klm672
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My Life On The Net, Sucks W/ My Parents (Read)

Sun Feb 03, 2002 3:43 am

Hello. Ok, this is bothering me, I am not aloud to do anything on the net. They will not let me:
*Have an email accound
*Go on chat
*Download planes for fs2002
*Get Yahoo Mess.
*Can't make my own website
to sum it up--
* No contact w/ other people (yup they don't know about this)

I've been deleting the history after I am done with the chat and have a secret email account, which I delete the history after I am done w/ that. My neighbors devoriced becuase the husband had an affare with a women on the net, and he keeps on meeting up w/ people from chats etc, they think me, a 15 year old will do the same as a 30 year old, who, not to be rude, is not all there up stairs, he had many brain problems... I am wondering if you (teens/parents) do the samething. I thing is EVERYONE AT MY SCHOOL WITH A COMPUTER HAS YAHOO MESSENGER, AN EMAIL ACCOUNT, MSN etc. They want me to make friends, and all that but will not me do it on the internet. Comments, help!?

Thanks
Andre
 
KROC
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 3:54 am

Dude. I think you are paying the price for someone else's mistakes. Someone not even in yoru family. All I can think of for you to do is just deal with it, and live on the net in Stealth Mode, or try and fight your parents on the issue. Should you choose to fight, you have to find an adult, grown up way to talk to your parents about this. You have to be diplomatic, and come off like you know what you are talking about.
 
EGGD
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 3:56 am

Yeah, its the same as paedophiles, if someones dumb enough to be taken in by a 50yo pretending to be a 12yo, thats their problem!

that sucks, my parents still think everyone on the internet are paedophiles, because of what they hear on internet/TV.
 
Guest

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Sun Feb 03, 2002 3:56 am

The internet will not help you make friends. To do that you have to go outside, hang out, and stay off the computer as much as possible.
I think the only rule my parents had was not to look up porn. I have meet a few very nice people from the internet, however I was very careful about meeting them. There are certainly risks involved in meeting people on the internet, you are essentially meeting a stranger. I am not planning on meeting anyone else on the internet, I just do not think it is that good of an idea.
Iain
 
bombstar
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 4:03 am

Okay, you should never let anyone, that includes your parents, tell you what to do. They obviously dont know what they're talking about (internet/pedophiles..etc) so you'll have to make the decision to go against them openly if you feel that you are being oppressed by them. Dont get me wrong, im not some rebellious kid or whatever, but i wont let anyone tell me what to do without good reason.
 
KROC
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 4:09 am

Give me a break Bombstar. As a kid growing up, your parents tell you what to do, because thats how you learn and grow as a person. At KLM's age, is when one should start to think on his own, and while is parents may tell him something, he should me able to mix in his own thoughts and experiences.
 
Matt D
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 4:17 am

This is really a non-issue IMO.

You spoiled, obnoxious ingrate spoiled little bastard you are.

As long as you are living under your parents roof, eating their food, watching their TV, and enjoying all of the little 'niceties' and amenities that they have paid for (including THEIR computer), you have absolutely no right whatsoever to complain.

If you don't like their rules, then you are free to leave. Or you can stay and enjoy everything. You can't have it both ways.

If you are a minor and can't afford to get a job and live on your own, then you have no argument.
 
KROC
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 4:41 am

Matt D. You gotta lotta balls, errrr maybe lack there of. You, IYO opinion diss this kid, over more or less a valid issue. Yet isn't it you that pretty much every other week are on here posting about your latest failure errrrrr problems with a chick? How you met one shick, but like her roommate. Or you met some chick, who actually likes you and wanted to sleep in your bed and you were annoyed by this. Or you got this one chick, but it took too long to blow her up, or blah Blah BLAH. Well IMO you are no different that this kid you are insulting, because YOU post all your "trivial" women troubles and crap up here too.
 
strickerje
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RE: My Life On The Net, Sucks W/ My Parents (Read)

Sun Feb 03, 2002 4:43 am

Whoa, that's pretty harsh. You really don't know that he hasn't earned money and paid for his own computer; you're just making that assumption. But I don't think that's really an issue anyway. I think that if he feels that a rule is unfair, he should have the right to at least talk to his parents about it. Surely just talking can cause no harm... They may not know how he feels, in which case a calm, civilized discussion would help. But isn't it a bit presumptuous to call him a "spoiled, obnoxious ingrate spoiled little bastard?" (Oh, and slightly off the subject, but I'm a bit curious-- why'd you say spoiled twice?)
 
174thfwff
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 4:52 am

My parents taught me the difference between strangers and friends when I was 3 years old. They trust my judgment. I do not give my real name on these forums or anyplace except to buy crap off a secure website.
Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Staten, Uptown, what now? Lets make it happen.
 
