, their spread rot is not everywhere, but here are the boys who did not know how to fend for themselves, which sneak - ALWAYS DESTROYED. When it was difficult to spread rot openly (Well, there teachers strongly stood up for him for some reason, parents are weight, party - and this problem of "golden boys" was then - there is nothing to invent that golden boys are only now) - there was such a thing called "dark". Do you remember? No? Then get out of here and don't fool me - you definitely didn't have a Soviet childhood, where you studied at the GSVG. And transfer it here. AND THIS IS WRONG FOR ANYONE. There should be no place for violence in children’s environment, and now it doesn’t exist. Why - I wrote in the first post. Do you find it bad? Maybe. Perhaps, as long as we are in power, the generation of the Soviets, which their kulaks can easily use, will not be spoiled by any migrants in our country. In general, this problem is incomprehensible to me, how the Arabs in the West treat women - they would quickly tear one place for them. But will the new generation, which does not fight, will be able to do this, and if it does, then this is such an emergency at school? Hardly ... But I don’t think that we will have such a situation, and in general, there is nothing for children to fight and spread rot, even if some children clearly deserve it. In this I see for any plus of our time.
                2. Inok10
                  Inok10 12 June 2016 01: 01
                  +9
                  Quote: aksakal
                  - yes, as you go to the "Children's World", and there are electric trains for 45 rubles, children's models, but the trouble is 10 rubles. 50

                  ... for the bespectacled and excellent students they answered you in great detail and I will join, because for 10 years, I have changed 5 schools ... no where there was no "delirium" you stated ... everyone lived together but in their own circles, according to their interests .. . excellent students, average peasants and slovens ... but if it was about the class, and I was more often lucky at "B" then here ... all for one, one for all ... laughing ... here it is very interesting for electric trains ... just how terrible ... what are you talking about? ... Children's railway, produced by the GDR PIKO, a circle with a diameter of 1 meter of tracks, an arrow, three cars, a diesel locomotive ... cost 20 rubles ... and, here’s a bridge and a slide with an additional passenger train ... then yes, 45 rubles ... but this was already for Gourmets ... so don’t powder people’s brain ...
                  1. aksakal
                    aksakal 12 June 2016 23: 04
                    +1
                    quote = Inok10] Children's railway, manufactured by GDR PIKO, a circle with a diameter of 1 meter of tracks, an arrow, three cars, a diesel locomotive ... cost 20 rubles ... well, here is a bridge and a slide with an additional passenger train ... then yes , 45 rubles ... but it was already for Gourmets ... so do not powder people’s brain ... [/ quote]
                    - Yes, they did not buy them for me, so I don’t know the details of what was in the kit. And I don’t remember - how many years have passed? Why am I powdering my brain if it was an expensive thing that I never bought? What did you want to say? What am I lying about this train? Or what in general?
                    [quote = Inok10] for bespectacled and excellent students you were answered in great detail and I will join, because in 10 years, I have changed 5 schools ... no where there was no "nonsense" you stated ... everyone lived together but in their own circles, according to their interests ... excellent students, average peasants and slovens ... but if it was about the class, and I was more often lucky on "B" then here ... all for one, one for all [/ quote] - here below they remember that school is for school went. And I confirm that I did. Now they do not go, there is no such thing now ... Is this good or bad? We are talking about violence in children's collectives, to hell with him, who was spreading rot ... I started talking about the inviolability of the person - now, for various reasons, it is observed better. Simply put, if in the days of the USSR the elder sister of the beaten was asked why her younger brother was beaten, she would answer, like, think about it, they went in the face, would show off less!
                    Now she would gallop with this younger one to rush to the police and to the medical examination with horror in her eyes, they say they killed, Herods! Therefore, there is less violence in the school, the main idea about this. School do not go to school now, as we did in childhood. Is it good or bad?
                    For me it’s very good. For you - judging by the minuses, you would be glad that someone would beat your son well ... Perhaps you are masochists or you don’t love your son for something. There is less violence at school now - this is a fact, and this is good, and no one will prove anything to me on this topic. Therefore, I ask you not to idealize the Soviet school in this regard - for anyone in the Soviet school, muzzles were beaten more often (for various reasons, mainly because adults were more likely to relate to this, which is fundamentally WRONG).
                    Although there are pluses to this training - the English fans in Marseilles were given a chance to break away, they were two buzzing there, the police could not stop them, they felt like kings until they came across fans of Russian students who had been trained by the Soviet school. laughing laughing
                3. Victorio
                  Victorio 13 June 2016 19: 55
                  0
                  Quote: aksakal
                  Quote: Andrew Y.
                  this is YOUR problem, apparently they did not learn how to separate the "wheat from the chaff" ... I feel sorry for you.

                  - and to me - you. Why did you decide that children are now unhappy? Specifically, your children - then, excuse me, as a father, it characterizes you in a very specific way.
                  If you think abstractly that childhood was better in the USSR, then I repeat, this is your subjective opinion, because children do not know another reality and for this reason are happy in the reality in which they were born. There is nothing to compare them stupidly with. And you have something, but this is purely your opinion. By the way, when I remember my childhood with children, they sincerely do not understand me - like this, there were no iPhones, iPads, and were we happy?
                  I repeat once again - there are pluses and minuses. Current ones have iPads and iPhones. On the way to school (I lived far away), I desperately missed the tram and dreamed of using a tiny TV (I couldn’t know that it would turn into an iPhone, and in general this dream seemed like scary science fiction) - and you’ll condemn this childhood dream ? And the children have it. Again - chewing the resin was not comme il faut too, but peers coming from the GDR (from the GSVG) dragged normal chewing gum like Lelik and sore. And why were we deprived of this? What, Soviet industry was so stupid that it could not arrange the release of this nonsense? Yes, judging by the Soviet weapons, she was very powerful. So, just neglected our childhood dreams? And in general, what should we dream of bourgeois chewing gum, should we have been thinking about building communism since childhood? But what about childhood?
                  Quote: Andrew Y.
                  with which I congratulate you ... do you regret it? did you miss this in your childhood?

                  - yes, as you go to the "Children's World", and there are electric trains for 45 rubles, children's models, but the trouble is 10 rubles. 50, and my mother buys me mostly notebooks, a school uniform, well, a prize - a simple plastic wheelbarrow for 2 r, no doors open, no hood ((((Yes, not enough, not all were bourgeois like you, so what? And then, with such a bummer, the inscription over the "Children's world" "Thank you for our happy childhood, home country!" How can I say it? I didn't have enough, I’m talking about this, there is nothing to idealize and invent that it was all. My mother could not with a salary of 150 rubles, buy me a toy railway for 45 rubles, that's all. My children really have it all, so I think they are happy. The bad thing is that I strain my children with studies - it's really bad, but There is nothing to be done, a lot depends on education now. It's just that in the USSR this problem was taken over by the state, and now it is on the parents, and the parents solve the problem worse than the state, they stupidly load their children and shove them into schools where there are competitions.

                  ===
                  you about Thomas, and you about Yerema! moreover, it’s material, specific things are written, agree with them or not. Is this enough (I won’t rewrite it from the article) for a happy childhood, yes, enough! but someone doesn’t, perhaps you are among them.
                4. Victorio
                  Victorio 13 June 2016 19: 55
                  0
                  Quote: aksakal
                  Quote: Andrew Y.
                  this is YOUR problem, apparently they did not learn how to separate the "wheat from the chaff" ... I feel sorry for you.

                  - and to me - you. Why did you decide that children are now unhappy? Specifically, your children - then, excuse me, as a father, it characterizes you in a very specific way.
                  If you think abstractly that childhood was better in the USSR, then I repeat, this is your subjective opinion, because children do not know another reality and for this reason are happy in the reality in which they were born. There is nothing to compare them stupidly with. And you have something, but this is purely your opinion. By the way, when I remember my childhood with children, they sincerely do not understand me - like this, there were no iPhones, iPads, and were we happy?
                  I repeat once again - there are pluses and minuses. Current ones have iPads and iPhones. On the way to school (I lived far away), I desperately missed the tram and dreamed of using a tiny TV (I couldn’t know that it would turn into an iPhone, and in general this dream seemed like scary science fiction) - and you’ll condemn this childhood dream ? And the children have it. Again - chewing the resin was not comme il faut too, but peers coming from the GDR (from the GSVG) dragged normal chewing gum like Lelik and sore. And why were we deprived of this? What, Soviet industry was so stupid that it could not arrange the release of this nonsense? Yes, judging by the Soviet weapons, she was very powerful. So, just neglected our childhood dreams? And in general, what should we dream of bourgeois chewing gum, should we have been thinking about building communism since childhood? But what about childhood?
                  Quote: Andrew Y.
                  with which I congratulate you ... do you regret it? did you miss this in your childhood?

                  - yes, as you go to the "Children's World", and there are electric trains for 45 rubles, children's models, but the trouble is 10 rubles. 50, and my mother buys me mostly notebooks, a school uniform, well, a prize - a simple plastic wheelbarrow for 2 r, no doors open, no hood ((((Yes, not enough, not all were bourgeois like you, so what? And then, with such a bummer, the inscription over the "Children's world" "Thank you for our happy childhood, home country!" How can I say it? I didn't have enough, I’m talking about this, there is nothing to idealize and invent that it was all. My mother could not with a salary of 150 rubles, buy me a toy railway for 45 rubles, that's all. My children really have it all, so I think they are happy. The bad thing is that I strain my children with studies - it's really bad, but There is nothing to be done, a lot depends on education now. It's just that in the USSR this problem was taken over by the state, and now it is on the parents, and the parents solve the problem worse than the state, they stupidly load their children and shove them into schools where there are competitions.

                  ===
                  you about Thomas, and you about Yerema! moreover, it’s material, specific things are written, agree with them or not. Is this enough (I won’t rewrite it from the article) for a happy childhood, yes, enough! but someone doesn’t, perhaps you are among them.
              2. Captain45
                Captain45 11 June 2016 23: 27
                +5
                Quote: Andrey Yurievich
                , no excuse me! we had "bespectacled people" in our class, and no one "spread rot" to them, you just at a certain moment, were unlucky with the environment, but that does not mean that it was so everywhere.

                Yes, no one "spread rot", he himself says
                Quote: aksakal
                I studied at such an ordinary Soviet school and he himself liked to tread such "nerds"
                1. aksakal
                  aksakal 12 June 2016 23: 06
                  -1
                  Quote: Captain45
                  Yes, no one "spread rot", he himself says

                  - read through one place ...
                  I don’t know, our city was divided into districts, the morals were tough to the limit, whoever could not stand up for himself, he was called a "bull" and should be treated in every way. It's like hazing in the Soviet army - the picture is extremely similar. Therefore, once in the army, I did not learn anything new and already knew how to act. If you know how to stand up for yourself, no "grandfather" will do anything to you. They (who taught me the minuses) now, idealizing the USSR, will also question hazing. laughing laughing Like, "I don't know where you served there, but you were probably out of luck, but here in the barracks we lived as a friendly team, we loved each other dearly, especially a young senior!" laughing Well, opponents, come on, start telling me about how the cosmic crust ... I apologize for the lack of hazing in the Soviet army ... That these are all inventions of the writer Polyakov and my dreams .... laughing You have already told about the fact that everyone lived together at school and even didn’t go to school, now tell us how the “grandfathers” in the Lenin room learned macrame with the newly called (or is it “woodpeckers”?)laughing Though neighing laughing
            4. aleks700
              aleks700 11 June 2016 21: 14
              +7
              And than. I saw tangerines, bananas, oranges and candies "Bear in the North" a couple of times a year - on my birthday and on New Year's.
              This is a component of childhood happiness. When all this (sweets, bananas) is a holiday, and not chronic diathesis and soreness.
            5. Mordvin 3
              Mordvin 3 11 June 2016 22: 21
              +3
              Quote: aksakal
              Come on, adults, solve the problem "there are only 40 cows and geese, and only 98 of their legs. How many cows and how many geese?" What is

              I can also ask you a problem (quite official, from the 90s). In the textbooks was. "Stands, sways, falls - lies." A three-letter word. Can you guess?
              1. Cat man null
                Cat man null 11 June 2016 22: 42
                0
                Quote: mordvin xnumx
                Quote: aksakal
                Come on, adults, solve the problem "there are only 40 cows and geese, and only 98 of their legs. How many cows and how many geese?" What is

                I can also ask you a problem (quite official, from the 90s). In the textbooks was. "Stands, sways, falls - lies." A three-letter word. Can you guess?

