I find myself increasingly disappointed by the lack of common sense and overall poor judgement of many of today's teens.
I was walking with my brother a while ago across a bridge by our parent's house. On the side of the bridge a message had been posted for all to see. "Fuck bithez get money!"
Sorry, I don't know who that is or why there would be a monetary exchange for fornicating with them. Also, I'm pretty sure there should be a comma in there.
I am certain the "tagger" meant to write the word "bitches." It does not contain a Z but we all know how important it is in modern literature to replace our S's with Z's.
Not that long ago at my place of employment there was a job in which we had to ask people, over the phone, if they would be voting in the democratic primaries for State Congress and who they might be supporting. (Not really anyone's business but my droid-like positions asks us to do as we're told. Roger, roger)
One of my colleagues asked the supervisor which one was the republican running in the primaries.
You mean the democratic primary?
Who's the republican running in the democratic primary?
Clearly posted on our scripts, that had been spun so many times it would make a cotton candy machine jealous, it says, "in the DEMOCRATIC primaries, who would you be most likely to vote for?"
I don't claim to be the smartest person, by any means, (As a matter of fact, you'll come to find that I love to write but my punctuation and spelling are just not always up to snuff.) when it comes to any subject but I do know I'm not the dumbest.
Many people have become so caught up in the he said she said that no one focuses on the important issues. Even the simplest of things like whether or not your president is a republican or democrat are important to know.
The examples I use stem from a political standpoint but they are most certainly not limited to that one specific area.
Parents, future parents and children of parents or future parents; I urge you to put a little more stock in your offspring and teach them things like values, problem solving and literacy.
Television, toys, and public schooling can be great supplements but they are no replacement for the incredible impact parents have on a child's development.