People always talk about 6-year-olds working in coal mines like that was a bad thing. But those tunnels were narrow; a grown-up would have gotten stuck. That’s called problem-solving, y’all. Did these bleeding-heart “children’s advocates” want everyone to be cold? Didn’t they see Jim Carrey’s “A Christmas Carol”? Shit got chilly back then. Coal was [...]
I have just experienced the most mind-numbingly painful moments of my life. No, I did not experience some odd medical phenomena that turned me into a human vegetable. But I did just listen to music that had the same affect. I was on the verge of jamming a pencil into my eardrums to stop such horrid sounds from being able to penetrate my mind when it at last, the terrible noises ended.
So, what do you do when you, a lifelong Red Sox fan, find your son’s Yankees cap? Or when you, a die-hard Packers fan, find your daughter’s Vikings jersey?
Bieber fever: a condition that causes young people to obsess over the tween sensation, listen to his music at almost every chance they get, and lose focus on everything else. It can range from being a phase to a very serious condition.
We’ve all seen those lists on websites managed by paranoid parents warning about TV shows that kids shouldn’t watch, like Teletubbies or Sesame Street, because it will poison their minds and turn them gay (or worse, liberal). Well, I’m here to share with you a list of TV shows meant for adults that you should allow, and even encourage, your kids to watch.
I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but childhood obesity (and obesity in general) is a huge problem in this country. I could list off endless stats about how these lifestyle trends which include chemically-altered food and inactivity are endangering the physical wellbeing of our nation’s children, but that would take up a dozen pages and nobody wants to read that.