A comment from my other question that I think needs to be its own question. Did you have preconceptions about the people you knew growing up (friends/family/neighbors) that turned out to be vastly different once you were old enough to see them with an adult perspective? Specifically meaning people you thought believed the same as you did (or the same as everyone else) are instead people who express very different opinions about religion, tolerance, and their general demeanor towards things like gay marriage, other faiths, etc? If so, do you think it's a case of the difference always being there but it just never came up in conversation or a shift in how people act and believe as they've also grown older?
I guess the easier way to explain it - do you constantly find people you grew up with posting things on fb that you cannot believe would come from them?
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