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Reply to "are parents @ fault for this?"

I had to vote yes, but I know it's not as simple as that. Rather than assigning blame, parents need to consider who is actually in a position to solve the problem. Parents can point fingers at anyone for there children's ills, and frequently do. I'm not saying that city, state, and even federal agencies shouldn't be involved in curtailing this activity, but they have to very careful about constricting the rights of consenting adults. The simpler and far more effective solution is to supervise your children.

I get very frustrated with parents who blame television, video games, music, or whatever, for the poor choices their children make while they weren't watching. Parents also have to be honest with themselves about who's at risk here. I make more of my personal information available on-line than I would recommend for any child. It serves a purpose because I run a home-based business. But, I'm a grown man. Predators of any variety aren't looking for me (unless they're white nationalists, but in that case they better hope they never find me nono). They are, however, looking for naive children who don't understand the dangers out there, and wouldn't know how to handle them if they did. Children need guidence in matters such as this, and we need to be available to give it to them.

PS. What is up with the kid that was strangled in her own home while her parents were there! How blind does a parent have to be to let this happen! bang Just let some heavy-breathing creatin show up at my home unannounced. I'll have to buy a new baseball bat, since I won't want the one I have after its been surgically removed from his ass. Mad
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