Parenting the good old way

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Re: Parenting the good old way

Postby justreal » 11 Feb 2012, 15:08

jimipresley wrote:That video was offensive. Hurt me deeply.

Dude should definitely have used a .357, .44 or shotgun. Those little holes are SO pussy. :no-no:



little hole in the front, big hole in the back. kinda like you, dude.
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Re: Parenting the good old way

Postby jimipresley » 11 Feb 2012, 17:23

justreal wrote:
jimipresley wrote:That video was offensive. Hurt me deeply.

Dude should definitely have used a .357, .44 or shotgun. Those little holes are SO pussy. :no-no:



little hole in the front, big hole in the back. kinda like you, dude.

Is that a compliment? I'm not sure whether to thank you or not.
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Re: Parenting the good old way

Postby Okami » 11 Feb 2012, 23:06

This is not the old way of parenting. Trust me, my family use to live the "old way" of parenting. It would have never gotten to this point. The kid would be too busy doing real work or getting it with a belt or cane depending on the father.

"Old way" I don't think that word means what you think it means.
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Re: Parenting the good old way

Postby dan2006 » 12 Feb 2012, 00:27

Not so smart.

Waste of money on a laptop. It also appears he has more money than brains IMO.

About as smart as the idiot that bought a new Iphone 4 just to put a bullet in it. Not original at all, and a total fail for everyone.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcnQ72sPZAI
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Re: Parenting the good old way

Postby heimuoshu » 12 Feb 2012, 10:49

Kids vent about stuff. That's why they are teenagers. The Internet has changed how we communicate and now she (his daughter) has done something quite normal which is vent about being a teenager. Had this father overheard a conversation twenty years ago over the phone would he have put holes in the phone? If he saw a notebook or diary 30 years ago would he have put holes in all the books. If he overheard a conversation 50 years ago would he have put a hole in her head.
The way he started that and spoke about it was fair. Had he ended it by saying that being a teenager is difficult and that she is still loved by her parents regardless of what she said or did, I would consider it parenting the good old way.
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Re: Parenting the good old way

Postby TainanCowboy » 12 Feb 2012, 11:48

.....Nice Gov't model.....
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Re: Parenting the good old way

Postby photi » 16 Feb 2012, 20:33

Child whines on the internet about parent, parent retorts on the internet in a childish manner. I guess the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

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Re: Parenting the good old way

Postby bababa » 16 Feb 2012, 20:50

jdsmith wrote:I like the take the door off thing. Lesson learned I would think. :thumbsup:

Yeah, but when I was growing up it was my dad who was always slamming the door. Don't know how we could have taught him a lesson.
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