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(Natural News)   Back in the day, parents allowed their kids to ride their bicycles to school, climb their neighbors' trees, or play at the local park by themselves without adult supervision. Today, they could be arrested and jailed for doing the same   (naturalnews.com) divider line 87
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2012-09-15 06:49:50 PM
yay progress
 
2012-09-15 06:55:54 PM
So those parents who lock their kids in the closet or basement are doing the right thing now? awesome.
 
2012-09-15 06:59:11 PM
No links to the original story AND Alex Jones involvement?

Not farking sketchy at ALL.

OOH! A "Stasi" reference. High quality work!
 
2012-09-15 08:29:06 PM

mediablitz: No links to the original story AND Alex Jones involvement?

Not farking sketchy at ALL.

OOH! A "Stasi" reference. High quality work!


Yep. Nothing at all sketchy about any story involving Alex Jones.
 
2012-09-15 10:38:54 PM
I'm glad I grew up when I did.

THE 80s!
 
2012-09-15 10:50:20 PM

Bathia_Mapes: mediablitz: No links to the original story AND Alex Jones involvement?

Not farking sketchy at ALL.

OOH! A "Stasi" reference. High quality work!

Yep. Nothing at all sketchy about any story involving Alex Jones.


Well, they did include a link to the lady in Texas, and that story checks out:

Link

The source for the mother from Virginia seems to be a letter written to the "free range kids" website, although the only record of it I can find is on the agitator.com website:

Link
 
2012-09-15 11:30:41 PM
A sad and ridiculous sign of the times.
 
2012-09-15 11:59:50 PM
There are a lot more people in the world now than there were back then.
 
2012-09-16 12:34:35 AM
Heh. Part of me is cringing that the broken VCR might be flashing 12:00 like usual... except that right now, it's 12:00. Of course, this might be one of the places that I'm most liable to fall for extreme stories; my biggest fear as a parent isn't that my kid is going to be molested by someone close to them, or that they're going to get hit by a car as they cross the street, but that I'm going to say "Go outside and play! Go climb a tree or something.", my kid will do that, then some other parent will call childrens' services on me because climbing trees is dangerous.

And I'll have to decide whether to spend a decade trying to prove that I'm not a bad father because I let my kid climb a tree, go bankrupt due to legal fee's and not be able to afford to send my kids to university, or to just grit my teeth and say "I am a bad father, I'm sorry, I'll change." and hope that abasing myself to such lunacy will be enough to make it look for someone else to bother.
 
2012-09-16 02:26:01 AM
farm5.staticflickr.com
 
2012-09-16 04:35:56 AM
Back in the day when I was young, I'm not a kid anymore, but some days I sit and wish I was a kid again...
 
2012-09-16 04:40:46 AM
i rode a Harley Davidson when i was a kid ..
 
2012-09-16 04:41:59 AM
Good god. As kids we played on 7 foot high (at least) monkey bars over bare asphalt all of the time, rode our Big Wheels down steep narrow streets, were allowed to pretty much go where ever we wanted as long as we were back by dark (or called to say that we were going to be late) and a whole host of other things (including climbing 50+ foot tall trees) that todays parents would probably have an aneurysm over it their precious snowflake even suggested that they do the same.

If your kid breaks because he\she did something stupid then that's just Darwin culling the herd. Go make another kid and hopefully the genes will work out better the next time around.
 
2012-09-16 04:44:06 AM
I smell onions.
 
2012-09-16 04:44:53 AM

othmar: i rode a Harley Davidson when i was a kid ..


I imagine you'd still get in more trouble from the owner than the cops on that one nowadays, those things are expensive and the cops will mostly just find it funny.
 
2012-09-16 04:44:55 AM
Back in the day, I used to bullseye womp rats in my T-16.
 
2012-09-16 04:49:45 AM
Does this mean I can I have the state execute my parents for the insurance money? I may be in my 30s, but I'm unsupervised and immature. Think of the me!
 
2012-09-16 04:52:44 AM

Radioactive Ass: Good god. As kids we played on 7 foot high (at least) monkey bars over bare asphalt all of the time, rode our Big Wheels down steep narrow streets, were allowed to pretty much go where ever we wanted as long as we were back by dark (or called to say that we were going to be late) and a whole host of other things (including climbing 50+ foot tall trees) that todays parents would probably have an aneurysm over it their precious snowflake even suggested that they do the same.