CPDC10-30
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 5:14 am

How do they monitor your computer activities so much? I never had that problem because I bought every computer I've ever owned and my parents couldn't (and probably wouldn't) interfere. Its too bad your parents don't have any trust in you...or maybe they're just paranoid.

And BTW...don't forget to clean out the cookies too!
 
EGGD
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 5:15 am

I built my computer and pay for my internet connection, no problem here  Big grin
 
bombstar
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 5:24 am

Matt D, KROC

You guys dont know me, I pay for a lot of my own things, and this isnt a issue about how you use your parents resources (computer/tv/whatever) this is an issue of parents trying to control your lives, (e.g friends...etc). In my mind, it is none of anyone elses business, and I will do what i want to do, even if i have no computer, tv, whatever, i can live with that, but not with anyone telling me what to do. KROC you really need to get over things, you still wont get off my back, i dont care anymore, i never insult you in any way, maybe its time you think about what your saying.
 
Turbolet
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 5:34 am

Ur parents suck.
I could have beaten the living hell out of my parents when I came out with cigarettes in front of them and they told me I'd either stop or they wouldn't let me go out in the weekends.
I could beat the living hell out of my parents when they tell me to get offline every evening.
I could beat the living hell out of my parents when they preach to me about the unimportance of a relationship at 15 years of age.
Otherwise I get on really well with my parents. Actually I'm exaggerating things a bit with beating the living hell out of my parents but we do have arguments sometimes.... often really. But that's a normal part of growing up I guess.
KLM672, ur parents are paranoid and should see a shrink.
-turbolet
 
KROC
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 5:36 am

Bombstar, your presence is insulting. Or maybe thats revolting. Either way, when your 10 years old, and growing up. You listen to your parents, because thats what kids do. You haven't learned anything. It's obvious. I feel sorry for your parents.
 
klm672
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 5:37 am

Thanks for all the responces. Yup, this is not my computer, although I did put $100 or so into buying it and i pay for half when we get it repaired etc. I would love to get out, but I live on a dirt road out in the "boones" of Vermont, USA. All my friends are 20 minutes away (driving), and I bet they are online as much, on the chat using their email etc. When I do talk to my friends and tell them that I maybe on and off at times, because I hear my parents feet coming up the stairs they think its weird that I can't do anything on the net. Before all my neighbors problems my parents would let me and my cousin go on the chats they would let me go fly on the zone, talk to people (with roger wilco, which is a talking by voice program) and then it seemed like all of a suddent that they would not let me do anything on the net. I guess they think I just look at airplane pictures here on airliners.net or something. I really wonder what they think I do.
Thanks again, will write more later...
 
bombstar
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 5:39 am

KROC,
Whatever man  Insane You obviously dont know me very well. When a kid like KLM is being oppressed to that extent, you can't expect anyone to just sit there and take that sh*t. I know a girl thats 15, she's so over-protected, she's not allowed on the phone, or in her backyard, and she doesnt have many friends. What the hell is that? Seriously, you are not in the kind of position to debate about this topic if you havent experienced anything as extreme as what ive just described.
 
klm672
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 6:01 am

MONDAY: I will download Yahoo Messenger, and take it from there.
 
DE727UPS
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 3:10 pm

Your parents are being overly protective. I grew up before the internet was invented and didn't know anyone who could give me advice towards becoming a professional pilot. I made some mistakes that might have been prevented if I had a mentor. I've met a few kids from the computer and it's always been okay....you have to use extra caution but, as a 15 year old, you are old enough to take care of yourself in a public situation. It looks like you ignored MattD's comments....good choice. I'm on MSN messenger if you happen to download it.
 
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 3:14 pm

It looks like you ignored MattD's comments....good choice

The best damn advice I have seen yet.
 
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 3:22 pm

Whiners get their way...and this forum is absolutely chock full of whiners these days. If I wanted to hear this cry baby shit, I would go back to Jr. High school. "Girls don't like me, my parents discipline me..." boo hoo hoo. As a parent, let me tell you that if you really are as smart as you think you are, move out and take care of yourself while you still know everything. Until you are ready to do that, you are obligated to abide by your parents edicts...out of respect if nothing else. You could try something like a little bit of graditude for the things your parents do do for you. For instance, I doubt you bought that computer yourself, did you?
 
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 3:27 pm

Let's see, no respect for parents, break rules that you don't like, lie to parents etc... Sounds like you are growing up to be a right fine gentlemen, Bombstar. That is called sarcasm, btw. I agree with KROC and MattD on this one.
 
bombstar
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 3:38 pm

Toadpipe,
I suggest you dont assume things you dont know about.
 