                OAK (fool), eg laughing
          3. Andrey Yuryevich
            Andrey Yuryevich 11 June 2016 19: 44
            +13
            Quote: Inok10
            .. personally I had a happy childhood, year of birth 1970

            and I have 1963rd! only positive! every "savage" traveled to the "south", lived in "sheds" with the locals, but were generously fed with fruits "for so", and the whole trip was available to anyone, everything on the verge of "free", from medicine to rest.
        2. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 11 June 2016 19: 40
          +6
          Quote: 11 black
          And you, comrades, open Pushkin and read "The Captain's Daughter" for example, you will see that children were also different before the USSR.

          aha ... let's "pit", Kuprin, we'll drag it in ... but why waste time on trifles, Dostoevsky shed light on society: "crime and punishment" ... what an immoral generation was "before"!
          1. Inok10
            Inok10 11 June 2016 20: 52
            +9
            Quote: Andrey Yurievich
            yeah ... let's "pit", Kuprin, we'll drag it in ..

            ... Yurievich, greetings, thank you ... there is nothing to add to what you said ... pay attention ... they did not drag Chekhov's "Vanka" with his Letter to the village of Grandfather ... but, the Captain's daughter ... laughing ...
      3. NordUral
        NordUral 11 June 2016 15: 19
        +14
        Are you so lucky that you were unhappy as a child? This is how it was necessary to try and how to be envious of others' happiness.
      4. starshina78
        starshina78 11 June 2016 20: 16
        +14
        This is not a "bold statement", but a fact !!! I was born in the mid-fifties, in the sixties I spent my childhood, in the seventies, my youth and formation, in the eighties I was affirmed as a citizen, a person who had achieved certain success in his career, personal life. I am silent about the nineties - the collapse of everything and disappointment. Childhood for me and my peers was golden, youth is even better. Most importantly, we were happy !!!
      5. 30BIS
        30BIS 12 June 2016 06: 36
        +3
        It was just that at that time we were children ... And now we are slightly idealizing everything! And this is good ! In the same way, our children or grandchildren will idealize their time .. childhood is always a feeling of happiness. Maybe you noticed that children under 11 years old do not walk, they are carried !! Running headlong! To nostalgia, to drop from tenderness towards yourself, to your childhood, when mom and dad were alive ... a mean male tear .. All the same, years have passed! Probably possible if you want .. Children and grandchildren should not see! We are severe men!
      6. ava09
        ava09 13 June 2016 10: 09
        +1
        Quote: 11 black
        Quote: avvg
        I look at the photos, and there are only tears in my eyes. In the USSR it is real, all the children were happy.

        A very bold statement ...

        Everyone cannot be happy at the same time - the law of nature. But most do. And minus, either for inaccurate expression, or for a lack of understanding of upbringing trends ...
      7. BEECH 1972
        BEECH 1972 14 June 2016 03: 05
        +1
        Quote: avvg
        I look at the photos, and there are only tears in my eyes. In the USSR it is real, all the children were happy.

        Quote: 11 black
        A very bold statement ...

        The main thing is that it is very true. And not only children were happy, but also most adults. All troubles and general bitterness came along with Gorbachev's reforms and Western friends. As never before were those wise that once said: “With such friends, enemies are not needed.”
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    3. Giant thought
      Giant thought 11 June 2016 12: 48
      +50
      Thank you for our happy childhood, our native country! At the feet you have to bow to the Soviet Union!
      1. PHANTOM-AS
        PHANTOM-AS 11 June 2016 16: 44
        +17
        Quote: Thought Giant
        Thank you for our happy childhood, our native country! At the feet you have to bow to the Soviet Union!

        here the topic was caught ..
        ----------------
        How do you want to return to the past
        Go through the time barrier
        Return then golden time
        Suddenly wake up in the USSR
        To return everything to the heart dear
        Actors, holidays, movies
        It was all like a native
        Life was so simple and easy
        Three pennies "soda"
        In the cinema "popsicle"
        Those jokes about Vovka
        That "cervelat" and "milk"
        Parades, songs, Komsomol members
        "Afonya", Shurik, Moscow ...
        Those birthdays, feasts
        All that human kindness
        How pulls, sometimes, the past
        That security and peace
        Like childhood, warm, dear
        Forever in human memory
        Forgive me, modern age
        Your interior is not to your liking
        'Cause I'm so ordinary
        I was born in the USSR.
    4. Grandson of Veteran
      Grandson of Veteran 11 June 2016 12: 57
      +56
      And I ... And I ... And I had a Moskvich pedal typewriter, a great Salute and an electronic stray where a wolf catches eggs ... Damn, tears were already welling up crying
      1. RPG_
        RPG_ 11 June 2016 13: 50
        +29
        Here you are bourgeois :)
        1. Mordvin 3
          Mordvin 3 11 June 2016 14: 05
          +11
          Quote: RPG_
          Here you are bourgeois :)

          I fought because of the same thing in kindergarten (like there was nobody). I had to retire (one against three). Made on bearings. crying
          1. PHANTOM-AS
            PHANTOM-AS 11 June 2016 16: 55
            +13
            Quote: Mordvin 3
            Made on bearings.

            And we did scooters with bearings and carts with a front controlled axle and from a hill to distillation.
            Thing!!!! good
            1. Mordvin 3
              Mordvin 3 11 June 2016 17: 47
              +6
              Quote: PHANTOM-AS
              trolleys with a front axle and from a hill to distillation. Thing !!!!

              So I write about this design. drinks
              1. PHANTOM-AS
                PHANTOM-AS 11 June 2016 18: 12
                +2
                Quote: Mordvin 3
                So I write about this design.

                Evidently, Zarechensky’s neighbor drinks
        2. aksakal
          aksakal 11 June 2016 19: 25
          +2
          Quote: RPG_
          Here you are bourgeois :)

          - uh, let me ride, I'll give you back tomorrow! Honest October!
      2. Lt. Air Force stock
        Lt. Air Force stock 11 June 2016 14: 26
        +19
        Quote: Veteran's grandson
        And I ... And I ... And I had a Moskvich pedal typewriter, a great Salute and an electronic stray where a wolf catches eggs ... Damn, there were already tears

        And now we need a powerful PC, an iPhone of the latest model, well, maybe even a bicycle, and then not everyone. And they dream of becoming not astronauts, but businessmen in order to drive a cool car, live in an expensive apartment, and travel around the world ...
        Modern children tend to grow up faster so that they are taken seriously and treated as adults, but since they cannot be physically specific here and now, they hang in games where they can feel older even in a virtual world, realize themselves within the same subculture of the same children as them, become more authoritative, having achieved success in the same bunker or counter.

        1. Svidetel 45
          Svidetel 45 12 June 2016 00: 32
          +2
          Yes, unfortunately you are right, now the younger generation, albeit not all, but a significant part, this generation that prays to the golden calf, figuratively speaking, the main goal is to trough, raise your head and look at the stars - this is not their topic, and therefore - in managers, entrepreneurs, lawyers, trade, etc., but not in astronauts, in science, engineers, polar explorers, this is romantic nonsense for them, there is a lot of "cabbage" you cannot "chop".
      3. EvgNik
        EvgNik 11 June 2016 14: 43
        +4
        My grandfather had such a machine. UAZ without top _ open. once allowed to ride - and then I crashed into a fence. And it rotted in the basement.
      4. armata37
        armata37 11 June 2016 14: 45
        +6
        And all my childhood I wanted this, but they never bought me) I would still like to ride it, but I won’t fit lol Friends say buy an ATV and ride. But the trick is that the "Moskvich" had pedals)
        1. Lt. Air Force stock
          Lt. Air Force stock 11 June 2016 15: 00
          0
          Quote: armata37
          And all my childhood I wanted this, but they never bought me) I would like to ride it now, but I won't fit Friends say buy an ATV and go. But the trick is that the "Moskvich" had pedals)

          Now you can buy an electric golfcar.
          1. NordUral
            NordUral 11 June 2016 15: 22
            +8
            Now you can buy a yacht, along with a submarine and air defense.
      5. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 11 June 2016 20: 02
        +1
        Quote: Grandson of Veteran
        And I ... And I ... And I had a Moskvich pedal car, great Salute and the electronic stray, where the wolf catches eggs... Damn, as many tears came crying
        even though it does not match in time ... I had everything, but only children in the late 80s had "pribluda" ...
    5. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 11 June 2016 12: 58
      +31
      Quote: avvg
      I look at the photos, and there are only tears in my eyes. In the USSR it is real, all the children were happy.


      And how not to be happy? Mom, dad at work, means wealth. If busy, then grandparents are. There were few drinkers. They didn’t intimidate the children: other people's uncles are dangerous. And the relationship between the children is more open, there were practically no fights, even because of the typewriter.
      In kindergarten 59-61g. Responsibility and professionalism of educators (then did not know such words).
      And the nervous load is not comparable. Maybe this is the main thing. The nervous system in children is only being formed.
      Received sinal, need to respond. To do this, it must be assessed, importance, danger. Make a decision, answer with what costs. The decision has not yet been made, but here is a new signal. You need to compare them in importance, but here is the next. Here they are twitching. Not all. Where there are Grandparents, there is such a damper. All take over. And in vain do you think that there will be problems with adaptation, from upbringing in greenhouse conditions. With a strong, healthy nervous system, and without fifty vaccinations, which means with powerful immunity .... It can even work out .... units.
      And there was a system for man. Now a man for the dough.
      1. Vasilenko Vladimir
        Vasilenko Vladimir 11 June 2016 17: 59
        +3
        Quote: Mavrikiy
        there were practically no fights, even because of the typewriter.

        Well, you said it, fought as well as for the typewriter and for the ball
        1. Homo
          Homo 11 June 2016 18: 32
          +8
          Quote: Vasilenko Vladimir
          also fought for both the typewriter and the ball

          They fought not for the THING but for the right to possess this thing. So all the cubs are fighting (mind you not for death and not for mutilation), it is laid down by nature, a fight is one of the ways to get to know the world, a test of strength, self-affirmation.
      2. would
        would 11 June 2016 18: 32
        +10
        With a strong, healthy nervous system, but without fifty vaccinations, which means with powerful immunity ....


        Maybe I'll tell you a secret, but the USSR was an advanced country in terms of vaccination and modern Russian vaccination is also largely a Soviet legacy: the USSR was one of the first countries that began to vaccinate children in certain regions with BCG vaccine back in 1928 (only 7 years after the creation BCG) year, and mass BCG vaccination began in 1962. It was the USSR that made a huge contribution to the elimination of smallpox around the world, it was the Soviet program for the eradication of smallpox around the world that became the first program not only to eliminate smallpox, but in general to eliminate such a large-scale disease on such a large scale. It was the USSR that gave the world a huge amount of smallpox vaccine (I read about the figures of one and a half billion !!!), it was the USSR that sent specialists to the poorest countries affected by smallpox, and so on. Tellingly, WHO began to really support this program only at the end, and before that WHO had not funded the program. And so you can enumerate quite a lot, the Soviet Union and Soviet Scientists have put many bricks in the wall of modern vaccine prevention. And most importantly: In such a "totalitarian" state, they did not know the refusal of vaccinations at all, did not know that they could be refused and did not understand why. Motherland said to put it, without asking anyone. And that is why the immunity in children was strong, enhanced by those very "fifty" vaccinations. And now they started to refuse en masse and away we go ...
      3. Yuyuka
        Yuyuka 11 June 2016 23: 15
        +2
        And how not to be happy? Mom, dad at work, means wealth. If busy, then grandparents are.

        Now mothers and fathers do not crawl out of any part-time jobs, grandparents also do not sit back ... children on their own, not all, but many of the acquaintances live like that - constant stress from fear of losing a job or God forbid to get sick! Weekends and holidays in the USSR were! and now this is rare luck ... hi
    6. Finches
      Finches 11 June 2016 13: 05
      +19
      Children, they are children! But the country, and the time was different ... I now celebrate holidays like Pioneer Day and Komsomol Day, paying tribute that my childhood and youth passed in the USSR and whatever those fucking liberals - it was a good time!
      1. techie
        techie 11 June 2016 13: 50
        +12
        We are fortunate that our childhood and youth ended before the cynics bought freedom from young people in return for rollers, mobile phones, a factory of stars and cool crackers ...

