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pretty cynical answer to a question about growing up in the United States 

"What do American children do before they own a car?"

Well you have correctly observed that American children are trapped in the suburban american environment. In short, you are brainwashed by forced exposure to exclusively your family, your school teachers, and the "friends" that are driven to visit you on "play-dates" which just means your parents don't hate each other from talking after the PTA meeting and want to offload brainwashing onto another trusted child-molder because daycares are for the rich, basically. For all of this, your parents or similair figures are essentially acting as full-time car-dependency valet, putting lots of undue stress on them and ensuring nowhere can be visited unsupervised until you reach an arbitrary age.

pretty cynical answer to a question about growing up in the United States 

@thufie i think @ItsTrainingCatsAndDogs had said something similar recently, about kids at parks never being away from their parents to play with other kids

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