Question:

Do most parents tell their daughters to go out and earn monies or no?

  • yes.

    Votes: 2 66.7%
  • no

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • some

    Votes: 1 33.3%
  • none

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • I'm not a daughter so I wouldn't know

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    3
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What is your opinion?

Do most parents tell their sons to go out and earn monies or not?

So then, if a 'daughter' is to get 'wed', would she or could she still be living with her parents or not?

And if yes, could this be an opportunity for the 'son-in-law' to be, watched and for the two sets of 'families' to begin getting acquainted with one another, seeing they might be 'related' in some 'married' kind of way?
 
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But since in today's time both parents usually work, what would the 'daughter' be doing besides working as her parents would?

It was not this way in times past, though. Wives oftentimes stayed at home tending to the 'house' necessities while the male was out during the day 'earning' the 'food', per se, just as it was in the beginning with Adam going out and by 'sweat', or work, bringing the sustenance to the 'wife', Eve. Eve was tending to the 'garden' or nearby while her husband was out getting 'food' for them both.

Today, however, much more independence is offered. A person doesn't need to 'rely' on anybody in today's time; oftentimes not even 'parents'.
 
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Genesis 3:22 "And the LORD God said, Behold, the man is become as one of us, to know good and evil: and now, lest he put forth his hand, and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and live for ever: 23Therefore the LORD God sent him forth from the garden of Eden, to till the ground from whence he was taken.24So he drove out the man; and he placed at the east of the garden of Eden Cherubims, and a flaming sword which turned every way, to keep the way of the tree of life."


Genesis 2:7 "And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul."
 
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And so, Eve waited for her husband to return 'home' while he went 'out' and worked to bring in 'foods'.

Genesis 3:18-19 "Thorns also and thistles shall it bring forth to thee; and thou shalt eat the herb of the field; In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, till thou return unto the ground; for out of it wast thou taken: for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return."

Genesis 3:16 "Unto the woman he said, I will greatly multiply thy sorrow and thy conception; in sorrow thou shalt bring forth children; and thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee. "

[dependence] upon the 'husband'.
 
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I think parents today are encouraging boys and girls equally to earn their own money, as they should.
Was it like this in, let's say, 1916?

Before WWI, do you think it was like this - the parents encouraging both boys and girls to equally earn their own monies?

It might have been 'after' the Vietnam War that this 'trend' began. It is also reported that 'drug use' before The Vietnam 'era' in the U.S almost didn't exist. It was only after this era, it is reported, that the 'drug' cultures began to arise.

Perhaps movies such as Good Morning Vietnam (1987) with its portrayals of how the 'prostitution-style' lives that Vietnam could have had contributed to a 'counter clash' of ideas of 'war' and 'intimacy' and 'abuse and acceptances'. There were supposedly many Military 'kids' born out of 'wedlock' as often depicted in every Country war where Military soldiers are 'garrisoned' in those Countries.

The movie Good Morning Vietnam did not really put a 'good' light on the Vietnamese lives as they were portrayed. Another 'movie' of sorts of similar portrayals which could influence culture and acceptances was the movie The Passion of the Christ.

The movie could be a 'door opener' to those that might want to seek out more about 'that series of events' which the movie depicted, but many might think why there would be any necessity seeing they received the 'whole gospel' from the Movie. Why would they need to seek out any more, they might think, if the whole Gospels were portrayed to them on the movie screen?

These 'movies' are only 'movies' and directed to the desires of the movie makers. The true to life events and the 'feel of the place during these events might not be 'interpreted' the same by each person if they received the sources of information via writings or other 'references' and not by first hand experience.

In other words, the movie Good Morning Vietnam in 1987. Was the producer or director or both truly in The Vietnam 'war' to approve of the validity of what he or she experienced in Vietnam as a soldier during the 'struggle' years themselves? Or is this movie a 'depiction' of how a person believed the War in Vietnam occurred? First hand experience or first 'visionary' experience?