        I felt very nostalgic. Well, yes, I am one of "these" children of the USSR. Everything is written correctly, it is a pity for today's youth, they are robbed ..
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    7. EvgNik
      EvgNik 11 June 2016 14: 36
      +9
      My dear, I read it a little differently - not all children in the USSR were happy. No, they were happy, but differently. For example, I have never been to the camp, and I do not regret it. Every summer we were in the woods or at our grandmother's. What is one and the same. But the grandson told me that he has his own bed, and he does not want to sleep on the other. Like this. And we slept on the floor, without any cribs. And that was normal.
      1. Lt. Air Force stock
        Lt. Air Force stock 11 June 2016 14: 56
        +1
        Quote: EvgNik
        For example, I have never been to the camp, and I do not regret it.

        There are also the so-called school camps, how can you rest and improve your health there?
        It turns out that you should be in the walls of the school 365 days a year, also during the holidays. I am already silent about the school summer practice of working as a janitor, it is better to help grandmother and grandfather in the village or in the country than to sweep the school grounds.
        I remember in the fall and spring they were removed from classes and conducted at the OPT (socially useful work), it was also cleaning the territory, there were garages next to the school fence and it was necessary to collect foliage with hands in mittens, put them on a stretcher and take them away, and then there were needles and syringes and rusty cans and broken glass ...
        True, this is Russia 1998-2008 years of school.
        1. EvgNik
          EvgNik 11 June 2016 17: 39
          +9
          Quote: Lt. air force reserve
          True, this is Russia 1998-2008 years of school.

          Well, that’s it. I have an 1955-1966 school. Not the worst years. For me, as a last resort.
          1. weksha50
            weksha50 11 June 2016 20: 20
            +1
            Quote: EvgNik
            Well, that’s it. I have a school 1955-1966. Not the worst years.



            The golden years ... well, compared to the later ones, they are somewhat poor, but the golden ones ...
          2. aleks700
            aleks700 12 June 2016 05: 44
            0
            Quote: Lt. Air Force stock
            True, this is Russia 1998-2008 years of school.
            Well, that’s it. I have an 1955-1966 school. Not the worst years. For me, as a last resort.
            The bottom line is that those who raised patriots and versatile people brought up those who leave syringes, beer cans, etc. Of course not always, but ...
        2. Captain45
          Captain45 11 June 2016 23: 44
          +2
          Quote: Lt. air force reserve
          I remember in the fall and spring they were removed from classes and conducted at the OPT (socially useful work), it was also cleaning the territory, there were garages next to the school fence and it was necessary to collect foliage with hands in mittens, put them on a stretcher and take them away,

          And from the 3rd grade we worked on the school site, dug up flower beds, and from the 5th grade weeding or harvesting vegetables on a suburban state farm And nothing, from 9 am to XNUMX pm, milk will be brought to the field with fresh bread, or tomatoes - You will crack cucumbers, and even grab a kilogram of cucumbers with you and no one scolded for it. Then to the ditch or to the river. During the summer, like a black man in the fresh air and no one got sick, did not die, but they got used to working in a team. They didn’t have time to weed the bed or to collect the norm of cucumbers with all the gamuz, and no one bothered any "nerds".
      2. Vasilenko Vladimir
        Vasilenko Vladimir 11 June 2016 17: 59
        +2
        Quote: EvgNik
        And we slept on the floor, without any cribs.

        it was generally high, such as a hiking option
    8. sherp2015
      sherp2015 11 June 2016 17: 24
      +5
      Quote: avvg
      I look at the photos, and there are only tears in my eyes. In the USSR it is real, all the children were happy.


      N-yes ... You will not say anything.

      "why were the children of the USSR different?" ...
      But because the country was different
      1. Basarev
        Basarev 12 June 2016 14: 31
        +1
        The main reason for the happiness of Soviet childhood is permissiveness and lack of control. The foremen looked through the fingers at the thefts of carbide from construction sites, and thanks to rare phones, no one could call their parents and tell about the eccentricities of the child. Therefore, they walked as far away from the house as nobody knows you and therefore you can play tricks anyhow. And if you have been noticed and are trying to stop your lousiness, you’ll immediately go to your area, where you can hang noodles that the child is offended. And, most importantly, they believed, because their own.
    9. gav6757
      gav6757 12 June 2016 22: 16
      0
      Ready to subscribe to every word !!!
  2. ALABAY45
    ALABAY45 11 June 2016 12: 28
    +12
    Chewed tar
    1. BARKAS
      BARKAS 11 June 2016 12: 35
      +5
      Quote: ALABAY45
      Chewed tar

      Yes, it was just a matter of at least explaining to people that it’s something laughing
      1. ALABAY45
        ALABAY45 11 June 2016 12: 54
        +19
        I didn't have time to explain! It was, such, a kind of chewing gum (birch tar, grows in Russia)! And, also, we licked the ass of ants (sour ones), looked for five petals for lilacs (for luck), fired from a slingshot, made "bombs" from cement, "smoke" from balls for table tennis and combs, satisfied and tired we returned home and staring three black-and-white channels on "Ruby" ... crying
        1. marl
          marl 11 June 2016 15: 01
          +9
          Quote: ALABAY45
          Chewed tar

          They chewed the resin of Siberian larch; in Siberia it was called sulfur.
          And we also chewed on var, also some kind of resin, but it is used for industrial purposes. Black, thick such ... nothing, it seems alive so far ...
          1. atalef
            atalef 11 June 2016 15: 04
            +9
            Quote: marna
            And we also chewed on var, also some kind of resin, but it is used for industrial purposes. Black, so thick ...

            tar good
            1. en 45
              en 45 11 June 2016 21: 48
              +2
              Parents said that it was better not to chew tar, because dead mice were added to it, but they chewed anyway, it was called "black gum"
        2. Winnie76
          Winnie76 11 June 2016 16: 03
          +7
          Quote: ALABAY45
          searched for five petals on a lilac (for good luck),

          And I'm actually looking now, when no one sees wink
          1. en 45
            en 45 11 June 2016 21: 49
            +2
            and when they found, they would definitely eat
        3. Vasilenko Vladimir
          Vasilenko Vladimir 11 June 2016 18: 01
          +2
          Quote: ALABAY45
          And yet, we licked the ass of ants

          musicians tied to a thread by a leg
        4. weksha50
          weksha50 11 June 2016 20: 24
          +6
          Quote: ALABAY45
          and looked at three black and white channels on Rubin ..



          And our neighbors took out their KVN with an aquarium lens, dragged an extension cord, and was going to watch half a street ... Everything in a row ...

          Rubies - it was already later and cool ...
        5. en 45
          en 45 11 June 2016 21: 46
          +7
          And also, when the TV broke down, it was possible to rent another one until yours
    2. Barakuda
      Barakuda 11 June 2016 12: 42
      +15
      Not tar, but tar, and from trees too.
    3. Mordvin 3
      Mordvin 3 11 June 2016 12: 47
      +17
      Quote: ALABAY45
      Chewed tar

      And the cherry resin. And what is bad?
      1. Cat man null
        Cat man null 11 June 2016 12: 55
        +9
        Quote: Mordvin 3
        And the cherry resin. And what is bad?

        - and pine, for lack of cherries within reach
    4. RPG_
      RPG_ 11 June 2016 12: 47
      +24
      Actually, we chewed not tar, but tar!
      1. opus
        11 June 2016 13: 06
        +12
        Quote: RPG_
        not tar, but tar!

        at a construction site they were tying it, or when dad and friends built garages for themselves (tar boxes and roofs were coated with tar)
        Right?
        black pieces with an interesting chip.
        1. ALABAY45
          ALABAY45 11 June 2016 13: 09
          +11
          Tar for urban, tar for villagers! wink
          1. opus
            11 June 2016 13: 15
            +8
            Quote: ALABAY45
            , tar for the villagers

            Sergey- you only specify Birch tar (a remedy among other things)

            otherwise people will not understand.
            And yet (maybe someone does not know)
            NEVER do barbecue on charcoal birch wood.
            You get a barbecue with tar, burned, very harmful.
            Better pine / spruce, in extreme cases.
            But the most buzz: boughs, firewood: cherry, plum, apple tree, lilac, grapes
            1. ALABAY45
              ALABAY45 11 June 2016 13: 33
              +5
              Better pine / spruce ....
              Better, immediately, carefully crush rosin 1 kg (depending on the weight of the kebab) on pork meat ...! recourse
            2. seregatara1969
              seregatara1969 11 June 2016 13: 51
              0
              and how do they get tar? And where does birch charcoal come from?
              1. opus
                11 June 2016 14: 14
                +5
                Quote: seregatara1969
                but how do they get tar?


                BAR turns out also from solid and liquid fuels: coal and lignite, shale, peat, oil. These products are bitumen or pitch



                result

                This is the same BAR

                Quote: seregatara1969
                and where does it come from birch charcoal?

                your question contains the answer.
                But the kebabs on it are slag!
                Only firewood! Coals are a way to a rubber woman. And oncology
                For barbecue, it is necessary to use only hardwood firewood:
                Quote: opus
                branches, firewood: cherry, plum, apple tree, lilac, grape

                alder, well, willow n end, oak, linden.
                Enough for a year of pruning: plums, mountain ash, apple trees, cherries, grapes.

                And do not use God for the sake of kindling barbecue.
                Unless, of course, skiing (products of its burning, thermal decomposition) / paraffin is not required by your body for life
                1. aksakal
                  aksakal 11 June 2016 19: 32
                  +1
                  Quote: opus
                  And do not use God for the sake of kindling barbecue.
                  Unless, of course, skiing (products of its burning, thermal decomposition) / paraffin is not required by your body for life

                  - there is nothing better than saxaul, I recommend
                  1. opus
                    12 June 2016 02: 39
                    +4
                    Quote: aksakal
                    - there is nothing better than saxaul, I recommend

                    Ha...
                    Not far from the Turatam railway station (by bus through the checkpoint), then from Leninsk to the platform by a motor carrier (with compartment cars) we tried your saksul: a cool thing.
                    But where am I darling him sweet in the flax. (we freeze the fir).

                    How do you have it there? Are you preparing Baikonur to the place of pilgrimage of tourists?
                    crying
                    -------------------------
                    In Alma-Ata, the barbecue was cool in 1987, you can see on saxaul ...
                    1. aksakal
                      aksakal 12 June 2016 23: 54
                      0
                      Quote: opus
                      In Alma-Ata, the barbecue was cool in 1987, you can see on saxaul ...

                      - they are now on saxaul
                      Quote: opus
                      How do you have it there? Are you preparing Baikonur to the place of pilgrimage of tourists?

