I used to like to go back to my hometown very much, and I always felt that life was slow and relaxed. Later, as my age increased and my father passed away, many trivial matters had to be taken over by myself before I began to feel the so-called sadness. 1. It is difficult to handle things. The house needs to be transferred, but the real estate certificate has not been issued when the father passed away, and the person cannot handle it when he is alive. This is in a cycle. I believe there are quite a few things like this in the whole country, but things like this will definitely not be handled in my hometown. When my father passed away, GOV carried out cremation. There was a queue for cremation, and the funeral home would tell you who to look for and who can jump in the queue. My brother-in-law was injured while working at the construction site. The 70,000 to 80,000 medical expenses were all on my own. I was scorned and threatened when I negotiated with the engineering company. Ask the lawyer to say that if the lawsuit doesn’t come for two or three years, you can keep it private. I scolded, the reason was that the man from the Labor Bureau had just been complained about lazy politics; the city government was stopped by a security guard, and I put my feet on the table while shaking and asked me to talk to him about something (about seven or eight years ago). This year, I went home to mourn my relatives at Qingming Festival, but the house I bought was not driven into the community. The two babies ran five or six times with a cart of luggage before moving. I called 110 and told them that I couldn’t control it. I just asked them to go to the police. Finally, two guys came and stood at the door for 5 minutes and left. They said that I watched too much TV so that 110 would take care of everything, and everything could be reasonable. What is the property law of the Civil Code? The community is owned by all owners and there must be public parking spaces. How can it be possible? Ours is all like this. If you don’t buy a parking space, you won’t let it in. 2. It’s hard to buy things. I’m not used to asking the price to take a closer look at the quality. I bought a watermelon and took it home and found a rotten hole. At that time, the merchant deliberately turned the rotten side back to me and was enthusiastic and enthusiastic throughout the whole process. My wife went out to buy diapers. When she took it home, she found that it was a paper diaper. There was no Velcro, and she needed to find a way to fix it on the doll’s butt. It is estimated that if you don’t know the dialect, the unsalable goods are recommended. I bought the same brand and the same model of milk powder, but the baby was diarrhea after eating it. Later, I received phone marketing from the store: recharge 3,000 yuan to get 2,800 yuan worth of electric motorcycles. In addition, 3,000 yuan can continue to buy baby products such as milk powder, diapers and clothes. I think no matter how high the profit of baby products is, it is impossible to get 80% of the profit in the terminal retail store. I renovated the house and paid on time, but the construction period was delayed for almost a year, and finally I found someone else to finish it. The owner of the decoration company is still a high school classmate. In the end, he stayed in his hometown for 13 days on vacation before finishing work with his brother-in-law. 3. The interpersonal relationship is complicated. ① There are old houses in the village. Because there are often no one at home, the telegraph poles 5 meters away from the house were moved to 40cm under the eaves, and the wires passed through the roof 30cm. The state stipulates that the low-voltage line must be at least away from the building 1 More than meters. When I asked the village chief, he said that it was not the decision of the village that the neighbors themselves asked the people from the power supply bureau to make it. Then asked the neighbor, the neighbor did not admit to life and death. The relatives in my hometown shook their heads and said not to persuade him to do anything special, for fear that he would be a bird. ②. The village builds roads and ancestral halls, and collects money every year. This year the village entered a photovoltaic company with a slight income, but it was excluded when the money was divided. Asking the village cadres is the collective resolution of the villagers, but they said it did not count. ③. The classmates reunite all kinds of gods and wines. The squires who have the resources and contacts basically don’t even bother to pass WeChat. After passing, they don’t speak, for fear of getting into trouble. Ordinary people take turns toasting and chatting about the love of the year. After participating once, I will never participate again. 4. The ascending channel has become the backbone of society after the closure of the 1980s, and the fathers have already withdrawn from the arena. With the development of society and the progress of business, those families that started in the 1970s and 1980s are still prosperous today 20 years later. Classmate A has a net worth of over 100 million, with 17 or 8 companies under its umbrella, the largest with X thousand employees, and an annual output value of about 1 billion. His father is the owner of the coal mine. Classmate B is worth 5-10 million. He is a middle-level manager in the ceramic company of a real estate company. He has 2 gas stations and several real estate. Dad is the director of a state-owned township enterprise. Friend C’s entire family has no fewer than 30 small and micro enterprises. His father used to be a township secretary and was later arrested. However, his family still controls the local municipal project, real estate project, and monopolistic engineering project…Even if the technology develops, the first Know which second generations are most likely to be applied. When the government attracts investment, it must be the second generations who can get the resources. The new districts and industrial clusters are the first to receive news….Which second generations are the first to receive news. When we were in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen in 996, some of them gave presentations in the conference hall and were commended, some were drinking and shouting to their brothers, and some were calculating their wages at home. In contrast, 996 is nothing. We enjoy relative fairness in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen. We can’t be a squire, at least we haven’t been a frog in that pot.