PlayingWithFire wrote:Madison wrote:PlayingWithFire wrote:Oh, and I'm aware in the above fence scenario that several parents in today's world would be mad at the guy and chew him out for grabbing their kid and making a big deal about what they feel is nothing
it is nothing, you were kids. I've always been a good kid and don't take a whole lot of risks in general, but it's absolutely unnecessary to chew a kid out over this. A good conversation with the parents would have done just as much if not more good.
First response. What a shocker.
Too tired to understand
It is a big deal. It's about respecting other people's property, as in respecting property that isn't yours. Too many parents fail to teach that basic fundamental to their children, so we end up with kids like the one who got shot in the story in this thread, simply because he had no respect for someone else's property.