                      - do not know
        2. PHANTOM-AS
          PHANTOM-AS 12 June 2016 01: 03
          +4
          I also remembered that they made kites from gratings and parchment paper with long tails, each kite was inscribed. And the parents looked and cheered for us.
          I also remembered frogs and straws repeat
          Toys were still like that

          [img] http://forums-su.com/download/file.php?id=2275716&mode=view/0 483.jpg [/ img]
          1. opus
            12 June 2016 02: 43
            +5
            Quote: PHANTOM-AS
            Toys were still like that

            or anything, there was ...... trouble was in the family: fire.
            everything burned out, acre of debt.
            Good people helped to pay off the debts (up to 90x it was a matter of a little crumpled)

            And I had a big tank, on tracks with a remote control ... on a wire

            (similar but more beautiful)



            but you can step on the rake to stupor ... many times
            -------------------------------------------------- -

            remake pah-weakness
          2. ple
            ple 13 June 2016 19: 17
            0
            I had such a tank ... nostalgia ...
      2. zadorin1974
        zadorin1974 11 June 2016 13: 30
        +18
        RPG_! There is a modern joke on this subject, a 7-year-old daughter approaches her parents and asks, “Is it true that you chewed tar in your childhood?” “Truth, daughter, where did you get it?” Well, at a construction site or on the side of the road. moves away from his parents, raising his eyes to the sky, he says softly, “And these people make me wash my hands!”
        But in fact, I had a very happy childhood - every summer I was sent to a sports camp (I was engaged in skiing and judo), where there were only pupils of the sections, we did not have any sons. Charges, cross-country courses, classes in their fields and no one I’ve downloaded it, and at night I went to smear it and do all kinds of nasty things (stick shoes on the floor, tie laces around the whole detachment, unscrew the door handles, etc.). And I can give some foreign saboteurs some head start on pyrotechnics, ignitions, scarecrows and gunshots now. .
        1. Mordvin 3
          Mordvin 3 11 June 2016 13: 39
          +5
          Quote: zadorin1974
          And about the pyrotechnics

          In a matchbox potassium permanganate fleece with ski. So? fellow
          1. Cat man null
            Cat man null 11 June 2016 13: 48
            +3
            Quote: mordvin xnumx
            Quote: zadorin1974
            And about the pyrotechnics

            In a matchbox potassium permanganate fleece with ski. So? fellow

            - crystalline iodine - to ammonia (concentrated) - pull out - dry on a piece of paper
            - neatly lay out on the floor near the blackboard in the classroom repeat

            PS: as well as:

            - acetone peroxide
            - a pinch in the palm of your hand, bring a match
            - A TORCH of fire, and the palm of your hand like new .. burns very quickly because yes

            By the way, if you heat not with open fire, but slowly, this rubbish explodes belay
            1. Mordvin 3
              Mordvin 3 11 June 2016 13: 55
              +4
              Quote: Cat Man Null
              - crystalline iodine - to ammonia (concentrated) - pull out - dry on a piece of paper

              And if it's easier - with ammonium nitrate, you impregnate the newspaper and dry it. Huh?
              1. Cat man null
                Cat man null 11 June 2016 14: 18
                +5
                Quote: mordvin xnumx
                Quote: Cat Man Null
                - crystalline iodine - to ammonia (concentrated) - pull out - dry on a piece of paper

                And if it's easier - with ammonium nitrate, you impregnate the newspaper and dry it. Huh?

                Specifically, we did not indulge in this. But I had:

                - construction nearby, long-playing. The basements of nine-story buildings were erected, and they were abandoned for ten years .. the amount of pleasure is clear, I hope laughing
                - the landfill is nearby. There, until the 67th, they threw bombs, military ones .. our glasses flew out from time to time. After they stopped, but - a lot of interesting things remained there
                - there were also dug out shells from the ZU-shki, they were called "carrots" (the warehouse was once blown up, it seems, but bad ... there were no cartridges at all, but the shells survived)
                - there were lovers to unscrew them and get the stuffing (I didn’t do this!), until one of these fingers was torn off (lucky for the fool!). After that, the number of lovers decreased sharply
                - Dad and mother Khimfak MSU graduated, and worked on this profile. Hence, iodide nitrogen, and acetone peroxide, and many more different lotions
                - I’m not talking about climbing trees - for everyone, about 10 meters by a birch, you climb onto the top of your head and swing

                Yes ... it was fun ... yes
                1. Mordvin 3
                  Mordvin 3 11 June 2016 14: 30
                  +9
                  Quote: Cat Man Null
                  .. the amount of pleasure is clear, I hope

                  Very much.
                  Quote: Cat Man Null
                  each on a birch, meters 10, climb on top of the head and swing

                  We set up towers on poplars, with bungees, and then shot girls from the guns at the asses. Well, they got away.
                  1. Cat man null
                    Cat man null 11 June 2016 14: 59
                    +4
                    Quote: Mordvin 3
                    We set up towers on poplars, with bungees, and then shot girls from the guns at the asses. Well fleeing

                    - from poplars ??? belay
                    - damn, it’s uncomfortable laughing

                    "From self-arrows" - we had "wind pipes" in fashion, just under the mountain ash .. thing!

                    Another class in the seventh-eighth, there was a game (summer, vacation with boobies):

                    - bike, slingshot, full pockets of green rose hips
                    - 2 teams, one drives the other
                    - shooting from a slingshot at once at the "enemy"
                    - roads, as such, no, primer (in places)
                    - God forbid, the sand will fall under the wheel when you shoot (you don’t hold the steering wheel) - you fly like that dog rose from a slingshot laughing
                    1. Winnie76
                      Winnie76 11 June 2016 16: 12
                      +3
                      I remember the wind pipes, spray guns in the garages too. The best sprayers were from Krya-Krya shampoo. The lid is pierced by a hot nail, the front of the handle is inserted. Disposable syringes were stolen at Medpolymer. I remember paper cars blowing on them on the windowsill. Tanks shooting sulfur from matches. The square was constantly cut.
                      1. Vasilenko Vladimir
                        Vasilenko Vladimir 11 June 2016 18: 05
                        0
                        Quote: Winnie76
                        The best sprayers were from Krya-Krya shampoo

                        garbage, from under talc, there was already a hole there
                    2. Mordvin 3
                      Mordvin 3 11 June 2016 18: 02
                      +3
                      Quote: Cat Man Null
                      - from poplars ???

                      Exactly. We had such, stood at the crossroads.
                      Quote: Cat Man Null
                      we had "wind pipes" in vogue, just under the mountain ash .. thing!

                      We had gunshots under green cherries, that’s it.
                      And from the slingshots we were hammering on lanterns, and very successfully, I will tell you. fellow
                  2. ALABAY45
                    ALABAY45 11 June 2016 15: 44
                    +3
                    Oh, where, now, these girls with wounds on their asses, from youthful gunshots ... Grown up, go, and the wounds healed ... recourse
                    1. begemot20091
                      begemot20091 11 June 2016 18: 02
                      +2
                      And in the shade the snow lies like a mountain
                      It’s as if snow is not involved in spring.
                      There is a janitor and frozen February
                      Pricks scrap into small parts.

                      In the courtyards you can’t see the land,
                      Puddles - by the sea, asphalt - by the isthmus.
                      And ships sail in those seas
                      With sails in an oblique ruler.

                      Hello, hello my sretensky yard!
                      I recall through the memory of the dunes:
                      Here stands, propping up the fence,
                      Late youth for the war.

                      Here is a vest - it’s white from washing,
                      Here is the boot - it is accordion, kicked -
                      That was such in those years
                      Uniforms of Moscow suburbs.

                      We children knew a lot
                      Beat the enemies-speculators together
                      And rushed through the courtyards
                      On a short cry: "Atanda!"

                      Who were we? Shpana not a shit,
                      Fatherless from the humpbacked streets,
                      Where, like fish, surfaced from the bottom
                      Silver balloons.

                      I saw the hustle and bustle
                      I heard foreign coasts.
                      I swim into my sretensky courtyard
                      Like in the port from which he left.

                      But my holds are empty, in the dust
                      Only hope - and those for a penny ...
                      Ah, would you return those ships to me
                      With sails in a slanting ruler!

                      1970
                      Yuri Vizbor
                2. Vasilenko Vladimir
                  Vasilenko Vladimir 11 June 2016 18: 04
                  +2
                  Quote: Cat Man Null
                  Hence, nitrogen iodide and acetone peroxide

                  comrades calm down, otherwise the FSB will be interested in the site
                  1. Cat man null
                    Cat man null 11 June 2016 20: 09
                    +2
                    Quote: Vasilenko Vladimir
                    Quote: Cat Man Null
                    Hence, nitrogen iodide and acetone peroxide

                    comrades calm down, otherwise the FSB will be interested in the site

                    Too late to rush around ... it was in 1979, the FSB wasn’t in the draft then either ... and our innocent jokes never bothered the then Security request

                    Children of chemists ... we just could not chemize laughing
                    1. opus
                      12 June 2016 02: 53
                      +5
                      Quote: Cat Man Null
                      Children of chemists

                      Novel ... you have to be careful in expressions.
                      Young people will not "reach"
                      But old people may think that your parents were "on chemistry":

                      In the jargon of the USSR, “chemistry” (the official name is the construction of the national economy) became so called because that the convicts worked in hazardous work.
                      1. Cat man null
                        Cat man null 12 June 2016 10: 24
                        +2
                        Quote: opus
                        In the jargon of the USSR, “chemistry” (the official name is the construction of the national economy) became so called because the convicts worked in harmful production

                        Quote: opus
                        need to be careful in expressions

                        Quote: opus
                        may think that your parents were "on chemistry"

                        - I know and this meaning of the word, too yes
                        - I, in general, exactly - who is there and what will think. "Everyone understands to the extent of his depravity" fellow

                        Quote: Joke on the topic
                        There is a competition ... for the most indifferent attitude to everything wink
                        A certain man wins the competition, a reporter approaches him and begins to interview him:

                        - Sir, you won the competition ...
                        - I don’t care!
                        - But, sir ... an international competition, high competition ...
                        - I don’t care!
                        - Sir ... You won the contest, you were awarded a cash prize ...
                        - I don’t care!
                        “Sir ... is the prize big?”
                        - Yes it's big.
                        - And I thought - I do not care ...
                        - I don’t care, that You thought!

                        That's something like request
                    2. Vasilenko Vladimir
                      Vasilenko Vladimir 12 June 2016 07: 11
                      0
                      Quote: Cat Man Null
                      and the then Security, our innocent jokes never bothered

                      and the cops came request
              2. armata37
                armata37 11 June 2016 14: 51
                0
                You set fire to this paper in a plastic bottle, close the lid and throw it away from yourself) there will be women
                1. VALERIK_097
                  VALERIK_097 11 June 2016 15: 09
                  0
                  Then there were no plastic bottles ((((
                  1. PHANTOM-AS
                    PHANTOM-AS 11 June 2016 17: 20
                    +2
                    They did it like that, you set fire to the "smoke" the plastic was like that, you put it in a bottle, screw the lid on, brush it and wait for broads)))
                    1. tundra
                      tundra 12 June 2016 01: 45
                      +2
                      and the basics of jet propulsion were studied like this
                      family toothpaste was taken, then tubes for her
                      made of thin foil, it was unwrapped with paste, the resulting body was removed, filled with smoke plastic mass, wrapped, the nose was cut off.
                      They set fire and voila who didn’t hide, it’s not my fault.
              3. aksakal
                aksakal 11 June 2016 19: 38
                +2
                Quote: Mordvin 3
                And if it's easier - with ammonium nitrate, you impregnate the newspaper and dry it. Huh?

                - And if it’s even simpler - you process magnesium with a file, you get a bunch of magnesium sawdust, mix one to one with potassium permanganate - normal, God damn it!
            2. zadorin1974
              zadorin1974 11 June 2016 14: 05
              +5
              We had a defense close by (Votkinsk Machine-Building Plant). Magnesium was content (grate with a file, mix with manganese yes) Sodium nitrate in any household (though parents used to tear an iron for an iron) Only priceless steel tubes were used for scarecrows and ignitions (after several breaks, my father taught me how to distinguish from seamless) Carbite was not used, it was in abundance, but not interesting, not stable ( It’s difficult to calculate the moment.) Still loved to creak in the evenings wassat(thread, pin, rosin), learned to run the Brazilian system!
              1. ALABAY45
                ALABAY45 11 June 2016 15: 56
                +7
                "... not stable (it is difficult to calculate the moment) ..."
                Not difficult! hi A piece of felt, in the shape of a wad, is lubricated with vegetable oil on one side (adjacent to the carbide), and a piece of ice from the ice cassette of the "Polyus" refrigerator into the cork ... Detonator-retarder! Damn, what am I talking about ?! Like a child...!
            3. weksha50
              weksha50 11 June 2016 20: 36
              +2
              Quote: Cat Man Null
              By the way, if you heat not with open fire, but slowly, this rubbish explodes


              Mordvin:
              "In a matchbox potassium permanganate fleece with ski. So?"

              And does this people want to win ???

              PS They forgot about dural powder dust ... A file in the hands - and go ... Well, then - and manganese can be added ...
          2. Idiot
            Idiot 11 June 2016 14: 08
            +7
            Magnesium powder + manganese, mixed. All this is tightly pulled by thick paper and electrical tape, leaving a hole for the fuse (a few matches). We light it and throw it ... Or a building minnow, silverfish + 2 round pebbles (preferably sea ones). Tugged by black tape and rushes into something capital ... And you can also use the elbow from the water pipe as a bomb body. But then the main thing is to move away.
            1. zadorin1974
              zadorin1974 11 June 2016 14: 19
              +3
              The children are boring now. He made his dummies trigger ignition, gave a can of gunpowder and capsules twice and thundered and threw it. At the games (we indulge in air strike) made smoke and bombs with a grater, they say the store is better- crying Where are we going?
              1. aksakal
                aksakal 11 June 2016 22: 16
                +1
                Quote: zadorin1974
                On the game (we indulge in strike) I made smoke and bombs with a grater, they say the store is better- crying Where are we going?

