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hmm

United States

#21 Jul 16, 2013
Your talking about this lady with a crying baby being on wic and all things but the funny thing is I remember seeing her and the fussy baby who was sick and coughing and all kinds of upset and her mommy your putting down is a staff memeber there. Now would you tell this to her face? No probably not. Even grown women are two faced and rude and I bet the only reason Your doing this is because your soooooo nice in person you need to put some anger out and put others down because you worry about stuff so much you don't have happiness
memory lane

Whitesboro, NY

#22 Dec 10, 2013
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I totally understand needing to bring younger children to the concert. And I don't expect them to be perfect angels. But if they are acting up or being loud then they need to be taken to the hallway or somewhere that they will not distract other people. That's just common courtesy.
OK, I don't think you 'need' to bring younger children in the first place. If they cannot behave, you leave them home with the babysitter, and the parents and children that can behave go. Case closed.

Reminds me of when I was a kid in high school. Saw the vice principal kept having to take his kids out of the auditorium during a concert, and into his office down the hall until they calmed down. When one acted up, so did the other. His baby kids were being terrible, and we all laughed. Wife should have known better than to bring them.

The courtesy is, you leave them at home if you have no manners to take them out when they act up==or if you can't teach them enough manners to behave.

Same goes for restaurants, airline flights, church. Kid can't take it, you don't take the kid.
What

Boonville, NY

#23 Dec 11, 2013
memory lane wrote:
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OK, I don't think you 'need' to bring younger children in the first place. If they cannot behave, you leave them home with the babysitter, and the parents and children that can behave go. Case closed.
Reminds me of when I was a kid in high school. Saw the vice principal kept having to take his kids out of the auditorium during a concert, and into his office down the hall until they calmed down. When one acted up, so did the other. His baby kids were being terrible, and we all laughed. Wife should have known better than to bring them.
The courtesy is, you leave them at home if you have no manners to take them out when they act up==or if you can't teach them enough manners to behave.
Same goes for restaurants, airline flights, church. Kid can't take it, you don't take the kid.
I'm sure God has a gated community waiting for you in your childless world of little Angel choirs.
Do you even hear yourself think...
sam the sham

Indian Trail, NC

#24 Dec 11, 2013
my thanx to the parents being discussed here...im thankful that you didn't abuse your child to escape this criticism....I learned my lesson by hearing of a woman who killed her daughter trying to quiet her in a restaurant..her name is precious bedell...my heart goes out to her cause shes been in prison for the last 20 or so years....
babys have every right to live...even though they cry and shit ...just like every other pompous ass on the planet has!!!

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