Vietnam War/Period:
November 1, 1955 – April 30, 1975

Director:
Barry Levinson
Writer:
Mitch Markowitz


Barry Levinson was born in Baltimore, Maryland, to Violet (Krichinsky) and Irvin Levinson, who worked in furniture and appliance. He is of Russian Jewish descent. Levinson graduated from high school in 1960, attended college at American University in Washington, DC. He did well, but decided he wanted to go to Los Angeles. In LA, Levinson worked for the Oxford Company, studying acting, improvisation, and production; worked in comedy clubs, where he learned how to write; and began dating Valerie Curtin. In 1967, won a job writing for a local TV comedy show. He eventually performed his material on the show, winning a local Emmy. In the 70s, Levinson wrote for The Carol Burnett Show (1967) -- and won two Emmys in three years. Mel Brooks hired him for Silent Movie (1976), then, High Anxiety (1977). Levinson and Curtin married in 1975. They co-wrote: _...And Justice for All (1979)_, and other scripts. While Curtin performed in San Francisco, he wrote Diner (1982). MGM bought it and, with a budget of under $5 million, Levinson directed. Curtin and Levinson divorced in 1982. Levinson met Dianna Rhodes while he was filming Diner (1982). She lived in Baltimore, with her two children Patrick and Michelle Levinson. Levinson and Rhodes later married and had two more children, Sam Levinson and Jack Levinson. Proving himself as a director with The Natural (1984), he tackled his most ambitious project to that time in Rain Man (1988). Levinson went on to place his stamp on films like Good Morning, Vietnam (1987), and Bugsy (1991). After his many successes, Toys (1992) did poorly. Levinson had a hit with Disclosure (1994) in 1994, the same year the Levinsons moved to Marin County in Northern California to get away from the Hollywood scene.

Barry Levinson - Biography - IMDb


Mitch Markowitz is known for his work on Good Morning, Vietnam (1987), Best of the West (1981) and Van Dyke and Company (1976).

Mitch Markowitz - Biography - IMDb


Obviously, Barry Levinson would only have had been 15 years post high school graduation when the 'war' came to a stop, according to these 'years'.


Mitch Markowitz, born 1950, would have been 25.


And so you have Mr. Markowitz born in 1950 and Mr. Levinson born in 1942 being effected by the Vietnam era. Would they be able to tell what the U.S was like before the war began as far as the 'drug culture' and lifestyle of the U.S was before the 'war'?

What's Your Number? The Vietnam War Selective Service Lottery | HistoryNet

... every male aged 19 to 26 had a stake in the 1970 draft lottery, as it determined the order in which men with birth dates between 1944 and 1950 were called to report for induction in 1970. Some on the above list were already serving, received student or medical deferments, volunteered for other service, or for various other reasons were not drafted in 1970.

366 blue plastic capsules contained the birthdays that would be chosen in the first Vietnam draft lottery drawing on December 1, 1969.

On December 1, 1969 the Selective Service System of the United States conducted two lotteries to determine the order of call to military service in the Vietnam War for men born from January 1, 1944 to December 31, 1950.

These lotteries occurred during a period of conscription in the United States that lasted from 1947 to 1973. It was the first time a lottery system had been used to select men for military service since 1942.

Draft lottery (1969) - Wikipedia
 
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The draft lottery was based on birth dates. There were 366 blue plastic capsules containing birth dates (including February 29) placed into a deep glass container. The capsules was drawn by hand, opened one by one and then assigned to a sequence number started from “001” until “366”. The first date drawn was September 14 followed by April 24, which was assigned to “001” and “002” respectively. The drawing process continued until each day of the year was assigned to a lottery number. The lower the number was, the higher probability men with the corresponding birthday would be called to serve.

https://thevietnamwar.info/vietnam-war-draft/


Oliver Stone: 113, September 15, 1946

What's Your Number? The Vietnam War Selective Service Lottery | HistoryNet






 
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In April 1967, Stone enlisted in the United States Army and requested combat duty in Vietnam. From September 16, 1967 to April 1968, he served in Vietnam with 2nd Platoon, B Company, 3rd Battalion, 25th Infantry Division and was twice wounded in action.[20] He was then transferred to the First Cavalry Division participating in long range patrols before being transferred again to drive for a motorized infantry unit of the division until November 1968.[23] For his service, his military awards include the Bronze Star with "V" Device for heroism, the Purple Heart with Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster to denote two awards, the Air Medal, the Army Commendation Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, the Vietnam Service Medal, the Vietnam Campaign Medal and the Combat Infantryman Badge.

Oliver Stone - Wikipedia


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