If your kid breaks because he\she did something stupid then that's just Darwin culling the herd. Go make another kid and hopefully the genes will work out better the next time around.


The worst thing is I've fallen victim, more or less, to this attitude... (begin CSB?)

My youngest is a klutz, pure and simple. He also likes to climb trees, monkey bars, fences, etc... So you can guess what has happened... Over the course of 3 years we had to make ER trips at least 5 times due to possible broken bones or concussions...

So one day CPS shows up with the cops... Thanks to my custody battle with my ex over my oldest 2 and other issues with CPS, I have no love for them, to say the least... The cop is fine with us taking all questions outside on the front porch, and even agrees with me as to my recent spat of punishments, saying he'd do the same in my book, and the CPS guy is writing everything down... I almost refused to even let them come into the house since they supposedly HAD to have photos of my youngest without his shirt...

Of course, all allegations come back unfounded, especially after the cop is agreeing with me...

Then again, I made sure to tell my wife and eveyone else in the house that the CPS people will NEVER come into the house unless I'm there, and I'd better see a warrant next time... I've heard too many horror stories from people I know, that CPS came in without a warrant or whatever, based on the fact that the homeowner gave permission the first time around... And that's just 1 of several...

Ok, maybe NOT so CSB...
 
2012-09-16 04:53:58 AM

Radioactive Ass: Good god. As kids we played on 7 foot high (at least) monkey bars over bare asphalt all of the time, rode our Big Wheels down steep narrow streets, were allowed to pretty much go where ever we wanted as long as we were back by dark (or called to say that we were going to be late) and a whole host of other things (including climbing 50+ foot tall trees) that todays parents would probably have an aneurysm over it their precious snowflake even suggested that they do the same.

If your kid breaks because he\she did something stupid then that's just Darwin culling the herd. Go make another kid and hopefully the genes will work out better the next time around.


When we were in gradeschool some show off kid face planted off the monkey bars onto the asphalt during recess. Our teacher stuffed wet paper towels in his mouth, gave him an ice pack and called his mother. After he went home the rest of us were given talks about safety and personal responsibility.
That sure as hell wouldn't happen now.
 
2012-09-16 05:00:39 AM
WARNING: Alex Jones reference in article.
 
2012-09-16 05:04:16 AM
That site sounds sounds perfectly reasonable, especially with articles like the one about how the Colorado theater shooting was a government plot to promote gun control.
 
2012-09-16 05:10:59 AM
"Be back in the yard when the streetlights come on"

"Don't get killed"

"Don't blow up any more GI Joe aircraft carriers with gasoline... the melted plastic will never come off the street"

That was a pretty comprehensive list of the rules

/yes, we really filled the USS Flagg with gas and blew it, and most of our Joes, transformers and go-bots up in one massive labor day weekend toy-death fest. End of summer, end of innocence, friends going off to private high schools.
 
2012-09-16 05:16:14 AM
Time to stop teaching or even uttering the phrase that America is the best or land of the free and all that nonsence. This article is fine example of what a steaming turd it really in fact is.
 
2012-09-16 05:17:51 AM
CSB: When my brother and I were very young, we got separated from our parents in Manhattan. We were both young enough to ride the subways for free, so he got on the subway, took the ferry to Staten Island and walked home. Parents called neighbor, who found us at home. My brother was small enough to slide through the missing window in the door and unlock it.

Nobody bothered, molested or killed us.

/1950s
 
2012-09-16 05:19:16 AM
Please don't pollute this site with stuff from Alex Jones or Natural News unless it carries a satire tag. While I agree there may be a point I agree with buried in this story look at the language and the headline. It turns out the person who was arrested was allowing their children to "ride motorized scooters in the cul de sac". Granted not a big deal but how much you want to bet there was a little more to the story than that?

Nothing comes from Natural News or Jones without being bent waaaayyyyyy out of shape. Also Natural News is a prime site for anti vaccine paranoia, chem trails, etc.
 
