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    Originally Posted By DisneyChica

    lol DVC_dad. That does sound like a good idea (treating the good kids to ice cream)

    I've suggested selling our Atari on e-bay, simply because it hasn't been touched in years and it just takes up space. But my parents want to hang on to it. Who knows, maybe I'll inherit it and then I'll get to sell it!
     
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    Originally Posted By DVC_dad

    Well I just got back home with 4 happy kids and one very unhappy one. I went all out...we went to McDonalds and as i was driving away from the window I could feel my arteries clogging on just the SMELL.
     
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    Originally Posted By disney pete

    LOL @ DVC dad :)
     
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    Originally Posted By TomSawyer

    LOL DVC_dad - I have a feeling I know what part of the punishment your boy is going to remember the most.


    A friend of mine in Missouri did this exact thing when one of her kids got in trouble at school. After a few days of going for ice cream or playing at the arcade, her six year old asked the kid who got in trouble to get in trouble again so they could keep doing fun things with mommy after school.
     
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    Originally Posted By DVC_dad

    hahahahahaha !!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Originally Posted By mickey_ring

    Remember bicycle safety in the '70s???

    Reflectors as big as english muffins and orange flags on long sticks... Who was gonna be protected by that stuff?
     
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    Originally Posted By Kylesmom

    and only the "special" kids had bike helmets
     
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    Originally Posted By markcanada

    Sure our kids have it easier than we did. But can you imagine what our kids will be saying about how tough it was for them compared to their own kids 20 or 30 years from now? Sure we think they have nothing to complain about, just as our own parents think we had it so easy in comparison to them.
     
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    Originally Posted By alexbook

    "I was happier then and I had nothin'. We used to live in this tiny old house with great big holes in the roof."

    "House! You were lucky to live in a house! We used to live in one room, all twenty-six of us, no furniture, 'alf the floor was missing, and we were all 'uddled together in one corner for fear of falling."

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    ypython/four_yorkshiremen.htm</a>
     

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