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Old 03-22-2007, 11:19 PM   #41
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This is why PDad and I make such a great team. He is the calm and cool one, where, well you all know, I get a little excited What scares our kids is just like Mos said, when Dad is calm and cool, then they know they are in trouble.
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Fair enough I am only 17 and dont have kids of my own THANK GOD
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That'* what I was thinking, rogers....

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This is why PDad and I make such a great team. He is the calm and cool one, where, well you all know, I get a little excited What scares our kids is just like Mos said, when Dad is calm and cool, then they know they are in trouble.
You guys play good cop/bad cop My parents were strict with me. My dad would take my brothers out behind the garage and beat their *** (as in punch their lights out). My dad is old school and you didn't mess around if he told you to do or not do something. All mom had to do was say "Wait til your father gets home." and they straightened up.

My mom tried threatening me with that but I knew my dad wouldn't let her do that to his baby girl :twisted
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all this over a party? the way I look at it BTW (I am a 17year old kid who is still doing the same things said above) If nothing got broken no one got hurt people just had a good time and got really drunk i see no need for punishment but thats just me
Wow, im 18 and I have also done my share of parties when my parents were not around, but even I dont agree with this. The fact still stands that he had a party and drank when he diddnt have consent. The punishment seems perfect to me. No driving for a month is good enough to get the point across.

But, I must say that i am very impressed with his level of responsibility. Obviously, the people he left in charge were people he could trust when he fell asleep. He doesnt seem like a bad kid at all. Much props to both of you.
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My parents were strict with me. My dad would take my brothers out behind the garage and beat their A$$ (as in punch their lights out). My dad is old school and you didn't mess around if he told you to do or not do something. All mom had to do was say "Wait til your father gets home." and they straightened up.

My mom tried threatening me with that but I knew my dad wouldn't let her do that to his baby girl

He may have been able to get away with that kind of violent behaviour back then but this is now.
Social Services will not permit any physical or mental abuse.

We found that out 5 years ago.......the hard way.

Ya, He is pretty good, considering I haven't been able to touch him since he was 10 years old............and I couldn't now even if I wanted to.
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...........and so ends another chapter of my life away from home in the big city of Vancouver British Columbia.


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