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The future

Kinda scary:

The first wave of kids to be raised wearing bicycle helmets with their training wheels, use hand sanitizer obsessively, and be sent to the principal’s office for drawing a picture of a gun is now in college.

Yeah, good luck out there.

13 Responses to “The future”

  1. Blake Says:

    And ironically, seems to be close to the age of people protesting that life isn’t quite what they thought it would be.

  2. falnfenix Says:

    Yesterday, a friend’s wife posted a picture of the toy he bought his three-year-old: a squishy Tyrannosaurus Rex.

    She insists it’s scary. She (and so many other mothers like her) is WILLFULLY turning her son into a sissy. The “g-word” is never uttered in their house, and waterguns are verboten. This is our incredibly disturbing future.

  3. Weer'd Beard Says:

    And these soft-headed wastes of space are currently tenting out in a major city near you.

    Go figure.

  4. Alan Says:

    Fortunately kids always rebel against their parents.

  5. Crotalus Says:

    But not necessarily against the State, Alan. And the State is the enemy of parents everywhere.

  6. Crotalus Says:

    But not necessarily against the State, Alan. And the State is the enemy of parents everywhere.

    All your children are belong to us.

  7. Reloader Says:

    I remember when they tried to expel my son from school for fighting. The PTA President’s kid pulled a knife on him, he hit him across the face with a chair. Tried to expel him for damaging school property. No punishment for other knife-boy, until i got involved. Knifeboy expelled for 3 days, big deal.. My son, when asked if he was sorry, said he wished he could have hit him with a table. School was glad when all my kids graduated. bunch of scared wusses..

  8. countertop Says:

    My 9 year old doesn’t wear a helmet, never uses hand sanitizer (and licks his hands constantly – something we keep warning him about) and drew a picture of his dad hunting at school (topic was: draw your parent . . . he’s pretty slick too!)

  9. John Farrier Says:

    Lord help us when that generation begins actually teaching school.

  10. mikee Says:

    My daughter might notice the kids who were raised in such a stultified manner, but I seriously doubt they will in any way hinder her progress or delay her achievement. God help them if they try!

  11. Seerak Says:

    #5 Crotalus That’s why it’s called paternalism. The State is a jealous parent.

  12. comatus Says:

    They do all go to Beloit, though, don’t they?
    In just five years, the first generation to have never lived without the Mindset List will get their minds set there.

  13. Andrew Rothman Says:

    Countertop,

    Your kid should be wearing a helmet. Come on, basic safety isn’t nanny-stating, it’s simple prudence.

    Sheesh.