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    In the old days, you became an adult when suddenly your life went from learning to doing the same thing for the rest of your life, but today you can't afford to do that.

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    In the good old days when I was a senator, I was my own man.

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    I never forget my old days and I never fly too high I have my feet fixed firmly on the ground!

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    In the old days men had the rack. Now they have the Press.

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    I've always felt kind of like an outsider, even when I was very successful back in the old days. Even then. I kind of enjoyed it, really.

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    The good old days are neither better nor worse than the ones we're living through right now.

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    I was crazy about silent comedy - in the old days, and crazy about Japanese movies.

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    In the old days the studios guided your career. Now it's all up to you.

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    My personal style is over-the-top dowager. The old days they said get dressed and take one thing off, I say get dressed and put one thing on.

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    A little later, as we talked of the Maniot dirges by which I was obsessed, I was surprised to hear this bloodshot-eyed and barefoot old man say: “Yes, it’s the old iambic tetrameter acalectic.” It was the equivalent of a Cornish fisherman pointing out the difference, in practicality incomprehensible dialect, between the Petrachian and the Spenserian sonnet. It was quite correct. Where on earth had he learnt it? His last bit of information was that, in the old days (that wonderful cupboard!) the Arabs used to come to this coast to dive for the murex.

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    Why has everything got to be about feelings these days? In the old days, no one knew what anyone was feeling and, what's more, they weren't expected to.

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    Wow. When he started looking back on the war with Kronos as the good old days--that was sad.

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    So don't let nobody tell you any different about the old days. Life is hard now, nothing but suffering, but some kinds of suffering is easier to bear than others.

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    It’s such a shame. So many people today rely on their cellphones. No one remembers phone numbers anymore.

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    Emil was already familiar with those people who always say, “Goodness, everything was better in the old days.” And he no longer listened when people told him that in the old days the air was cleaner or that cows had bigger heads. Because it usually wasn’t true. Those people simply wanted to be dissatisfied, because otherwise they would have to be satisfied.

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    Everyone thinks that the old days were better, or that they were harder, and the modern times are chaotic and complex, or easier all around, but I think people's hearts have always been the same, happy and sad, and that hasn't changed at all. It's just the shapes of lives that change, not the lives themselves.

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    When I was a kid…We believed it was butter, and we drank whole milk. Now, coffee, cheese, flour, oil, sugar, salt, beer, and ice cream are bad for us, and we should eat foods that are improved, no-fat, lo-cal, lite, organic, unsaturated, decaffeinated, artificial, or taste awful, and contain enough dyes and preservatives to look appetizing and last a long time in their pretty packaging that is 43% of their retail cost figuring in advertising.

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    Sometimes people think the old days were better than today. Even though life was simpler and slower, it was not necessarily easier.