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Re:One problem

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on February 04, 2006 12:13 AM
Especially not for your children. Imagine how you will affect the social life of your children, if you enforce such a rule on what they can use.

Yeah, and imagine what it would do to your poor, helpless tots if you deprive them of Windows: nothing bad.

Somehow, I managed to survive childhood without seeing every single item of Disney tripe the instant it was made available for sale. I suspect that yours would, as well. But if you're keen to make sure that they think and act exactly as their peer group does, then by all means get started teaching them to shotgun beer.


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