2012-09-16 05:23:19 AM
FTFA: According to Lenore Skenazy of Free-Range Kids, such hysteria and Stasi-style paranoia are becoming the norm in America, where children are being excessively coddled, overprotected, and treated as though they are always in grave danger of being kidnapped or harmed.

I blame this on the news media. They have successfully scared everyone into leaping at their own shadow. I walked to school pretty much every day from kindergarten through Junior High. At that was because we lived close enough to the school that I could walk there. My freshman year of school was the first time I had to ride the bus to school. I had coworkers who in my last job who could not be at work as early as I was told to be there because they had kids in school so they drove their kids to school, dropped them off and stayed at the school until the teachers let the kids into the school. When I asked why, they answered to make sure their kids were not kidnapped. I asked "Do you honestly think that someone can walk onto the school yard, among all the students and teachers and forcibly take a kid? You don't think the power of numbers might take effect and the teachers and students might stop the kidnapping?

My sister explained to me that when she picks up her kid from school, she can't just park outside and wait for her daughter to be released. No, she must sign in at the office and give them the names of her children. Next she goes to the cafeteria. One class at a time stands up, heads to an area of the cafeteria where the parents of that class go to the teacher and the teacher releases that student to their parent. Her husband is banned from picking up their kids because he said that his was a retarded system and that he didn't feel that his daughter had to be released to him by the teacher. He said that when he shows up, his daughter should be allowed to stand up, grab her things and leave with him. That got him banned. His daughter, my niece, was in kindergarten when that happened. She is now in the fifth grade and he is still not allowed on campus to get his daughter. He is considered a dangerous parent. The first day he showed up to pick up his daughter he did just that. He walked into the cafeteria, stayed in the area that he was told to stay in. He saw his daughter and told her to come with. She did just that. But since the teacher did not release the girl to him personally, they flipped out and accused him of kidnapping his daughter. He called him idiots for their over reaction. He was banned and the school was in lock down for the next week because of him and his 'attempted kidnapping'. But, when you have the news media showing parents how your kid could be potentially kidnapped in any given situation, what do you expect??? Especially with the mentality that it's better to never be out of sight from an adult than it is to know how to defend yourself.

Yes, kids do get kidnapped. But the mindset of kids at play are at risk of getting kidnapped and they must be incarcerated inside their homes instead of being able to play outside is the worst possible approach. Reporting kids at play to the police, even when the parents are watching, is a dick move. The generation of kids today are going to be the ones who will either care for us when we're unable to do so ourselves, or will give birth to the kids who will. I want kids who weren't raised as sheep by sheep parents to care for me.
 
2012-09-16 05:27:58 AM
Pussification and fear. The way of the US. "Fear US - The Pussies!"
 
2012-09-16 05:33:14 AM
Meh. Studies show most kids today can't even form english words. I honestly wouldn't want tards like that out playing unsupervised either.

Give your teenagers some shiny objects that are too large to fit past the drool cup and set them in a corner. Some supervision is still required though. If you give them a toy that makes a squeaky noise or let's them farm gold with a level 80 magic ninja elf, they will eventually die from not even bothering to feed themselves.
 
2012-09-16 05:33:39 AM
I make it a habit of never trusting anything with the word "natural" in it. That being said, the general sentiment is correct, the information is just better off coming from much more reputable sources. American kids are being denied their childhood due to hyperbolic perceptions of danger. By far the most dangerous people to kids are their parents, mostly by driving them around in a car.
 
2012-09-16 05:34:34 AM

TV's Vinnie: WARNING: Alex Jones reference in article.


I had no idea... apparently he is in both Waking Life and A Scanner Darkly
 
2012-09-16 05:49:00 AM

AbbeySomeone: Radioactive Ass: Good god. As kids we played on 7 foot high (at least) monkey bars over bare asphalt all of the time, rode our Big Wheels down steep narrow streets, were allowed to pretty much go where ever we wanted as long as we were back by dark (or called to say that we were going to be late) and a whole host of other things (including climbing 50+ foot tall trees) that todays parents would probably have an aneurysm over it their precious snowflake even suggested that they do the same.

If your kid breaks because he\she did something stupid then that's just Darwin culling the herd. Go make another kid and hopefully the genes will work out better the next time around.

