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Buka

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I find the Cancel Culture folks to be the same people who are the "time out" folks for their kids.

They all seem to raise socially unacceptable, unemployable brats.
 

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I find the Cancel Culture folks to be the same people who are the "time out" folks for their kids.

They all seem to raise socially unacceptable, unemployable brats.
Now that I know what it means I fully agree.
 

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I find the Cancel Culture folks to be the same people who are the "time out" folks for their kids.

They all seem to raise socially unacceptable, unemployable brats.
Not sure what you mean. I put my kids on time out and they turned out to be very nice, successful, happy adults. And they're both gainfully employed. So I guess I disagree. Kind of a broad, and ignorant brush you're painting wihn today.

I also couldn't have been more proud of them for both choosing to protest for BLM and also help clean up the mess.

And I have high hopes for my youngest. So far, she's kind, empathetic, and curious. I think she's going to do just fine, even with parents who are "time out" folks.
 

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Do you really know what it means? I wonder.
Of course you do. How could anyone else be right about anything. In seriousness, I do not know the history, details, or derivations. It it not too hard to understand the general idea though.
 

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Of course you do. How could anyone else be right about anything. In seriousness, I do not know the history, details, or derivations. It it not too hard to understand the general idea though.
lots of folks right about lots of things. You're just not generally one of them. It's cool, though. I can tell you pick some things up here and there.
 

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Not sure what you mean. I put my kids on time out and they turned out to be very nice, successful, happy adults. And they're both gainfully employed. So I guess I disagree.

We put kids (and grandkids) in time out too. Between us, we have ten kids. They're all adults now. They're all nice, successful, happy adults. And they're all gainfully employed.
 

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I find the Cancel Culture folks to be the same people who are the "time out" folks for their kids.

They all seem to raise socially unacceptable, unemployable brats.
What is a time out folk? Does that mean something unintuitive?
 

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What is a time out folk? Does that mean something unintuitive?
I took it to mean folks who put their kids on time out, with the presumption being that it is ineffective and leads to bratty kids who end up unemployed adults. But I may have misunderstood.
 

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Not sure what you mean. I put my kids on time out and they turned out to be very nice, successful, happy adults. And they're both gainfully employed. So I guess I disagree. Kind of a broad, and ignorant brush you're painting wihn today.

I also couldn't have been more proud of them for both choosing to protest for BLM and also help clean up the mess.

And I have high hopes for my youngest. So far, she's kind, empathetic, and curious. I think she's going to do just fine, even with parents who are "time out" folks.

Point taken, and actually appreciated. I find many are the exception, not the rule. But I wouldn’t put you in the category of what I’m speaking about.
 

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I move for ignoring this thread for as long as it takes for it to disappear into the catacombs again. All in favour, say 'aye'. Actually, no, all in favour say nothing, otherwise we'll never get rid of it.

I would love to. Unfortunately, since OP doesn't actually have an account anymore, I can't put it on ignore.
 

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Not sure what you mean. I put my kids on time out and they turned out to be very nice, successful, happy adults. And they're both gainfully employed. So I guess I disagree. Kind of a broad, and ignorant brush you're painting wihn today.

I also couldn't have been more proud of them for both choosing to protest for BLM and also help clean up the mess.

And I have high hopes for my youngest. So far, she's kind, empathetic, and curious. I think she's going to do just fine, even with parents who are "time out" folks.
You've met my kids?
 

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What is a time out folk? Does that mean something unintuitive?

I assumed it to mean the parents who refuse to spank their kids and call any kind of physical discipline to be physical abuse. Some kids just get stuck in a loop where they dig themselves a deeper and deeper hole where their behavior gets worse and worse, and they need a little bit of a shock to remind them that their behavior has consequences.

It obviously shouldn't be anything that causes lasting harm. It shouldn't be your go-to option (more of a last resort). And it should be followed up with a discussion (once the kid has calmed down).
 

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You've met my kids?

I disagree that joining racist causes is something to be proud of. But then again, you're pro-segregation, so I shouldn't be surprised.
 
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