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Re: #%* kid

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Posted by henrich Iowa on August 17, 2004 at 20:18:11 from (

In Reply to: #%* kid posted by screaminhollow on August 17, 2004 at 09:10:25:

Seems it may be time for a tour of the local county jail, the hospital and morgue. You may not be able to handle it but it will sure scare the hell out of your children.
My father use to say, the only tough guys he knew were either in jail or dead!
The children of today don't need to worry about anything, they have their music, a computer and plenty of spending money, even if they don't work. We all spoiled them, didn't take time from our lives to teach them what was right and wrong but let television do the job for us.
Look at the results. Most children can more than likely tell you who is on television tonite but don't know their relatives. Can find their way across the road without a map and can't read the map since they don't know north from their bottom side. Their eyes usually look one way and it is the wrong way.
Take time today to teach your children something valuable, and that doesn't include sitting on the rear. GWH

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