When we were in gradeschool some show off kid face planted off the monkey bars onto the asphalt during recess. Our teacher stuffed wet paper towels in his mouth, gave him an ice pack and called his mother. After he went home the rest of us were given talks about safety and personal responsibility.
That sure as hell wouldn't happen now.


When I was in the first grade we had monkey bars over harden dirt. We had swings that were just bare metal chains and a seat made of thick black rubber. One day I was standing too close to the swings, waiting my turn, and got hit full in the face. Not with the feet or knees of the swinger, but with her ass. Knocked me onto my back, and hit me just right that I broke my nose. Thought me a damn good lesson. Hell, considering that I took summer school that year, it may have been the only thing I learned that year. My mother and the teacher on recess duty that day just told me that if I wasn't standing so close I wouldn't have gotten hit. Today, if that happens to a kid, odds are the parents would be demanding that the dangerous swingset be removed. Even though they all swung on them as kids and never got hurt, only any kid dumb enough to stand too close to the swinger.

Of course, another example to show just how different times are now, when I was in the first grade, around the time I got my nose broken, my teacher and I got into it. I don't remember what happened, but I was angry at her. I was huffing and puffing. I looked at her and said "Ms Johnson, I hate you." Now, I don't know what got me to say that, but you have to be a sorry ass teacher to get a first grader to say that they hate you. She looked at me and said "Okay big man, what are you going to do about it?" I just stood there, pissed. "What are you going to do big man??? Hit me?" So I did. I was a bit of a wimp and even after putting my all into it, it was a huge failure of a punch. She looked at me as I hit her and said "Go stand in the corner." She left, brought in the teacher next door, who was a friend of hers, pointed at me and said "That kid hit me in the arm. Can you believe that?" Today such things would send a kid to the special school after the police showed up to arrest the kid. On the last day of school, my mom picked me up from school. She had a container of cupcakes with her. Every classroom was having an end of the year party. My class was doing busy work. My mom entered the classroom and spoke to the teacher. The teacher didn't see the need in wasting a day of school on a party. Then she said "By the way, your son said that he hated me and then hit me back in March." My mom shrugged and said "Okay." The teacher said "That's all you have, just okay?" My mom said "It's the first week in June, you should have told me about it in March. And since it's the last day of school and you don't see the need in wasting this day on a party, unlike every other teacher in this school, I think i can see why my son hates you." That teacher really didn't care of my mom's honesty. I only know what was said because my mom told the story years later, laughing at it. Not that I hit the teacher, but that she waited until the last day of school and that she took my side in me hating her.
 
2012-09-16 06:35:42 AM
I used to ride my bike to the local university to play pinball...at age 7. We didn't lock the doors on the house unless we were leaving for the weekend of longer.

But then again, back in my day, we punished criminals, instead of rewarding them.
 
2012-09-16 06:57:09 AM

Radioactive Ass: Good god. As kids we played on 7 foot high (at least) monkey bars over bare asphalt all of the time, rode our Big Wheels down steep narrow streets, were allowed to pretty much go where ever we wanted as long as we were back by dark (or called to say that we were going to be late) and a whole host of other things (including climbing 50+ foot tall trees) that todays parents would probably have an aneurysm over it their precious snowflake even suggested that they do the same.

If your kid breaks because he\she did something stupid then that's just Darwin culling the herd. Go make another kid and hopefully the genes will work out better the next time around.


When I was a kid, if you wore a bicycle helmet you'd be an outcast. We climbed to the very top of the tallest trees we could find. My curfew when I was 9 was "Before it gets dark", just like you say. We NEVER worried about walking to the Dairy Queen or the 7-11 alone. I rode my bike alone EVERYWHERE.

The vast majority of child abductions are by estranged parents or someone else in their family.

This country has become paranoiacally pussified.

And no neighbor would ever call the cops or "CPS" if they saw me and my brother at age 11 and 9 riding our bikes without helmets at 35 mph down the asphalt hill that led to our driveway... or if we were PLAYING IN THE YARD. This is asinine.

Everything about America gets worse.
 
2012-09-16 07:01:24 AM

The My Little Pony Killer: There are a lot more fat children in the world now than there were back then.


Updated.
 
2012-09-16 07:03:21 AM
Back in my day....

