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Thursday, May 22, 2008
What Happened To It?
Mood:  quizzical
Topic: Thoughts about Life

What ever became of those days when parents knew how to make their kids behave?

When I was growing up back in the age of the Dinosouse when I misbehaved I was given plenty of opportunity to "Straighten up" before I paid dire consequences.  If I didn't the result useually ended up with my rubbing my ass and crying.  That isn't the case today as everyone knows and, look at what it's done to today's kids.

I'll admit it, my father went overboard sometimes when beating my ass and, it left me with emotional scars BUT I got the message too.  The message being; "I got what I deserved for disobeying" I've grown into what I personally feel is a Responsible Adult, one who respects authority and, I stive to be a Peace Loving person.  Which I can see isn't where most of the kids today are headed.

You can't spank your kids today for fear of prosicution. Child Psychologists and others in conjunction with Lawmakers have outlawed it.  The only recourse open to you these days it to Yell at them and, we all know what good yelling does now don't we?  Yelling can also be construed as "Abuse" especially if you use what can be considered as "Hurtful" tones or words, so in many cases that's not even an option for disaplining your kids. What are we to do then?  Unfortunately there is little we can do accept stand by and watch our kids grow into undisaplined, unruley and, more likely than not an irresononsible adult. An adult who more often than not ends up using drugs, comminting major crimes and ends up in prison and why, because parents today aren't allowed to use proper disabline like they did when I was growing up.

I say, "Screw the laws! If you child gets out of control, turn them over your knee and bust that little ass they carry on them".  I promise you it will only sting for a few minutes and it'll certainly work in straightening their acts up.

Posted by Moose at 9:34 AM EDT
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Wednesday, January 24, 2007
Mood:  hug me
Topic: Thoughts about Life

Hugs are a form of communication whether people realize it or not.  A hug can say and mean more that the spoken word. 

Though words can and do bring comfort to a person a hug who gets hugged feels its benifits instantly and deeply.  Some hugs say, "Hi, I'm so happy to see you".  Others say things like, "I'm so sorry", "Good bye", "Congratulations" and, so many other things without a single word being uttered. 

In my opinion the most powerful and meaningful hug is that one that says, "I Love you!".  Every human being, whether they admit it or not needs to feel that kind of hug once in a while.  It makes them feel wanted, needed and loved.  It also makes them want to love someone.  To feel the love that comes from such a hug brings happiness, joy and well-being to a person, especially if that person is feeling extremely lonely and unloved. 

I sure could use one of those right now :(

Posted by Moose at 3:29 PM EST
Updated: Friday, April 25, 2008 12:48 PM EDT
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Friday, January 19, 2007
Are They Ignorant or just Unexucated?
Mood:  d'oh
Topic: Thoughts about Life

I really can't figure some people out.  I quite often run across people with normal or, "Perfect" vision that seem to have a more serious problem then I do.  I can't figure if they are ignorant or just don't know better. 

I can't count the amount of times that I've encounterd people on the street who when I'm alone tend to shout at me while talking.  They think that because I can't see them that I'm also deaf I suppose.  If I'm with another person who is sighted and encounter a stranger and that stranger wants to speak to me they tend to ask the sighted person standing next to me, placing me in the their person roll.  "Is he toally Blind", Does he feed or clothe himself" and, my favorite, "ist that his dog that's guiding him?" 

It rally makes me shake my head in amazment sometimes.

Posted by Moose at 3:35 PM EST
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