                - I did air to my son, everything, like in childhood, a piston, a copper tube, an aluminum tube from a folding bed, a wooden butt, a medical tourniquet ... Now all this is not a problem, do it - I don’t want to. And in my time, go get a copper pipe! Or there has never been a tourniquet in a pharmacy - go get it too!
                And the son played for two days and abandoned, again sat down for the iPad ...
                Quote: zadorin1974
                do we roll?

                Yes, hell knows ... Where the thread yes, we roll laughing
            2. ALABAY45
              ALABAY45 11 June 2016 14: 25
              +1
              Sulfur - forgot! belay Well, how so ?! Where does childhood go, what times ...
              1. Mordvin 3
                Mordvin 3 11 June 2016 14: 38
                +5
                Quote: ALABAY45
                Sulfur - forgot! belay Well, how so ?! Where does childhood go, what times ...

                Nifiga not forgotten. It was possible to spend the boxes on a babahalka with electrical tape, several matches for two bolts with a nut, and packaging left for the can from a siphon.
                1. ALABAY45
                  ALABAY45 11 June 2016 14: 51
                  +2
                  I, really, about gray-yellow and smelly crap! In my childhood, in Kurgan, at defense plants, except that plutonium could not be found ... Sulfur gave steady burning and time to squeak from the place of laying (launch) ....
      3. figwam
        figwam 11 June 2016 13: 39
        +3
        Yes! in fact, we chewed tar, and in spring or summer, tar of trees.
        1. ruskih
          ruskih 11 June 2016 14: 28
          +7
          And in our north it was called pitch. And in the summer, in the village near Voronezh, the cherry tar went off with a bang. And what apples and watermelons do the neighbors have? Moreover, they themselves took part in this. Our garden also did not pass by.
          Yes, and for good "bachs" in the school cafeteria, no one called terrorists, the maximum was bad for their behavior and parents to the director, but after all, no one handed over the inventor, so it somehow carried.
          Many thanks to the author for the positive memories! love
    5. EvgNik
      EvgNik 11 June 2016 17: 44
      0
      Quote: ALABAY45
      Chewed tar

      NOT. Don’t chew. They chewed tar, and ate chewed tar, which is more beneficial for teeth than state-Polish rubbish.
    6. weksha50
      weksha50 11 June 2016 20: 23
      0
      Quote: ALABAY45
      Chewed tar



      And the resin, especially with cherries and apricot ...
      And they chewed natural black tar, and ate chalk ... Why? But the devil knows ... But it seemed to be delicious ...
  3. cap
    cap 11 June 2016 12: 29
    +26
    I remembered a happy childhood!
    Many thanks to the author. Health and good luck in life.
    For the foregoing drinks
    1. begemot20091
      begemot20091 11 June 2016 18: 11
      +3
      and out of these boys grew up ...
      here they are students, future professors and academicians (and in this video there are at least a dozen of them)
  4. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 11 June 2016 12: 29
    +5
    So life was different, hence wonderful children.
    1. Imperialkolorad
      Imperialkolorad 11 June 2016 12: 38
      +21
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      So life was different, hence wonderful children.

      Only I can not understand how from these children, including bandits with all sorts of chaos, that appeared in the 90s. After all, they all came out of the pioneers. Something went wrong?
      1. Hon
        Hon 11 June 2016 12: 50
        +6
        But like this. People were raised on ideology, and then they cheerfully applauded the collapse of the Union, received the opposite effect
      2. Mavrikiy
        Mavrikiy 11 June 2016 13: 14
        +2
        Quote: ImperialKolorad
        Quote: Mavrikiy
        So life was different, hence wonderful children.

        Only I can not understand how from these children, including bandits with all sorts of chaos, that appeared in the 90s. After all, they all came out of the pioneers. Something went wrong?

        You can’t understand, so do your best, try hard. Look around. Think again.
        They closed the plant, no work. Those who are used to working those to the bottle. Those who didn’t have time to get involved, but in addition to politics, there’s a solid kreminal and a beautiful life.
        By the way, these pioneers from the 9th floor with children were thrown out, poisoned with gas, cut their veins, or is this somehow not in the concept?
  5. razmik72
    razmik72 11 June 2016 12: 34
    +28
    There was a circle of young technicians in our town, I signed up there and we built small rockets and went to competitions in different cities of the Union, once I was in Moscow. We traveled at the expense of the state, my parents did not buy plane tickets and stayed in hotels at the state expense . Only now I understand that in such a tricky way the USSR trained personnel for space.
  6. Dmitry Potapov
    Dmitry Potapov 11 June 2016 12: 34
    +29
    If the author wanted to touch me, then he did it! Not everyone understands the search for waste paper and scrap after lessons, the game "Zarnitsa", soda for 3 kopecks, ice cream for 20, admission to the "october" and the pioneers, neighbor's apples, lemonade with a roll and much, much more!
    1. opus
      11 June 2016 13: 30
      +8
      Quote: Dmitry Potapov
      If the author wanted to touch me then he did it!

      not.
      I wanted to remind you
      And so I WANTED MY CHILDREN (YOUR /OUR) READ / UNDERSTAND / THOUGHT TURNED OFF iPADA
    2. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 11 June 2016 13: 31
      +5
      Quote: Dmitry Potapov
      If the author wanted to touch me, then he did it! Not everyone understands the search for waste paper and scrap after lessons, the game "Zarnitsa", soda for 3 kopecks, ice cream for 20, admission to the "october" and the pioneers, neighbor's apples, lemonade with a roll and much, much more!

      Yes, this is the whole trick. Soda, ice cream, "cocoa + sugar" cube, I don't remember, probably 20 kopecks, it was all a reward! They weren't in the refrigerator, they had to be earned by good behavior. Now these are gray everyday life, hence the attitude, however, the quality also gives its shade. GOST it and GOST in Africa (and not the implementation of GOST is prosecuted, prosecuted by law).
      So go explain what soda with double syrup is.
      (What standards we were forced to accept, we drink, we live so much)
    3. figwam
      figwam 11 June 2016 13: 43
      +8
      Quote: Dmitry Potapov
      If the author wanted to touch me, then he did it! Not everyone understands the search for waste paper and scrap after lessons, the game "Zarnitsa", soda for 3 kopecks, ice cream for 20, admission to the "october" and the pioneers, neighbor's apples, lemonade with a roll and much, much more!

      You know everything about my childhood! and sometimes we searched and handed over bottles.
    4. VALERIK_097
      VALERIK_097 11 June 2016 15: 18
      +4
      And I believe that the buns for 3 pennies in the school canteen were the most delicious)))
  7. andr327
    andr327 11 June 2016 12: 34
    +6
    We were ourselves, and we had responsibility for our actions. You decided everything yourself.
    Golden times!
    I don’t remember something about tar. If something is wrong, take offense first of all on yourself: I could not, I could not, I did not overcome ...
  8. olegfbi
    olegfbi 11 June 2016 12: 34
    +15
    YES!!!
    It was so! Nostalgia, GOOD !!!
    On the topic of VO, I especially liked this:
    Our actions were our own. We were ready for the consequences. Hiding was not for anyone. The concept that you can pay off the cops or retreat from the army, almost did not exist. Parents of those years usually took the side of the law, can you imagine !?
  9. Tusv
    Tusv 11 June 2016 12: 35
    +17
    Anton! Thank you for immersing us in the memory of our happy childhood. Actually, it was a happy time. Alas, we were allowed, for no reason let our children.
    1. opus
      11 June 2016 12: 51
      +19
      Quote: Tusv
      Alas, we were allowed, for no reason let our children.

      pozhta, it penetrated (but 90% of the words are not mine, I indicated)
      And the children, yes ...
      I'm trying to fight, my wife does not.
      It will freeze, go cold, saw off hands with a saw, break a finger with a nail ...
      And if the older (girl) can: paint, mow the grass, assemble the furniture, drill a hole, screw a screw, hammer a nail, fish, light a fire in the forest, spend 2 hours in the open sea water over the reef, scuba dive and crash up, collect any IKEA furniture (one) from 20 m, shoot with firearms, give an okhalnik to the ear ....
      That junior ....
      Junior: y-tube, Metro200 *, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive - Download ... play simultaneously (even in WC) IPhone, iPad, PC.
      And a nail, a screw, to kindle a fire ....... this is a stupor
      I am ashamed and scared.
      Threat recently press: about a nuclear war and how to survive, I explain, you will not survive, not knowing anything in civilian life ..
      It seems that instinct (life) begins to vent the brain

      but "we will not allow".
      Tell me, did you hear the words "allergy" as a child?
      How many classmates in your class in the spring (pollen, birch, lilac, bird cherry, poplar, dandelions) did not attend school?
      I have ZERO.
      My son has up to 60% !!!!
      1. Tusv
        Tusv 11 June 2016 13: 05
        +8
        Quote: opus
        Tell me, did you hear the words "allergy" as a child?
        How many classmates in your class in the spring (pollen, birch, lilac, bird cherry, poplar, dandelions) did not attend school?

        Why are you, we didn’t even have the notorious flu, only acute respiratory infections. And on bird cherry ... This is so yummy
        But the allergy indirectly remained. We gave mom a bunch of perfumes, my sister and I washed the windows. The scum. Since then I can’t stand the perfume.
        1. opus
          11 June 2016 13: 18
          +8
          Quote: Tusv
          But the allergy indirectly remained

          from 7 class to 33 years of age, did not digest buckwheat porridge. brrr.
          Mom overfed.
          She has a complex with vitamins / fats / proteins.
          She was born in 7 days after the start of the Great War, Leningrad, famine ... in 5 years she could not stand up ...
          So I got buckwheat ....
          1. Tusv
            Tusv 11 June 2016 18: 56
            +1
            Quote: opus
            She was born in 7 days after the start of the Great War, Leningrad, famine ... in 5 years she could not stand up ...

            "There is no family in Russia where your hero would not be remembered" Write about this by 22, and now, with your light hand, I have already spent a thousand on calls. and I'm not sorry
      2. Lekov L
        Lekov L 11 June 2016 13: 31
        +26
        Good afternoon!
        Thank you for the article (I am not reading for the first time, but this is ours and never to anyone).
        Only in the article you do not have:
        - Promeru puddles (who has the boots above).
        - Ice skating in the spring in the near dirty pond (thank God the depth is only on the chest 12 summer).
        - Playing with each other in catch-up with the guard and his dogs at the nearest construction site.
        - Games in partisans (using home-made low-power VUs) in a military town against sentries and support - thanks to the guys that even we young partisan-idiots were not diligently "recognized" so the punishment was spread over a large number of boys and girls and it was not so "painful" ".
        - And about something even telling is somewhat awkward in terms of life safety! repeat
        And they are alive belay
        And there were allergies (we are in a class with two girls),
        but tears, snot wiped and ran on. crying
        Even parents did not know such words.

        Sincerely ...
        1. opus
          11 June 2016 13: 58
          +10
          Quote: Lekov L
          Only in the article you do not have:
          wink
          Everything will not fit (the format is limited), the memory fails, Natalia ( hi ) I am sorry for the corrector / editor (with my literacy), and so:
          - yard cat, twine cans = 1 / 2 days in a thief mess and boiling.
          -drink the cat with valerian to stupor and send it into the light
          - climb over the fence where the neighbor’s bull is grazed (eyes are so kind), in a red shirt, tease, imagine bullfighting, get a horn in the ass, then feed him bread with a MUST with salt
          - tease geese / roosters = run away from them, be nipped, bite.
          - tie the younger brother with a rope, throw it over a tree branch, tie the other end to the goat, lash the goat with a twig, the brother flies up to "heaven", the goat gets a mycardic infarction "that's such a scar". Parents / neighbors are taking off from "heaven" (they did not know about the Ministry of Emergencies), get a belt
          - after watching a film about bonivur, to draw the younger brothers to the horizontal bar (by the hand) (Bonivur stood up, and you’re suffocated?), try to remove (when it’s not a joke), failure, get scared, set up a stool, wait for parents, get a belt
          - an elastic band, a pulka made of paper, a thumb and forefinger, and according to the girl who goes to the board
          - potassium permanganate and aluminum (preferably magnesium) shavings - an excellent explosive package
          - cut the pipe, unripe mountain ash, bullet passers-by (preferably get into a bald spot)
          - walking along the end of the wall of the foundation of the house under construction (the foundation pit is filled with water) = my leg is broken, 7 of joints, a crack in the lower leg, kind people were caught from the water so many times (2,4 m depth), kind people were flogged (and right), parents added
          - jump from the dam of the longitudinal flow separator (gateway / drain) to the hydroelectric power station, to weak (8 or 12м), police, flogged
          -dive in the place where you can’t dive, on weak = spread of arms in the elbow joint (6 sutures)
          rafts in the nearest pond / swamp
          -snow houses in trenches (there were still those winters)
          - pinch (crush) a finger in the door of an uncle ZIL, drop a moped of an older brother / neighbor, tear apart all legs, dislocate a hand, finger = well, do not hold such a weight, but a hotz
          -Ride on a bike without holding the wheel (from 7 years) according to DOP, be caught by the traffic police and beaten up by parents.
          -DUP (squad of young arsonists firefighters)
          .