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Sun Feb 03, 2002 7:00 pm

Wow, you are unlucky! My parents let me set up an E-Mail account when I was quite young! They just told me not to give my name and address which I didn't except to sign up for a few services here and there. (Just half of my name). My mom even encourages me to set up a webpage! Well, my family is quite Tech-Savy. There are 5 of us. Normally 4 of us use the computers. Mostly it's Me and my mom use the computers. But we still need 2 computers with internet. Sometimes that's even not enough! Big grin I'm telling you, my family loves the computer! Big thumbs up
 
klm672
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Mon Feb 04, 2002 6:08 am

Man, I would love to be you 9V-SVE! I'll tell more Monday when I get Yahoo Messenger.....
 
174thfwff
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Mon Feb 04, 2002 6:30 am

Yea, same here 9V-SVE...u guys build your own computers?
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lubcha132
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RE: My Life On The Net, Sucks W/ My Parents (Read)

Mon Feb 04, 2002 12:30 pm

introduce your parents to the world of Anti-Virus software.
 
klm672
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 8:45 am

Yes, we have that. I did not get a chance to download yahoo messenger today, I will shoot for Wed or Thurs. And from now on I WILL NOT DELETE MY CHAT HISTORY!
 
vafi88
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 11:00 am

Fight your parents! You gotta stand up to them because they're going to treat you like that all of your life if you don't let them know that you're not the person, or will not be the person, that your parents want you to be. Tell your parents that you're going to get all (or most) of the things they do not allow and tell them if they quit looking at other people, that they really don't know you or don't care about you (even if that's not true) Take A Stand!
I'd like to elect a president that has a Higher IQ than a retarted ant.
 
Twotterwrench
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 11:13 am

Oh yeah, great advice from another spoiled, undisciplined, ungrateful teenage brat. Your parents obviously didn't smack you on the ass often enough either.
 
bombstar
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 11:31 am

Whatever Twotter,
personally, i dont think youre in the position or have the experience to make such an ignorant statement like that.
 
KROC
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 11:35 am

Spliff errrrr Bombstar. Look at Twotters age. Chances are, he has the experience to back up what he is talking about.
 
174thfwff
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 11:40 am

Twotterwrench,
that was very immature for a guy over 20.
" Your parents obviously didn't smack you on the ass often enough either."
Infact that was very uncalled for.

Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Staten, Uptown, what now? Lets make it happen.
 
KROC
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 11:41 am

Obviously, you didn't receive enough smacks either 174thfwff.
 
174thfwff
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 11:48 am

KROC,
I realy hope you enjoy making fun of my parents ability to raise me.
Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Staten, Uptown, what now? Lets make it happen.
 
KROC
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 11:53 am

Actually I do. Is that a bad thing?

I hope YOU enjoy your ability to critisize Twotterwrench as well.
 
bombstar
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 11:57 am

KROC

By experience i mean being oppressed to the extreme as described by KLM. nothing to do with age!
 
Twotterwrench
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 12:02 pm

I am raising 3 very well behaved, unspoiled kids. And, they are disciplined when it is required. Why do I discipline them? Because I love them and want them to be successful in life. If more parents got a handle on their children, we wouldn't have the problems we have with kids running wild and showing no respect for their elders like we do now. My kids wouldn't dream of calling an adult by their first name. Old fashioned you say? Not at all. Merely respectful for their elders, the way they should be. If they don't say please, they don't get what they are asking for. They only watch what we allow them too on TV because most of what is on is crap and I don't want my kids heads filled with such garbage. The result of my discipline is this: my kids are kids that people like being around. I get complimented everyday on how well behave they are and how polite they are. The will get good jobs and be successful because I raise them to know the value of hard work and earning what you have instead of parents like yours who give you whatever you want and then wonder why you are such a spoiled little shit. If you were my kid, I would put you over my knee and smack you til you couldn't walk. The fact that you talk about defying your parents shows you don't know a god damn thing. As to not having the experience to justify what I say, I was once a teenager too. The difference is that I learned from my parents because I obeyed them and listened to what they had to say. They really honestly do know a whole shit load more than you do. As to keeping kids off the net, I think that is a great idea. I let my kids use the computer, but only while I am there with them. Why? Because I love them and the internet can be a dangerous place. My hats are off to your parents for standing up for what they believe to be right. Someday you will understand why they did that.
 
KROC
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 12:06 pm

Well said Twotterwrench.
 
Twotterwrench
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 12:10 pm

Thank you, sir. I appreciate that.
 
KROC
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 12:16 pm

When it comes to raising kids. You get it. Too many people now a days don't. There needs to be more parents like you in this world, because then maybe there will be allot less jacked up kids. Bombstar, no disrespect, but from what we know about you on here, your parents have a.) either failed, b.) you have not listened at all, and your parents have failed to take action, or c.) a combo of both.
 
174thfwff
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 12:17 pm

I call elders by their first name when they ask me to. This shows to me that they respect me enough so I can do so.

Also discipline doesn't have to be full of smackings. I never got punished a day in my life. I do not go around and shoot up, kill people, fail every class.

