I would die without GF
29th November 2003
Now, with the pirating capabilites that many (if not most) people have today, many retailers will not allow customers to return CDs whose packages have been opened. Therefore, if a parent is dissatisfied with the music's content, the only choice, if he/she intends to get any of his/her money's worth, is to put up with it.
Yeah id say so, though its ok to not want youre kid to listen to this kinda stuff (though at 13...?) but to sure Wal-Mart, its just plain rediculous. Only in America kiddies...
This is one sort of parents I would totally refuse to live with: Greedy bastards that sue large companies and whatever over such small and harmless shit.
Jesus is coming look busy
25th January 2004
Make him listen to the word "FUCK" repeated every second in an infinite loop for 48 hours just for trying to sue i say
CataphractI can't stand over-protective parents!!! You know what I'm talking about, the ones depicted on AOL commercials that try to keep their kids from going to any "naughty/unholy websites" or on the Ford Windstar commercials with the mother "that just wants to keep her kids safe." Awwwww...GET A LIFE. My theory to parenting is to let your kids do nearly whatever they want. They'll figure out on their own the value of family and the value of living a "clean" lifestyle. If, however, you over-protect them, then they will grow up not knowing what alcohol, drugs, porn, sex, etc are and will just end up rushing headlong toward these things once they achieve any independence (usually in college). I know my theory works because I'm a product of it.
Children raised like this are the future rapists, alcoholics, druggies, and porn addicts.
What, children raised by over-protective parents or under-protective parents?
I pretend to do stuff.
16th January 2004
only in america.
over here, they would just be laughed at, and sent home.
CataphractWhat, children raised by over-protective parents or under-protective parents?