          I won’t remember everything crying
          1. Lekov L
            Lekov L 11 June 2016 14: 18
            +5
            Everything, too, is why he didn’t write further, and the recipes are like, what, where it burns, smokes, stinks (!!!), takes off, falls, falls off, flies (where and who needs it), etc.
            It is impossible to write - it igilovtsy take note.
            But we know the fear of the enemy! wink And remember!
            Respectfully..
            1. opus
              11 June 2016 17: 36
              +6
              Quote: Lekov L
              It is impossible to write - it igilovtsy take note.

              Oleg ... Arab children in BB and ES know more than us, at times ..
              my Arab "friends" asked for help with the creation of a z-mixture (from household components) in order to seriously (to the liver) warm up the Israelis in their iron boxes.
              Denied:
              not ethical
              Jews are the same my friends
              -Arab will still mess up everything, they’ll hurt themselves more
              Quote: Lekov L
              But we know the fear of the enemy!

              we remember a lot of things and something we can do
              1. Lekov L
                Lekov L 11 June 2016 20: 41
                +3
                Oleg ... Arab children in BB and ES know more than us, at times ..

                Anton!
                Would know more - would not ask!
                Knowledge is superfluous. wink
                VV can and can (I was educated by the pros after school at me in Baumanka), and the AP nevertheless asked you.
                We have a better basic education (including that started in the yard laughing ), and they are jumping there in the desert, and only practice both from diesel and ..., well, you know, by boiling, even without normal nitration, someone should invent it.
                We have already nitrated in school wink
                Sorry colleagues.
                Report on the work I write occasionally distracted, repeat ashamed !.
                Guilty to pnd finish need.
                Hello...
                Until Monday, which began on Saturday.
                1. opus
                  12 June 2016 01: 08
                  +2
                  Quote: Lekov L
                  I write a report on the work occasionally distracted

                  To whom the report, and to whom the cameral from the tax ...
                  "Report - people live ...
                  But I'm already sick
          2. PHANTOM-AS
            PHANTOM-AS 11 June 2016 17: 57
            +3
            Quote: opus
            I won’t remember everything

            Anton, how are you still alive belay Japazzalom laughing

            In general, there is a saying: A man is a boy who accidentally survived! good

            I’ll add from myself, it was possible to play Chin Ha Chgu Ka on the gable roof of our four-story building, there were bows and self-arrows in service.
            It was also hard to put nails under the tram, you got knives, or put cartridges from construction pistols, capsules, and if you were lucky with small cartridges.
            You could ride the count
            base "(hitch) of trams, and jumping between stops was a special foppishness.
            In the biology cabinet, it was possible to catch all the colorful fish for a break and run about thirty newts there.
            You could also walk along the parapet of the outer wall of the school and look into the windows of other classes, ivy face on the glass and build faces.
            At Fizra, you could have a classmate yabidu rolled up in a mat and put on his head and accidentally forgot to build.
            It was also possible to get into physical education in the ski storage room and arrange races around the school in May.
            It was a magical childhood! laughing
            1. atalef
              atalef 11 June 2016 18: 17
              +4
              Quote: PHANTOM-AS
              Quote: opus
              I won’t remember everything

              Anton, how are you still alive belay Japazzalom laughing

              In general, there is a saying: A man is a boy who accidentally survived! good

              I’ll add from myself, it was possible to play Chin Ha Chgu Ka on the gable roof of our four-story building, there were bows and self-arrows in service.
              It was also hard to put nails under the tram, you got knives, or put cartridges from construction pistols, capsules, and if you were lucky with small cartridges.
              You could ride the count
              base "(hitch) of trams, and jumping between stops was a special foppishness.
              In the biology cabinet, it was possible to catch all the colorful fish for a break and run about thirty newts there.
              You could also walk along the parapet of the outer wall of the school and look into the windows of other classes, ivy face on the glass and build faces.
              At Fizra, you could have a classmate yabidu rolled up in a mat and put on his head and accidentally forgot to build.
              It was also possible to get into physical education in the ski storage room and arrange races around the school in May.
              It was a magical childhood! laughing

              And where is carbide, sodium from chem. Laboratories and smelting lead from batteries? good
              1. PHANTOM-AS
                PHANTOM-AS 11 June 2016 18: 22
                +4
                Quote: atalef
                And where is carbide, sodium from chem. Laboratories and smelting lead from batteries?

                Man, this was part of the compulsory program of events. laughing drinks
              2. opus
                11 June 2016 20: 36
                +2
                Quote: atalef
                And where is carbide, sodium from chem. Laboratories and smelting lead from batteries?

                Alexander? What is your vision?


                wink
                They wouldn’t let me into the laboratory at that age (carbide at the construction site), there were lead from the batteries, a hammer, anvil and a fire
            2. opus
              11 June 2016 20: 31
              +4
              Quote: PHANTOM-AS
              Anton, how are you still alive

              But the scars / wounds / stitches were very attracted to the women I was interested in (I didn't go to the pug, but my grandmother said: "don't strain your granddaughter ... don't drink water from your face")
              Remember which goat (FBI) Mel Gibson dragged into bed in Lethal Weapon 3?

              (no slicing), but I like this one


              Just like Gibson and I (thanks to wounds / scars / fracture / got my blonde. and satisfied already 23 of the year
              Quote: PHANTOM-AS
              It was also hard to put nails under the tram, it turned out knives

              When I got the valve from KRAZ at the factory, and then pinned it up to hook / sharpen, the police brought home and explained to parents about the article for the manufacture / storage of cold steel.
              Quote: PHANTOM-AS
              It was a magical childhood!

              + + + + +
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          3. Koshak
            Koshak 12 June 2016 18: 13
            0
            yes, men are surviving boys yes (a belated virtual minus for a cat, I hope you corrected it?)
  10. dmitriyruss
    dmitriyruss 11 June 2016 12: 35
    +4
    We will tell our children about our childhood as about living in some kind of distant parallel reality
  11. Andrey Sukharev
    Andrey Sukharev 11 June 2016 12: 35
    +4
    I had such a naval battle! The cool thing was!
  12. tundra
    tundra 11 June 2016 12: 35
    +10
    good good good good good And after all nonsense did not pester, The whole court gathered and enrolled in the hockey section, in the summer in volleyball, no one took the most interesting money for it. From the library, books were carried in bags. And they did everything in time, without mobile phones and met on time, they lived with their future wife in different parts of the region, always in time everywhere.
  13. Strashila
    Strashila 11 June 2016 12: 36
    +9
    And from Zhuvachka there was sulfur / resin, and for special extremes Black Donald from tar.
    1. Tusv
      Tusv 11 June 2016 12: 41
      +2
      Quote: Strashila
      And from Zhuvachka there was sulfur / resin, and for special extremes Black Donald from tar.

      Extremals are just behind the resin in the woods, and the sissies chewed black Donald laughing
      I will even say more. We were caught by the ZILs, who traveled for clay, so as not to bother ourselves with particular distances, and they drove us. Shalopai that with naz take. Parents sacredly believed that we would definitely return for dinner repeat
    2. opus
      11 June 2016 12: 56
      +11
      Quote: Strashila
      And from Zhuvachka there was sulfur / resin, and for special extremes Black Donald from tar.

      Yes exactly.
      still pine resin (they did something with it, I don’t remember)
      air bubble of dried fish, hold over a match and chew.
      I was lucky with the gum.
      From 4 to 6, my uncle's class of education was performing an international duty in Africa: which I didn’t send from buble gumА.
      Chewed by the whole class (they divided the plate ", cigarette" into parts).
      and chewing, they passed it to another to chew, and so many times.
      nor any aids, hepatitis-dysentery- I DO NOT REMEMBER
      1. Mordvin 3
        Mordvin 3 11 June 2016 13: 23
        +5
        Quote: opus
        Chewed by the whole class (they divided the plate ", cigarette" into parts).

        In Voentorg sold chewing gum for smoking. So we constantly bought it, although it was bitter, an infection. laughing
      2. PHANTOM-AS
        PHANTOM-AS 11 June 2016 18: 00
        +2
        Quote: opus
        I was lucky with the gum.
        From 4 to 6, my uncle's class of education was performing an international duty in Africa: which I didn’t send from buble gumА.

        My uncle served in Hungary when he came on vacation and brought in chewing gum. belay And the smell was what it was laughing
        1. opus
          11 June 2016 20: 40
          +2
          Quote: PHANTOM-AS
          My uncle served in Hungary

          I was cooler:
          They brought me a lot of things from the Indian Ocean, there have been shark teeth since then.
          and chewing was Italian (well, as a former colony)
  14. Andrey Sukharev
    Andrey Sukharev 11 June 2016 12: 38
    +10
    And school fought for school in a vacant lot ...
    1. Monos
      Monos 11 June 2016 12: 53
      +14
      Quote: Andrey Sukharev
      And school fought for school in a vacant lot ...


      Ha! "School for school". Do you want a district to a district in grades 3-5? With swords and real rebar spears. It was, it was. I remember, I fought with a guy a year older than me, and my father stood and watched until my grandmother came and dispersed us all. laughing
      In general: a bear grows out of a teddy bear and a hare grows out of a hare.
  15. Andrey Sukharev
    Andrey Sukharev 11 June 2016 12: 41
    +9
    Typically, our parents were not afraid to let go for a day. I’m starting to worry about a child now, if I’m late for school for half an hour without a call
    1. Barakuda
      Barakuda 11 June 2016 12: 52
      +7
      Well, yes, they were not afraid, but they were worried. I remember a pill hiding (3rd grade), when with a classmate after school we rushed to his father at the airport (fighter), and returned at 22-00. Our fathers were friends - they both received, a classmate already at the airport. smile
      1. RPG_
        RPG_ 11 June 2016 13: 59
        +9
        That's it. And they were worried and afraid, but there weren’t any cell phones and hell knows where to look for us. Well, the daily schedule for the summer holidays. He got up, washed, forced to have breakfast (because you still won’t appear before sunset), gave a lecture on what would you like to get for lunch, then you’ll get a belt, go for a walk, come back after sunset, get a belt, eat, wash and sleep.
    2. Mordvin 3
      Mordvin 3 11 June 2016 13: 01
      +7
      Quote: Andrey Sukharev
      Typically, our parents were not afraid to let go for a day

      I’ve been to Moscow since 9 years, like to look at people and show myself, with the same stunned things as I do. Well, at the same time for sausage. I can’t believe that one of the parents will let his child go by train for a couple of hundred kilometers. to the walk. And one of my favorites was a knife game. How much I sowed them (broke, gave), I still regret it.
  16. HAM
    HAM 11 June 2016 12: 42
    +13
    We are fortunate that our childhood and youth ended before the cynics bought freedom from young people in return for rollers, mobile phones, a factory of stars and cool crackers ...



    ANTON, HOW YOU ARE RIGHT !!!
    1. Hon
      Hon 11 June 2016 12: 54
      +2
      But cynics will not be from Soviet children?
      1. HAM
        HAM 11 June 2016 12: 58
        +2
        And the cynics from the "nomellatura", this also cannot be taken away!
    2. iouris
      iouris 11 June 2016 12: 58
      0
      Computers and iPhones have nothing to do with it.
      Children and all people were different because there was a different social system and a different country, different ideals, i.e. there was faith.
      1. opus
        11 June 2016 13: 43
        +6
        Quote: iouris
        Computers and iPhones have nothing to do with it.

