Type B personality kids are being produced by Type A people. Why? Hour upon hour in front of the TV. Then there's lots of computer time. Need I mention video games? Next time you're visiting friends who have kids, check out what's available for their leisure reading. They're brainless. Passive. No drive, little ambition. You reap what you sow. .. .it's all about endless hours doing basically nothing.
Get this. A friend who knows grandaughter Gracie asked what she could get for her upcoming birthday.
Wifey: Head over to B and N and buy a book appropriate for her age group . .. like 9 to 12 years of age.
Friend: She already has a book. I want her to have something fun.
She already has a book?! In our home Gracie has well over 50 hardcover books, most of which she's read. Grace could always use and would love another. . .. and another. .. and another.....
I think that's how many others look at what kids need: If they have one book why buy another? Forget seeing that they have books in their hands that engender critical thinking skills and that challenge the imagination. Forget there's vocabulary building in each and every book. But don't forget that we live in a world that thrives on texting and e-mails that are full of misspelled words and abbreviations. .. LOL, IMHO, WTF!. .. etc. In the midst of all of that, does anyone know the difference between and the proper use of: your and you're . . or to, two and too? It's safe to assume that all know how to use the term LMFAO!
Well, I'm laughing my fucking ass off over any of this.
The Far Side Cartoon here .. .. means this: The road to hell is always paved with good intentions.
If you think our world and government is a mess now, just you wait and see when the Type B kids rule the world. . . the ones who have been raised on a steady diet of food with no nutritional value, who have spent the majority of their waking hours not communicating directly with anyone other than texting and e-mail, but who are primarily proficient in video gaming and knowing the plot of each and every Twilight episode.
Thank you, parents!