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Friday, November 14, 2014

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    But us oldsters need to be careful we don't become just as caught up in the tech junk as the kids.
    2019 days ago
    I could rant and rave about technology and the youngest generation. Please don't get me started!! It is doing such a disservice to our young children on so many levels: they can't listen, they can't stay focused on a task for longer than 2 minutes (if that!), they want instant gratification with bells and whistles, they don't know how to relate to their peers, they don't know how to have a conversation, they don't know how to play without gadgetry, they are losing their creativity and their imaginations. It is very, very sad. Back in the day, parents were told to limit the amount of television that children watched. Today, it should be please limit the amount of screen time your child has daily. Media moguls and computer gurus don't even allow their young children to have access to computers because they know how limiting it can be.

    Ok...enough for now.
    2020 days ago
  • GAYLE-G-63
    emoticon It drives me crazy when they do it IN and DURING class!
    2020 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/14/2014 10:00:50 AM
    Isn't it a shame that people have allow this to happen. Those are the kids who are the first time in history that there life expectance has dropped, and they wonder why.
    2020 days ago
    Oh my!! This is funny! True in a lot of cases, but funny!
    Hope you are having a great day! ((HUGS))
    2020 days ago
  • GORDON66
    Ahh yes - the carpel tunnel generation emoticon


    2020 days ago
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