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Title: Love child documentary
Post by: gtrain83 on July 29, 2014, 01:49:10 pm
https://www.yahoo.com/tech/new-documentary-love-child-examines-the-game-addicted-93129384989.html



They had another kid? Is this real....er virtual life. Thoughts on if they should have been allowed to havea nother kid?
Title: Re: Love child documentary
Post by: SpaceRook on July 30, 2014, 06:05:32 am
Yesterday, I saw a woman at an intersection with a baby carriage and on her smartphone.  She was waiting to cross and playing some game.  When she got the walk signal, she blindly pushed the carriage into the street....and a bus just missed the baby carriage.

Yeah.  I can definitely believe some kids have died because parents are stupid and irresponsible with technology.
Title: Re: Love child documentary
Post by: waygo0k on July 30, 2014, 06:18:39 am
I've lost count of the amount of times I see mothers sprinting 50m while pushing their baby carriages just so they can get to a crossing with 5 seconds left on the clock.

Are those babies' lives worth less than the extra 2 minutes the mothers would have to wait for the next crossing? :cry:
Title: Re: Love child documentary
Post by: sunny365 on September 12, 2014, 09:29:07 pm
I've lost count of the amount of times I see mothers sprinting 50m while pushing their baby carriages just so they can get to a crossing with 5 seconds left on the clock.

Are those babies' lives worth less than the extra 2 minutes the mothers would have to wait for the next crossing? :cry:

I have been freaking out about the lack of car seats here for 8 years.  Putting your child in a car seat is honestly the SIMPLEST thing you can do to protect them.  It's literally a couple of buckles that can save their life.
I don't even have kids and that freaks me out to see them bouncing around the front dashboards. What's worse is when i see people on motorcycles and kids with them no helmet and barely holding on   :huh: I know not my kids and probably non of my business but I always worry when I see kids needlessly being put in danger.