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Imagine you were a teenager living in Europe during the early 1900s. Do you think it would have been worse to be a teenager living in Europe during World War I or during the Great Depression?

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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  3. PRAETORIAN.10
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    i'd probably just go live with the squid in atlantis....

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    @isry98 @jabez177

  5. anonymous
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    Depends on which part of Europe. England was not too bad in WWI, but rural France, hell no.

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    it's a 'what do you think' question. so: what do you think? =)

  7. PRAETORIAN.10
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    no answer no matter how ridiculous cannot be wrong for example: i believe in a flying cuddle octopus which spawns babies and hugs eyelids dont you @arabpride

  8. anonymous
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    @PRAETORIAN.10 That is not quite true. There needs to be enough reason behind it, and the teacher may have explained more requirements that the OP has let us know. For example, if a person was asked to explain their personal beliefs in Christianity, and they started talking about Jesus not being the son of god, we cannot accept it. This is because belief in Jesus as the son of god is a requirement for Christianity and if you don't believe it, no matter what you think, you are not a Christian. I cannot claim to be in any religion or to be an atheist, because I do not think the the existence or existence of any "god" can be proved. I am a strict or strong agnostic.

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