        WHY.
        Computer, Internet, and cellular communications. Social networks have CHANGED the whole life of mankind and our country in particular.
        Tighten:
        -you have written / sent a letter to relatives for a long time (not email)
        - you can submit a telegram (you will find a telegraph by mail)
        Have you read the newspaper (paper) for a long time?
        .

        Bad or good, xs. Dinosaurs became extinct, mammals took their place.

        Mobile communications have revolutionized humanity. Reduced the distance between people, accelerated decision making, simplified the receipt of information, facilitated monitoring of any situation. But she also replaced true communication with a surrogate one, increased our dependence on other people, erected invisible partitions even between relatives ..

        Teenagers and young people suffer the most from nomophobia: 77% of them "went online"

        Online games, internet ...

        Social network:

        Sashko Fokin’s syndrome (in Ukraine, 2013 year)



        / I, as I dig, behind the ear and to the monitor to watch this, forcibly, he already has corns in his eyes /
  17. Abbra
    Abbra 11 June 2016 12: 42
    +18
    And here was the game ...
    1. Mordvin 3
      Mordvin 3 11 June 2016 13: 11
      +7
      Quote: Abbra
      And here was the game ...

      This is not enough. But when they jump into three floors, then yes, try it, take them. drinks
    2. Igor V
      Igor V 11 June 2016 15: 05
      +5
      The elephant is called. smile
    3. Cat man null
      Cat man null 11 June 2016 15: 06
      +2
      Quote: Abbra
      And here was the game ...

      - this is an elephant
      - and there was also a "horse fight" fellow
      1. Mordvin 3
        Mordvin 3 11 June 2016 18: 17
        +3
        Quote: Cat Man Null
        this is an elephant, but there was also a "horse

        We called it "elephant" cryingAnd then there was Sifa. Also a thing. We were chasing all the floors.
  18. askort154
    askort154 11 June 2016 12: 43
    +10
    Then they knew life realistically. The current generation knows life virtually.
    Then were appreciated: romanticism, justice and morality. Now: pragmatism, consumerism and immorality. It is difficult to imagine what, at such a "pace", will happen to young people in the 22nd century.
    I was lucky to have been born in the middle of the 20th century.
  19. Barakuda
    Barakuda 11 June 2016 12: 45
    +4
    Quote: Dmitry Potapov
    Not everyone understands the search for waste paper and scrap metal

    It was easier for me, my father wrote out everything for only 50 rubles. per month (for which he constantly raked from his mother), it was enough for the norm, and scrap metal - he called his father, the truck from the tank brought the dead man and that's it wink
    1. Mordvin 3
      Mordvin 3 11 June 2016 13: 49
      +7
      Quote: Barracuda
      It was easier for me, my father wrote out everything for 50 rubles. per month

      And we went around the apartments, and begged. And then they were combing in the heap and looking for the most valuable. I found the almanac of sports, (then I gave it to a friend), what an interesting work it was.
      1. Igor V
        Igor V 11 June 2016 15: 11
        +1
        And we at the neighboring pulp and paper mill looked for magazines of socialist countries in the "muklash" (no one bought them and sent them for processing) with indecent photographs and humor. But this is already in high school.
  20. Abbra
    Abbra 11 June 2016 12: 46
    +17
    And about THIS all the fucking started ...
    1. Barakuda
      Barakuda 11 June 2016 13: 04
      +4
      I started with a yearly visit to VDNKh (transplant). There was Fanta, Pepsi, Sausages ... And the main thing was the "COSMOS" pavilion. I saw Lenin and was no longer interested.
      1. Oprychnik
        Oprychnik 11 June 2016 16: 35
        +4
        At 72, I entered the university. I can say that then everyone was equal on admission. I will not argue with opponents. Perhaps some of them took advantage of the connections of their parents, in fact, I do not doubt it. The teaching staff, it is clear what kind of affiliation they were. But I witnessed how "such" a boy answered the entrance exams in physics. It was a brilliant answer! It was I who brought the documents to the university on the way to the beach, one of the three that fell. And with these, everything was determined from the very birth. If we hooligans, skipped lessons, fought one-on-one behind the toilet, walked wall to wall, then these studied musical notation, learned to play the cello, it is clear that not on the balalaika. None of them can be found in school photos, unless by accident But during the distribution, the majority then went to regional centers and villages, and these remained in departments and other similar places ... And they began to determine the further vector and qualification of education ... (((
  21. Donlomakin
    Donlomakin 11 June 2016 12: 47
    +10
    When we needed someone, we knocked on the door
    And leaving the key to the apartment under the rug was in the order of things winked
    1. Andrey Sukharev
      Andrey Sukharev 11 June 2016 12: 49
      +8
      And we often left the neighbors. And that is characteristic - nothing disappeared! :)
    2. family tree
      family tree 11 June 2016 13: 36
      +10
      Quote: Donlomakin
      And leaving the key to the apartment under the rug was in the order of things

      This is generally no gate.
      My aunt and uncle knew that I would come for the holidays, but did not know the exact date, therefore, with a clear conscience, we were sent to the cottage, they would not wait six hundred. I go into the entrance, go up to the fourth floor, a note is attached to the door handle with an elastic band,
      -Vovka, key under the mat belay
      Bend, as if lying.
      They returned, only a day later, it turned out, aunt’s initiative, the uncle left a day earlier laughing
  22. Million
    Million 11 June 2016 12: 49
    +6
    There were no computers, so the interests of the children in the USSR were different. And the situation was calmer, the parents were not afraid to let the children go outside
  23. Donlomakin
    Donlomakin 11 June 2016 12: 49
    +16
    One of the terrible punishments was "You won't go for a walk on the street!" Can you punish a child today? recourse
    1. Simple
      Simple 11 June 2016 16: 14
      +1
      + + + + + +
      And now?
      So they say, they will be delighted! As a gift.
      And they have no time to "walk"
  24. RPG_
    RPG_ 11 June 2016 12: 50
    +8
    Damn it was great, I want to go back there. When they gave me the money and the two of us (I’m 3 years old and the neighbor’s girl 5) went to the store for karakum candy (it seemed like it cost 1 kopeck then, but I don’t remember exactly) and it was true happiness. drinks
    1. Simple
      Simple 11 June 2016 16: 15
      +1
      Entering the same river water twice is not possible!
      So with time
  25. atamankko
    atamankko 11 June 2016 12: 52
    +12
    And our girls were modest and beautiful,
    and how many battles were in their defense.
  26. Banishing liberoids
    Banishing liberoids 11 June 2016 12: 55
    +9
    Anton, thanks for the article, they have scattered the soul.
  27. Undermined ustoev
    Undermined ustoev 11 June 2016 12: 55
    -15%
    This generation has generated a huge number of people who can risk, solve problems and create something that was not there before, simply did not exist. We had freedom of choice, the right to risk and failure, responsibility, and somehow we just learned how to use it all.
    How they disposed of this is clearly visible both outside the window on the street, and here in the comments and articles. Kvass from barrels for cola was exchanged. Normal confectionery glaze on some kind of surrogate with palm oil. Programmable counters, industrial computers, various devices from handheld testers (multimeters) to industrial consoles have forgotten how to do it. What is a thermocouple, electrolytes, and how to charge the battery at home, too, have forgotten. Machine tool industry destroyed. Engineering destroyed. They finish off the defense. Simple laborers who collectively defend their right to the banal preservation of the real content of their sn are treated with deep contempt, like cattle. And, which is characteristic, they continue and continue from year to year to include nostalgia and compare the past with the present. Apparently, only the ritual stroking of the container with the dust of the past allows you to feel involvement in something common and bright.
    You know, I want you to die out like dinosaurs. Because then this screen, to which constantly all like you turn, will subside and expose the obvious. The stratification of society will be exposed. His class antagonism will be exposed. When the generation of children of the USSR leaves, there will be nothing more to hide behind in the eyes of the public, and most workers will finally be able to freely and boldly look without any pink glasses and spit in his pig’s snout.
    1. Koshak
      Koshak 11 June 2016 13: 45
      +9
      "I want you to become extinct like dinosaurs."

      - How is your health?
      - Do not wait! laughing

      Minus mine negative
  28. Andrey Sukharev
    Andrey Sukharev 11 June 2016 12: 56
    +8
    Quote: Abbra
    And about THIS all the fucking started ...

    The crap began in the 70s, when the mass race for imported consumer goods began, and the possession of a rag with a label gave the wearer a certain status of selectivity.
    1. Abbra
      Abbra 11 June 2016 13: 23
      +3
      I agree. I went to the army in 75, demobilized, respectively, in 77 - and did not recognize the world. Imported clothes, Marlboro bags ... And so on. etc.
    2. 0255
      0255 11 June 2016 14: 14
      +7
      Quote: Andrey Sukharev
      Quote: Abbra
      And about THIS all the fucking started ...

      The crap began in the 70s, when the mass race for imported consumer goods began, and the possession of a rag with a label gave the wearer a certain status of selectivity.

      The communists are to blame for not being able to solve the problem of goods in stores. If they were imported, the goods were generally available, and not "got" for the price of a Zhiguli car, perhaps there was no ground for dissatisfaction with the deficit. And so it ended with the fact that the Soviet people happily greeted the traitors Gorbachev and Yeltsin, hoping to live "as in the West."
  29. Bosk
    Bosk 11 June 2016 12: 57
    +8
    I remember when in childhood we went to bathe Mother most of all worried not about drowning, but about getting dirty ... and if we went to the forest, it’s not about getting lost, but about getting dirty again or tearing something up, well and on the subject of "tearing" everyone remembers that the boys of those times had their weakest point in the knees - rare pants at this point did not break winked . Well, what do we have now ?, and now we have all the same, just the opposite crying .
  30. B.T.V.
    B.T.V. 11 June 2016 13: 00
    +10
    And in the 3rd grade I brought home a diary with the remark: "For eaten green apricots - 2". The whole class was thwarted by the school hour, having left after the gym class in a neighboring garden to feast on green apricots. We were treated to castor oil in the medical room, they wrote a note in the diary. The most interesting thing, the next day, sharing our impressions, we found out: “all were not punished harshly by their parents, and not a single one came from the cocktail“ green apricots + castor oil. ”Yes, there was time!
  31. Andrey Sukharev
    Andrey Sukharev 11 June 2016 13: 00
    +1
    Quote: Undermining the Foundations
    [B]
    You know, I want you to die out like dinosaurs. Because then this screen, to which constantly all like you turn, will subside and expose the obvious. The stratification of society will be exposed. His class antagonism will be exposed. When the generation of children of the USSR leaves, there will be nothing more to hide behind in the eyes of the public, and most workers will finally be able to freely and boldly look without any pink glasses and spit in his pig’s snout.

    Hard...
  32. shura7782
    shura7782 11 June 2016 13: 01
    +13
    I plus the author.
    Plus forum users as much as forum rules allow.
    I can’t read anymore. I’ll go outside, calm down.
  33. Dmitry Potapov
    Dmitry Potapov 11 June 2016 13: 03
    0
    Quote: Strashila
    And from Zhuvachka there was sulfur / resin, and for special extremes Black Donald from tar.

    He lived in Uzbekistan, so there Uzbek hucksters cut the tar into slices and sold it, so to speak, brought the tar to the marketable appearance of chewing gum only without a label, which was typical of it!
  34. ALEA IACTA EST
    ALEA IACTA EST 11 June 2016 13: 04
    +1
    And then the children grew up and smashed their country.
    1. opus
      11 June 2016 13: 21
      +7
      Quote: ALEA IACTA EST
      And then the children grew up and smashed their country.

      To be precise, the parents of these "children of the USSR", that is, ours.
      My opinion, a turning point occurred somewhere at the turn of the 1977-1980.
      I hadn’t decided anything yet.
    2. lukewarm
      lukewarm 11 June 2016 15: 12
      +3
      Not the children of the 70s. At 91 I was 20. I served, studied at a military school. What did I smash? Like my other peers. Still smashed older. And we either got to die in 1993 in October (there are a lot of our peers), or to build a market paradise (many succeeded, word of honor), or to pull the strap of noble capitalist labor.
  35. akudr48
    akudr48 11 June 2016 13: 05
    +8
    I would like (if the topwar is interested in visitors) to discuss a spoon (or two) of tar.

