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Steve Mills

Any opinons on Society's transformation over the years of your life?

Posted Tuesday, May 22, 2012, at 6:41 AM
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  • I am not religious, but once society gives up, then the nation fails. I remember being able to watch TV with my children without any worries if they are going to see nudity, sex, or commercials that aren't appropriate.

    For an example, for the past few years we have watched America's Got Talent. There have been some acts where I have had to change the channel do to "their talent". But the show has gone down hill from there. Starting at 7pm, there is nothing on TV for children except for Disney channel if you have regular cable. You do not have access to cable/satellite, then there is nothing that is family friendly. Try it tonight, even if you do not have children. See how many shows are on, that you would allow a child under the age of 13 to watch.

    As for clothing, I never have to worry about my kids dressing inappropriately. But, I am so tired of seeing children dressing as if they should be standing on a corner for money. Parents cannot claim that they do not know that their children dress that way, because they purchase it for them. But the pants seem to drop lower and lower and skirts and shorts seem to be shrinking. It won't be long until kids start trying to dress like Miley did this past weekend, with just a jacket and a pair of shoes.

    -- Posted by -Beth- on Tue, May 22, 2012, at 11:21 AM
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