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Kids these days
Sunny
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I have a relative that is a mentor/counselor for kids that have drug and alcohol problems.

She was telling me a story today about a kid she is mentoring who is only 13 and already has substance abuse problems and he just got into trouble again.

He was suspended from school.. You know why? He was having a contest with his friends over who could get the most slips to see the principle by getting in trouble in class.
He got 26 before he was suspended, the record that he was trying to beat was 40!
Why are they putting up with these kids in school if the only reason they are there is to get into trouble. How are the other kids supposed to get an education when this is going on?
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RE: Kids these days
Sunny  Wrote: (04-01-2012 12:53 AM)
I have a relative that is a mentor/counselor for kids that have drug and alcohol problems.

She was telling me a story today about a kid she is mentoring who is only 13 and already has substance abuse problems and he just got into trouble again.

He was suspended from school.. You know why? He was having a contest with his friends over who could get the most slips to see the principle by getting in trouble in class.
He got 26 before he was suspended, the record that he was trying to beat was 40!
Why are they putting up with these kids in school if the only reason they are there is to get into trouble. How are the other kids supposed to get an education when this is going on?

The kid who started the contest was fascinated with the subject of authority, and wanted to learn more. The rest of the class, the principle, the teacher, the councilor, and YOU also learned something new.
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RE: Kids these days
Sunny  Wrote: (04-01-2012 12:53 AM)
I have a relative that is a mentor/counselor for kids that have drug and alcohol problems.

She was telling me a story today about a kid she is mentoring who is only 13 and already has substance abuse problems and he just got into trouble again.

He was suspended from school.. You know why? He was having a contest with his friends over who could get the most slips to see the principle by getting in trouble in class.
He got 26 before he was suspended, the record that he was trying to beat was 40!
Why are they putting up with these kids in school if the only reason they are there is to get into trouble. How are the other kids supposed to get an education when this is going on?

No Child Left Behind.
The little snowFLAKES might be scarred for life if they experience authority and discipline. They might turn out bad if they aren't allowed to express themselves. Pent up emotions could manifest in criminal beha.... oh, wait.....
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The problem with kids these days is old folks always tell them there worthless. In my experience baby boomers are highly judgmental people. Not all but the vast majority.
Believe in the kids so they can believe in themselves.
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Gibbie
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RE: Kids these days
Sunny  Wrote: (04-01-2012 12:53 AM)
I have a relative that is a mentor/counselor for kids that have drug and alcohol problems.

She was telling me a story today about a kid she is mentoring who is only 13 and already has substance abuse problems and he just got into trouble again.

He was suspended from school.. You know why? He was having a contest with his friends over who could get the most slips to see the principle by getting in trouble in class.
He got 26 before he was suspended, the record that he was trying to beat was 40!
Why are they putting up with these kids in school if the only reason they are there is to get into trouble. How are the other kids supposed to get an education when this is going on?

Education my ass. Parents these days look at school like it is day care. They're like... not my problem!

Challenge your programming.
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Ohio Dude
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Even black and white movies mention how 'kids these days' are the worst. It's the same every generation.
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Gibbie
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-01-2012 01:49 AM)
The problem with kids these days is old folks always tell them there worthless. In my experience baby boomers are highly judgmental people. Not all but the vast majority.
Believe in the kids so they can believe in themselves.

Not trying to defend baby boomers but few of them are parents of kids in k-12 schools now days.

Baby boomers suck but their offspring are even worse.

Challenge your programming.
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Frak
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My kids are next to perfect.... good grades, no trouble... my son is even in an accelerated learning program that ensures a scholarship. Some of it might be genetics but I tend to think it's also parenting Rofl
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RE: Kids these days
Gibbie  Wrote: (04-01-2012 01:52 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-01-2012 01:49 AM)
The problem with kids these days is old folks always tell them there worthless. In my experience baby boomers are highly judgmental people. Not all but the vast majority.
Believe in the kids so they can believe in themselves.

Not trying to defend baby boomers but few of them are parents of kids in k-12 schools now days.

Baby boomers suck but their offspring are even worse.

I'm baby boomer off spring. Heartflowers
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RE: Kids these days
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-01-2012 01:53 AM)
Gibbie  Wrote: (04-01-2012 01:52 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-01-2012 01:49 AM)
The problem with kids these days is old folks always tell them there worthless. In my experience baby boomers are highly judgmental people. Not all but the vast majority.
Believe in the kids so they can believe in themselves.

Not trying to defend baby boomers but few of them are parents of kids in k-12 schools now days.

Baby boomers suck but their offspring are even worse.

I'm baby boomer off spring. Heartflowers

So am I Heartflowers well almost.. mom and dad were born during WWII

Challenge your programming.
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Sunny
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RE: Kids these days
I just remember when I was in school they actually did kick you out for disciplinary action. I think 3 notes to the office and you're out. Poasemfh

No way would a kid ever get 23-40 notes.

Trouble makers were not idolized or thought of as "cool" either.
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RE: Kids these days
Human nature is for old folks fearing their on mortality cast judgement on young people to make their own life more valuable. Physiology 101 actually.

Kids these days are smart lil fuckerz. My 8 and 6 year olds are lightyears ahead of me at that age. Kids are really smart and racism is dead very soon. As soon as the old folks kick it. Kids have a great future ahead of them. They will create a much better world.
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RE: Kids these days
Sunny  Wrote: (04-01-2012 01:56 AM)
I just remember when I was in school they actually did kick you out for disciplinary action. I think 3 notes to the office and you're out. Poasemfh

No way would a kid ever get 23-40 notes.

Trouble makers were not idolized or thought of as "cool" either.
In my school they busted your ass with a big ass paddle.... it only took once and I decided it would be better to conform chuckle
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RE: Kids these days
Sunny  Wrote: (04-01-2012 01:56 AM)
I just remember when I was in school they actually did kick you out for disciplinary action. I think 3 notes to the office and you're out. Poasemfh

No way would a kid ever get 23-40 notes.

Trouble makers were not idolized or thought of as "cool" either.

My kids are cool.
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RE: Kids these days
Sounds like some of the games that go on here. Jhikpghf
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