1974 and 2021

Anonymous:
In 1974 my Dad worked as a car mechanic for $5 an hour. He had 2 cars a house and 3 kids at home .
Bread was .19 cents now $1.90
Milk was .50 cents now $5
Cars were $2500 now $25,000
Houses were $20,000 now $250,000
Gas was .30 cents now $3.00
Etc. Etc.
Everything got a zero added on except my dads $5 an hour.
So if I am to live like my dad I should be making $50 an hour.

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