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That's what I was thinking, hcaeb! The son is 22. He is old enough to know the consequences of his actions! I think they should both rot!
So happy for you and your family!! He is precious!!
Get over it! It is a painted women! You cannot see anything. Children see and hear worse things on TV. Seriously, how many children go online to read The Pilot?
I have helped my kids with many science fair projects, book reports,and daily homework assignments with the help of a computer. I have known kids that did not have access to a computer and have often wondered how they got their assignments completed. When I asked my children what the kids without computers did they said that the teachers told them that they could go to a library. Well, that is an option. But, how are they going to get there when they have working parents, parents that just don't care, or for some transportation. I think that it is our job as parents and educators that every child is given the chance to learn.
By the way, Hammer, these social networking websites can be blocked so that the kids cannot access them.
As a parent with school aged children I think technology in the classroom is important. My kids are fortunate enough to have computers, unfortunately there are many that don't have this privilage. We have had many homework assignments and class projects that we could not have done without the help of a computer. It has been a constant learning tool in our home! I have to say that I agree with Hortiphile! Educate and empower our youth!
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