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Old 05-25-2010, 04:01 PM
 
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This has been making the national media. If I were one of those kids I'd be packing up all my tails in my kennel and trying to make it big.

Shame one of them murdered and beheaded a dog....

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Old 05-27-2010, 02:00 AM
 
Location: On the Rails in Northern NJ
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I heard this on a popular morning show here yesterday , i thought it was hilarious But as long as they aren't causing any problems i don't think there is a problem with it , its not like a gang or anything.
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Old 07-26-2010, 02:14 AM
 
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Default "Everyday Is Halloween" -MINISTRY

Oh, I see nothing wrong with youngsters doing this sort of thing. I also do recall when I myself was younger {about 1,003 years ago} and I also felt that Certain Magic of Fantasy.....


I guess for some it might be that they maybe feel like an ElvenFolk, a Vampire, a dinosaur/Barney, a shifter of some sort {I personally have always *really* liked Cat People}, a fairy, a pirate, one of the SuperFriends, a Jedi, etc.....a StarFleet Officer.....




{I have also noticed that, for many, Halloween itself is everyday, heh }




I mean: while I certainly do believe that everyone really should responsibly grow up in Certain Key Vital Ways, I also do believe that in Certain Special Magical Ways everyone should also always remain a kid.....




I honestly hope to never ever be accused of: "being 'so mature' that I have forgotten how to laugh", as I once heard Lisle and Hahn say one morning, ha.......
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Old 07-26-2010, 07:22 AM
 
Location: SA/Pipe Creek
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I guess for some it might be that they maybe feel like an ElvenFolk, a Vampire, a dinosaur/Barney, a shifter of some sort {I personally have always *really* liked Cat People}, a fairy, a pirate, one of the SuperFriends, a Jedi, etc.....a StarFleet Officer.....
Okay, okay I confess - sometimes when I'm alone I like to pretend I'm Barney the Dinosaur.

But I'm not going to lend my costume out, so please don't ask.
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Old 07-26-2010, 08:23 AM
 
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To each their own. I also grew up in the punk scene and I turned out damn fine, IMO. I will let my son dress as he wants and express himself as he wants as long as he's not hurting himself or someone else. Period.
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Old 07-26-2010, 08:55 AM
 
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I'm only upset that they finaly found a way to gay-a-fy werewolves. It was bad enough they did so with vampires and I never thought they'd be able to do it with werewolves. I guess nobody's safe.

And for the poster who wonders what the next generation will gay-a-fy, I predict robots. Kids will still wear the long hair and heavy mascara but they'll put on the make up in the shape of gears and wear belt buckles that look like cogs and gears.
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Old 07-26-2010, 09:10 AM
 
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I'm only upset that they finaly found a way to gay-a-fy werewolves. It was bad enough they did so with vampires and I never thought they'd be able to do it with werewolves. I guess nobody's safe.
If only John Wayne, The Duke could see this.....

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By the way Rodlu...Everyday is like Holloween is one of my fave "With Sympathy" songs from Ministry. Apparently, Al Jourganson himself is not too fond of it. Sad...

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Old 07-28-2010, 02:08 AM
 
Location: san antonio texas
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I fear for our future! I dont think i will ever let my son wear lipstick or goofy contacts..handcuffs or dog chains for that matter. I dont know how parents allow their kids to leave the house like this...If i left the house with a dog chain around my neck.. my parents would have chained me to the dog house in the back yard.

You can still love your kid without allowing them to look like a wolf.
tell that to all the 'parents' that let their precious little snowflakes get mohawks.

never in my life have i seen a more ridiculous haircut on a kid!

im so glad we dont or never will have kids, aside from furbabies
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Old 07-28-2010, 02:31 AM
 
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By the way Rodlu...Everyday is like Holloween is one of my fave "With Sympathy" songs from Ministry. Apparently, Al Jourganson himself is not too fond of it. Sad...
Yeah, I do recall reading about that once. Oh, well.....


It's still a classic, methinks.....




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tell that to all the 'parents' that let their precious little snowflakes get mohawks.

never in my life have i seen a more ridiculous haircut on a kid!

im so glad we dont or never will have kids, aside from furbabies
I may not be a parent, but I have definitely had a mohawk for many years {though not now for maybe 3 years now}. I see nothing wrong with those {of course, it could only be another one of the million billion subjective things?}, furthermore, I like parents that allow that.


I am also an avid reader of Native American History, incidentally.....but anyway, getting back:


Evidently, even someone at the "Institute of Texan Cultures" sees nothing wrong with putting a kid with a Double-'hawk do on their DomeShow.....A Texan Kid, ha.......
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Old 07-28-2010, 09:01 AM
 
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At least a mohawk is just a hair do and can either grow out or have it shaved off. Also, I like how if they let their children do this they are relegated to being 'parents' rather than just plain parents. Ridiculous.
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