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(WTAM)   Not EVERY guy that drives up to kids claiming his dog is missing is a pervy child-napper   (wtam.com) divider line 9
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2013-09-06 02:17:17 PM
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CleanAndPure: I disagree. Best to teach your kids to assume the worst of all strange adults.


Yes, cultivating paranoia and seeing monsters lurking everywhere is a sane policy.

CleanAndPure: Some adults are able to out think kids and manipulate them.


One would suspect that most adults would be able to out think kids and manipulate them.  The assertion though that all adults need to be perceived of as threats and treated as such is absurd fear mongering.
2013-09-06 01:25:04 PM
2 votes:
There's a BIG difference between "Hey have you seen my dog? No? Well thanks anyway" and "Hey would you mind jumping into my windowless van and helping me look for my dog?".
2013-09-06 01:04:39 PM
2 votes:
I still would advise my kids to run the other direction.
Maybe this guy should have found some adults to consult with.
2013-09-06 04:07:01 PM
1 votes:

CleanAndPure: If you think someone is dangerous and he isnt ... nothing lost.


If your kid grows up thinking everyone is inherently evil and dangerous, still nothing lost?

I get where you're coming from but I know adults who are literally afraid of everything and it seems so stressful.
2013-09-06 02:34:35 PM
1 votes:

CleanAndPure: SuperNinjaToad: If you raised your kids to not being able to tell the difference between a guy rolling down his window and asking if you see a black labrador by the name of pork chop vs a guy who drives by, opens his door and gesturing your kid to go inside his car to find his lost chihuahua then you have failed as a parent!@@

I disagree. Best to teach your kids to assume the worst of all strange adults.

Some adults are able to out think kids and manipulate them.


I guess that's one way to go.

I teach my kid to be courteous and polite, but also not to tell strangers personal details about himself or our family and not to ever go anywhere with a stranger.

And if a stranger tries to take him that he is to scream, attack the eyes and testicles, and run at the first opportunity.
2013-09-06 02:18:40 PM
1 votes:
I have candy. I know your dad. Help me find my missing puppy. I'm not a child molester.

/seems legit
2013-09-06 01:30:44 PM
1 votes:

JesseL: There's a BIG difference between "Hey have you seen my dog? No? Well thanks anyway" and "Hey would you mind jumping into my windowless van and helping me look for my dog?".


This - pretty much word for word.
2013-09-06 01:28:25 PM
1 votes:
People need to calm the hell down. If you are seeing a perv behind every bush it is you that has the real problem.
/Dad
//two boys, 6&7
2013-09-06 01:19:00 PM
1 votes:

durbnpoisn: I still would advise my kids to run the other direction.
Maybe this guy should have found some adults to consult with.


"His dog had actually run off from home and he was driving in the neighborhood looking for it. He stopped by the juveniles and asked if they had seen his dog and then left."

Congratulations on raising some panicky snowflakes there.
 
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