Most people had some common sense. Nowadays, that seems to be something that is in VERY short supply.

/DCS, CPS = over-bloated bureaucracy that has to insure their yearly budget by doing something, so they jump on any report that comes their way with their pseudo-SWAT team and destroy whatever they come into contact with in the name of 'protecting the children'.
// get the impression I have been there? you are right...
 
2012-09-16 07:04:31 AM
www.globalnerdy.com
 
2012-09-16 07:12:38 AM
America! Fark yeah! No!!!
 
2012-09-16 07:13:06 AM

ms_lara_croft: [www.globalnerdy.com image 400x300]


So what are you trying to say?
 
2012-09-16 07:14:59 AM
Everyone is a child molester. No unsupervised traveling until 18.
 
2012-09-16 07:31:42 AM

Valis992000: Please don't pollute this site with stuff from Alex Jones or Natural News unless it carries a satire tag. While I agree there may be a point I agree with buried in this story look at the language and the headline. It turns out the person who was arrested was allowing their children to "ride motorized scooters in the cul de sac". Granted not a big deal but how much you want to bet there was a little more to the story than that?

Nothing comes from Natural News or Jones without being bent waaaayyyyyy out of shape. Also Natural News is a prime site for anti vaccine paranoia, chem trails, etc.


"Granted not a big deal but how much you want to bet there was a little more to the story than that?"

So it's not a big deal so make something up to make it a big deal?
 
2012-09-16 07:33:27 AM
Who the heck is Alex Jones?

And apparently I live in one of the few sane towns left, although they've got other issues that make up for it. (We have sidewalks and people *gasp* USE THEM, and last night I heard a ruckus outside after dark, which was a bunch of kids riding their scooters or whatever home...)
 
2012-09-16 07:40:25 AM

mediablitz: No links to the original story AND Alex Jones involvement?

Not farking sketchy at ALL.

OOH! A "Stasi" reference. High quality work!


You can read right? The Alex Jones Reference some people are so hopped up about (lol):


During a recent interview with Alex Jones on The Alex Jones Show, Skenazy reflects on how the days when society's youth could simply ride their bicycles to school or into the woods, climb their neighbors' trees, or play at the local park by themselves without adult supervision are essentially gone. Today, it is practically considered abnormal in many areas for young children to even be outside at all, let alone to be exploring on their own or with their friends.


The radio interview.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=EuO1LTCXNh0
 
2012-09-16 07:45:25 AM
back in my day (1960) I went to a three room school house 1st.-6th
My friend was a little German kid that used to have the stinkiest farts. We would all take out our notebooks and waft his stinky farts to the girls side of the classroom.
 
2012-09-16 07:46:49 AM
Nanny state knows how to raise your kids better than you do (just like they know how to spend your money better than you do).

Laws (more than there already are) will get passed...you children will become 'wards of the state'. They will be taught that if they don't get an education it's alright (because schools pass EVERYONE....we wouldn't want children to feel 'bad' for failing a class) the liberal government will 'support' them.

All your kids will have to do is whatever the government TELLS them to do when they tell them to do it and they will be 'fine'. If not, well....they are "troublemakers/terrorist/insert new 'buzz phrase' here" and will be "dealt with". (just like a school system that won't "play ball" with the government...will get their funding stripped faster than a $5 'dancer' getting a $500 tip).
 
2012-09-16 08:09:24 AM

Great Janitor: FTFA: According to Lenore Skenazy of Free-Range Kids, such hysteria and Stasi-style paranoia are becoming the norm in America, where children are being excessively coddled, overprotected, and treated as though they are always in grave danger of being kidnapped or harmed.

I blame this on the news media. They have successfully scared everyone into leaping at their own shadow. I walked to school pretty much every day from kindergarten through Junior High. At that was because we lived close enough to the school that I could walk there. My freshman year of school was the first time I had to ride the bus to school. I had coworkers who in my last job who could not be at work as early as I was told to be there because they had kids in school so they drove their kids to school, dropped them off and stayed at the school until the teachers let the kids into the school. When I asked why, they answered to make sure their kids were not kidnapped. I asked "Do you honestly think that someone can walk onto the school yard, among all the students and teachers and forcibly take a kid? You don't think the power of numbers might take effect and the teachers and students might stop the kidnapping?