"The will get good jobs and be successful because I raise them to know the value of hard work and earning what you have instead of parents like yours who give you whatever you want and then wonder why you are such a spoiled little shit. If you were my kid, I would put you over my knee and smack you til you couldn't walk. "

Please stop attacking Bombstar Twotterwrench and KROC. He is not your son, and he does have different rules.

And please stop with your insults to me KROC, I did nothing to make you upset.

Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Staten, Uptown, what now? Lets make it happen.
 
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 12:27 pm

I still call my elders Mr or Mrs so and so...it is respectful no matter how old you are. My kids are not allowed to call adults by their first name, ever. And I won't apologize to a snot nosed brat like you for that. Adults who allow you to call them by their first name are not showing you respect, they are doing you a grave disservice.

I haven't had to spank any of my kids for several years and here's why: they know I will so they don't disobey. My kids are the best and I give my wife and I full credit for that. The way kids turn out is wholly the parents responsibility. That is also why I fully support making parents pay for the crimes their children commit, either monetarily or by going to jail themselves. We need to find a way to get parents back in the business of raising well behaved kids and treating them as equals is not the answer.

I am not in any way shape or form my kids "friend." I am their father and by being their "buddy" I wouldn not be being a good father. They are not my equal. I owe them no respect. In fact, they do not deserve anything at all. They get what they get from me out of love and when I show them respect, it is because they have earned it. It is the same thing with you 174 and bombstar, I don't respect you because you haven't earned it. You don't earn respect just by being alive... no one owes you that. You want to be respected, do something to deserve it. And if you ever call me by my first name, you will not have my respect in any way shape or form.
 
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 12:42 pm

Twotterwrench,
This is insane. I did not ask you to apologize. I just stated what I do. Thats it. I should get 0 respect from anyone older then me? Unbelievable. I go into burning buildings to save people I don't know and that isn't respectful? I stick up for a kid who is getting slammed into the ground by 2 older men because of the way he gave his OPINION!

I am going to refrain from saying anything about your parenting skills...because that is the way you choose to raise your kids. Not my business to get into your business.

By calling me a snot nosed brat I hope you take a look as to how you approached the situation. I said it was immature and uncalled for to say "Your parents obviously didn't smack you on the ass often enough either." , because it is not any of your business how Bombstar was brought up. Telling someone that is stupid. Your parents should have hit you more...wow. That is like me telling you "You parents should have raped you more."

How stupid does that sound? I hope it sounds very stupid because it mocks you and your parents way of life.

Also please Stop calling me names please.
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Twotterwrench
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 12:46 pm

Discipline and rape are not the same thing little boy. Saying so shows how little you really understand. I have never "hit" my kids. And I never will. I will spank them if they need it, but that is not the same thing. And when I say your parents should have spanked you, I meant it. Sounds to me like they still need to,.
 
KROC
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 12:50 pm

174. Relax bro. I am not attacking you, I have nothing against you. From what I can tell on here, you are a pretty cool person. But, you took a shot on Twotter because you disagreed with his opinion, or comment. Well, all I did to you, was what you did to him. Don't read to deep into things, when there is no need to. I was never really punished or anything as well, and I turned out pretty good. Thing is, I listened, and respected my parents, and in turn, earned there's. Bombstar telling some kid to basically tell his parents to go scratch is absurd.

Twotter. I agree with damn near everything you have said. To this day, I have a hard time calling elders by their first names if they want me too. Even people I work with. I could never call my ex-in-laws Judy or Zeno. It was always Mr. or Mrs..... There is nothing wrong with being your kids friend, but like you said, you are there father. That should be first priority. I think somewhat if a balance is needed, so the kids can feel easy talking to you about something like drugs (which obviously Bombstars parents didn't do), and such.

I don't think me and Twotter are attacking Bombstar. I am only 25, so I am still close to the younger generation, but Bombstar telling KLM to out right defy his parents is out of line. If Bombstar missed a few hugs growing up...sorry dude, but don't go thinking every kid needs to rebel. If that was the case, there would be allot more Menendez Brothers around.
 
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 12:52 pm

I know they are different Twotterwrench, my point for saying that is that I believe that it's absurd to tell someone that they should have been hit more as a child.
Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Staten, Uptown, what now? Lets make it happen.
 
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 12:52 pm

this is easy to solve. when i go to sites I am not allowed to  Wink/being sarcastic  Acting devilish, I delete the history ad get ride of all the cookies. its that simple, and they will never know.  Smile/happy/getting dizzy
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KROC
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 12:52 pm

With all due respect 174th, what experience do you have in rearing children that you can critisize a tried and true method like spanking? Dude is not taking a switch to his kids. Give me a break.
 
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Tue Feb 05, 2002 12:56 pm

Of course I don't believe what he said!!! I am in awe right now.
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