G. Balcavage" <email@example.com>
A Goat? Maybe we should restrict viewing of TV also. What is good for sheep, or goats? Children are wiser than we are today. Let's give them supervision over what they do and we won't have to worry about what is available in the media. Possibly we need to look at what adults find appropriate for their viewing and then think about what we want our children to imitate. Why don't we want our young children exposed to the Net and content, when we have everything on our Nightly News programmed into our family rooms and living rooms. Let's have a dialog with our children and find out where they are coming from and going to. Do we want to teach our children to live happy, healthy lives, or just be courteous? --seen and not heard. Legislation only wets the appetite for young minds to wonder why? There really is nothing new under the Sun. Pride goes before a fall. Nothing really is written in Stone, or is it? firstname.lastname@example.org.