My sister explained to me that when she picks up her kid from school, she can't just park outside and wait for her daughter to be released. No, she must sign in at the office and give them the names of her children. Next she goes to the cafeteria. One class at a time stands up, heads to an area of the cafeteria where the parents of that class go to the teacher and the teacher releases that student to their parent. Her husband is banned from picking up their kids because he said that his was a retarded system and that he didn't feel that his daughter had to be released to him by the teacher. He said that when he shows up, his daughter should be allowed to stand up, grab her things and leave with him. That got him banned. His daughter, my niece, was in kindergarten when that happ ...


THIS
Wifey has friended a guy I knew in highschool's wife on Facebook, she takes pictures of their kids and won't show their faces because she is afraid some pedo will come and steal them away. If she looked at the stats odds are whoever stole their kid either a: was a close family friend b: lives on their street or c: pure opportunity. Of course she also makes them wear full body swimsuits as she is afraid of skin cancer so no real surprise there
 
2012-09-16 08:25:46 AM
[csb]

Sadly (even discounting for Alex Jones) I can believe this. Several years ago I had a huge fight with my oldest's school when we dared to tell them that he could walk home after school (surprisingly they didn't have a problem with him walking TO school even though the traffic was a lot heavier at that time of day). The school is less than 1/3 of a mile from our house, we can even see the building from our front door. Nope, policy is that he has to be bussed (then there is the whole thing that it would take him over an hour to get home on the bus because of the way it was routed).

I don't remember how it all worked out but I do remember causing a huge scene in the office to the point where the "school resource officer" (wtf?, he's a police officer, call him that - & by the way, just why do we need an officer in each & every school in the district full time every day? Madness) came into the office to see what the problem was. Thankfully he agreed with me that it was asinine that my child, with parental permission, couldn't walk the 5 minutes it took to get home every day. Once he gave the police dept's official stamp of approval on the plan things seemed to calm down & permission was reluctantly given for my son to be able to walk to & from school.

The kicker to the whole story - This was when he was in HIGH SCHOOL. They were perfectly fine with students driving themselves to school, but walking? No, can't have that. Absolute insanity.

/Thankfully(?) there must be a file on each family in the school as my younger kids haven't had to fight for the ability to spend 5 minutes walking home each day.
// [/csb]
 
2012-09-16 08:32:14 AM

Bathia_Mapes: mediablitz: No links to the original story AND Alex Jones involvement?

Not farking sketchy at ALL.

OOH! A "Stasi" reference. High quality work!

Yep. Nothing at all sketchy about any story involving Alex Jones.


Our reptilian overlords like it that way.
 
2012-09-16 08:33:35 AM

The My Little Pony Killer: There are a lot more people in the world now than there were back then.


I know. And not to mention the grocery store shelves... so many choices of prepared meal. It's terrifying. The thought of more leaves me sleepless at night fearing for my stuff and things.
 
2012-09-16 08:37:05 AM
Yeah, the Natty News is sketchy, but these sorts of stories do happen. We live on a cul de sac where there are lots of kids and I'm battling with my wife because she wants to get our kids walkie talkies so that they can report in when they get to friends house. My argument was that they can phone us... Now that our son is in Gr 1 he needs to know our phone number. Her sister piped up and tried the child abduction angle so I had to show her the math on that... Again excellent time to have same chat with my son my mother had with me in the 70's ... Don't talk to strangers... And don't ever approach cars who occupant are asking you for directions, etc.

I have same worries about busybodies... I'll leave kids in truck at gas station when I go into to pay with doors locked and directions not to open doors for anybody (even cops and firefighters) and I keep waiting for some self righteous jack ass to call me on it. Friend of mine was lectured by an OPP officer for doing what I do. Problem is with power given to Child's Aid workers... I realize it's a double edged sword because they need to effectively intervene to protect kids who really need it but there has to be something better.
 
2012-09-16 08:55:26 AM
I wouldn't like to be a kid growing up today. Bleak economic prospects, crippling debt and this mass-hysteria. Me and my frinds would roam all through the long Summer days and evenings, for miles. Just wandering, exploring and talking bullshiat.
 
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