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Message Subject Parents beware of Cartoon Network, i saw something yesterday...
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Nature shows? You really are a new parent.LOL Congrats on the little one, btw.

I agree you have to be vigilant but kids are going to want to watch cartoons. Watch what they are watching and have conversations with them. Don't try to shield them too much. They know how to get around too much parental control. It is their job.LOL
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1400009

Ummmm, no. I have a 16 year old son and 17 year old daughter. Both are star athletes in high school and were recently commended on their exit-level TAKS tests. They were raised watching nature shows and being outside. I kept them from watching all the regular kids programing and back then everyone else with kids thought i was weird.....now all those same parents can't believe why their kids are fuck-ups and mine are respectful, healthy badasses.

So i'm raising my new son the same way.

If you wanna let your child's head be filled with the propaganda that spews from the kids shows these days then you're a fuckin retard.
 Quoting: Dundas

Both my kids are commended on each TAKS and are in the highest level Band each school offers (symphonic)... they watch CN frequently. We get compliments on how well behaved my children are (especially teachers). I guess I fail to see how Cartoon Network and a child's behavior seem to go hand in hand.

It's quite obvious that your kids don't take after you, given the useless drivel you're spouting.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1078715

Yeah, but when the day comes that they are to receive their 'mark' for all commerce, i'm sure they'll be first in line to get the new cool techno gadget.

So your kids are how old and watching CN?
 Quoting: Dundas

Both are teens and I'll leave it at that. Shit I watch cartoon network. I'm still failing to see the point you're making. You raise your kids how you see fit and I'll do the same. It's seems to be working.

And your first question. My kids are quite patient, save every little bit they earn and then buy what they want. Let me ask you the same thing... how many of those gadgets do your kids own? Hello Kettle, it's me Pot, your black.
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