    Very good memories. And no tar is needed. He was absent. Like solid honey. It was a fun and interesting life for boys and girls all over the country.

    In exact accordance with the verse

    "For our happy childhood
    thank you home country! "
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      1. Seaman77
        Seaman77 11 June 2016 18: 49
        +5
        Quote: opus
        Tatyana Yevseeva, senior researcher at the Institute of History of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, said that the Armenian genocide was the result of Russia's aggressive policy in the First World War.



        You know, Anton, a couple of days ago I had a conversation on this subject with a Georgian, so he said something similar. That Russia supposedly provoked the unrest of the Armenians, and the Turks were just defending themselves ... belay

        A curious coincidence. Joint Ukrainian-Georgian version of the story ???
        1. opus
          11 June 2016 20: 43
          +1
          Quote: Seaman77
          A curious coincidence. Joint Ukrainian-Georgian version of the story ???

          Yes.
          Lies of the Maidan, Rada of Ukraine, Lesi Yakhno (in the tour, then), etc., etc.


          THE MAIN THING "LET THE BALD'S TAKE YOURSELF"
  36. erik cartman
    erik cartman 11 June 2016 13: 15
    +10
    Quote: avvg
    I look at the photos, and there are only tears in my eyes. In the USSR it is real, all the children were happy.

    Nostalgia for childhood 70-80 is terrible. Ice cream for 5 kopecks., Buns for 3 kopecks. soda from machines with double syrup. Bottom carbide, fumes, bows and arrows, homemade crossbows and slingshots. They also played a jar: 3 bricks, a paint can and a stick evenly, Cossacks - robbers, etc. We walked around the city until late and were not afraid of anything, they fought the yard in the yard, the street on the street — before the first blood, they did not touch the bedridden. The present children are sincerely sorry. Or at the computer or gopnik, with thieves romance in the head. Normal guys percent 30%. The most interesting thing is that we are to blame. They could not save and pass on to all the kids all the best that they once passed and knew for themselves.
    1. Idiot
      Idiot 11 June 2016 15: 57
      0
      [quote = erik cartman]

      What fascinated you with the fabulous blond knight?
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  37. erik cartman
    erik cartman 11 June 2016 13: 19
    +3
    Quote: Barracuda
    Not tar, but tar, and from trees too.

    They chewed tar, looked for where the roofs are being repaired or roads, a piece was torn off and forth. Everyone remained alive :)
  38. moskowit
    moskowit 11 June 2016 13: 24
    +5
    Thanks for the selection of photos. As if in childhood he returned.

    The upbringing of the younger generation in the USSR was a state program. Everyone was educated. Up to the incomplete secondary, they even did not want to study. How many of my peers were in this capacity. It was possible to go to a technical school, to production, to a vocational school ... Then, when they grew older, they understood that secondary education opened up new opportunities. We went to SHRM, to correspondence technical schools and institutes. Become "production commanders" of the middle level ... And now. A young man or girl who does not show an inclination to receive education may, with general indifference, leave school, or even not attend it. I can give you an example. A young man born in 1982-83 lived in our entrance. So in the 90s he left school without even receiving primary education. What he was doing, I don't know, Their family collapsed and the young man, like his parents, is no longer there ...
    Unfortunately ...
  39. Alekst
    Alekst 11 June 2016 13: 25
    0
    Heh, I read somewhere, that’s not mine, my parents buried in gadgets argue that their childhood was different, not noticing that the children play on the street and do in general what they themselves do in childhood ..))
  40. Tim
    Tim 11 June 2016 13: 27
    +8
    Kvass was really awesome, and now there is no ice cream like that.
    1. Mordvin 3
      Mordvin 3 11 June 2016 19: 06
      +4
      Quote: Tima
      Kvass was really awesome, and now there is no ice cream like that.

      We climbed to the bakery, I still remember how a man was pouring a bucket of horse kvass into a bucket. And they gave us defective bread, and cakes. And a jar of tarragon - to drink.
  41. dmitriyruss
    dmitriyruss 11 June 2016 13: 28
    +3
    And with a burning plastic bag they dripped on anthills
    1. igor67
      igor67 11 June 2016 16: 24
      +2
      Quote: dmitriyruss
      And with a burning plastic bag they dripped on anthills

      We were the same, we also put the soldiers near the ants and "bombed", drops from the bag fell with a peculiar sound, for us they were aerial bombs
      1. Bosk
        Bosk 11 June 2016 16: 31
        +3
        What soldiers ?, what ants ?, the very thing was to make a torch out of polyethylene and "drip" onto dry grass in the spring, hmm ... that's how my first drive to the police happened crying , it's also good that we "turned on the head" so much fun, as a rule, away from buildings, as a rule, near ditches, again along the way and in firefighters it turned out to be winked .
    2. Petrik66
      Petrik66 14 June 2016 12: 43
      0
      Yes, a very intellectual game, and some toads inflated and dogs tied empty cans to their tails .... Do you have nostalgia?
      1. Bosk
        Bosk 18 June 2016 16: 40
        0
        And where does nostalgia come about ?, on the subject of intellectual games ... there were guys who went to the chess club ... but what about chess I had a friend who played the violin after school, but that didn’t stop him from kicking the ball and cats later in real life and not like it’s online now.
  42. moskowit
    moskowit 11 June 2016 13: 28
    +6
    And how many young people received a profession through military registration and enlistment offices, studying at the courses of drivers. In our city, where the labor of drivers was in demand, all the places were filled with these young people who served in the ranks of the SA. And in the country? Hundreds of thousands!
  43. erik cartman
    erik cartman 11 June 2016 13: 29
    +3
    Quote: Abbra
    And here was the game ...

    At the end of the 70s, he studied at school 513 in Moscow (sponsored by the ZIL plant). All the boys from the class played this game during breaks. It was called an elephant. Once the headmaster saw us, said not to get dirty. And no tantrums. Were in the 5th grade :)
  44. Starik72
    Starik72 11 June 2016 13: 39
    +6
    Thanks Anton !!! For what made me remember my childhood! And then for adult games, WE forgot that when we were children.
  45. olezenka1
    olezenka1 11 June 2016 14: 18
    +3
    The article on the WOT scale (World Of Tanks-game with tanks of the 30-60s) draws on "Masters". I broke through to the spine ... I am 53 years old and everything that happened in childhood and adolescence responded in the article. Thank you, Author!
    1. opus
      11 June 2016 17: 00
      +5
      Quote: olezenka1
      The article on the WOT scale (World Of Tanks-game with tanks of the 30-60s) draws on "Masters".

      "So after all, we are fans, Fyodor Petrovich, what time was it?" ™

      wink

      thanks Oleg.

      I have a lot of "masters" in WOT (I managed to get hooked on this needle in my old age)

      I would like to have Kolobanchikov as "warriors"
      what
  46. lopvlad
    lopvlad 11 June 2016 14: 46
    +10
    I would like (if the topwar is interested in visitors) to discuss a spoon (or two) of tar. In the next part. After all, was the tar? Well, after all!

    there was no fly in the ointment, unless, of course, to become like the liberals and not howl in the style of "there was no freedom of speech and everyone lived without being able to travel over the hill."
    The USSR was so huge that life would not be enough for an ordinary Soviet citizen to go round all its resorts and attractions.
    Vouchers for the trade union line of ticket prices made recreation accessible to every citizen, including senior citizens.

    Regarding childhood. That is what we really had. We were brought up by the citizens of our country instilling a love for our native culture and language (and not as it is now for someone else's English and books about Harry Potter).

    Why were the children of the USSR different?

    children is the main barometer of the quality of the whole society in the country. As a complete ok cannot raise high-moral children, a liberal cannot raise Russian patriots who are ready to die for every piece of her land at the first call.
    The children of the USSR were different because their parents were different, which made up Soviet society, kind and naive.
    1. opus
      11 June 2016 17: 02
      +3
      Quote: lopvlad
      there was no tar unless of course become like liberals and

      If there weren’t, then there wouldn’t be 90's.
      Quote: lopvlad
      children is the main quality barometer of the whole society in the country.

      that's for sure = this is the future of the country / society
      1. PHANTOM-AS
        PHANTOM-AS 11 June 2016 19: 24
        +2
        then I remembered:
  47. lesnik1978
    lesnik1978 11 June 2016 14: 54
    +7
    In the USSR, children were different because they were brought up in other values ​​(in more spiritual ones, they were brought up on Soviet cartoons, which were taught to be kinder, where good always triumphs over evil, and not on the aggressive Japanese and American cartoons that the psyche suffers from (we we all remember cartoons about Scrooge Mac Duck with his manic craving for dough).
    1. Bosk
      Bosk 11 June 2016 16: 43
      +4
      There was no Internet, so I had to go through everything empirically. For example, my friend has a boy in life with ears sitting in a computer and that's how my friend freaked out the computer for a day and said "Go take a walk and see how IT is in real life!" and what did you think ?, a couple of hours later this kid with a friend (also internet-frostbitten) completely accidentally burned five hectares of wheat ... these guys decided to try to smoke like in real life and for this they moved away to a wheat field and further ... and then a friend now needs to rack his brains to compensate the owner for the losses, it's also good that the owner of the field understood the person and asked for compensation only for seeds and for sowing work ...
  48. lukewarm
    lukewarm 11 June 2016 15: 05
    +6
    The author offers to "make a scandal" on laughing topic. This is the rare case when you don't want to. I myself was born in the USSR, 1971 "year of release". Life was objectively more stable, for the majority it was more satisfying (let's talk about sausage trains later). Safer! The author recalls how they walked without mobile phones from the dark and after dark. Yes! But you could, but try now? Either they will beat a thread somewhere, or the beloved juvenile will be interested. And of course, life was HAPPY. First, because of childhood. And secondly, because it happened at that sweet time. The fact that she is sweet became clear now. I've been eating capitalism with a full spoon for a quarter of a century and spit it out. Although the Internet is "overwhelmed" with such, the article added warmth, sweet nostalgia. In time, probably
    1. lopvlad
      lopvlad 12 June 2016 23: 03
      +2
      Quote: unwillingly
      about sausage electric trains then let's


      why you can talk. The chip of today's abundance of sausages is that under the USSR, the "Doctor's" sausage was 95% meat
      "According to GOST 23670-79, per 100 kg of sausage there are: trimmed beef of the highest grade - 25; trimmed semi-fat pork - 70; chicken eggs or melange - 3; dry cow milk, whole or skim - 2; spices and other materials, g (per 100 kg of unsalted raw materials): table salt - 2090; sodium nitrite - 7,1; granulated sugar or glucose - 200; nutmeg or ground cardamom - 50. " and according to today's Russian GOST 35% do not understand what "GOST R 52196-2003 indicates only the percentage composition of protein - 13, fat - 22, moisture - 67, salt - 2,1, sodium nitrite - 0,005 and limits the list of components used, but not indicates their percentage.

      "Doctor's sausage, made in accordance with GOST R 52196-2011, should not contain: soy protein, starch, vegetable gelling agent ..." pork skins, etc. "

      In the USSR, the state did not feed the state with chemicals and derm while thinking about the health of the people.
  49. Altona
    Altona 11 June 2016 15: 13
    +6
    You can certainly feel nostalgic, but the time was different, different values. Our parents were mostly engineers or workers in large factories. And not now, when you yourself do not understand why. In large groups we were brought up and "sharpened" on completely different attitudes. It's different now. People strive to live or survive. The upbringing of children was replaced by all sorts of "motivations". It is not clear what to aim them at. If you are brought up honest, you will be at a dead end in front of the meanness of others. Well, if it's the other way around, then it's not worth giving birth. And to be honest, you have to explain from the age of 16 that you have to be cunning sometimes. Everything is relative. Then in life everything was different, children were protected from reality, now, on the contrary, they poke every day. Therefore, there was more carelessness. So, I got into the comments and grumbled a little.
  50. NordUral
    NordUral 11 June 2016 15: 17
    +12
    There was a great country, but we betrayed it in 91, duped by a stream of lies and false hopes of "perestroika". I look, I remember my childhood, so similar to these photos, tears welling up. One hope is that we will come to our senses and return to the country where children were not afraid of anything, where there were no three-meter fences and steel doors in houses and apartments.