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  #71  
Old October 5th 03, 08:55 PM
ColoradoSkiBum
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Default military schools?

Yet you and your friend are curiously silent on the real issue. How
interesting.
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ColoradoSkiBum

"dejablues" wrote in message
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: Exactly. Not to mention the time taken away from the family to expend on
: such activities.
:
: "mbajema" wrote in message
: m...
: It's all relative, you obviously don't get that. With parents like
: that, maybe the boy would indeed be better off living away from them.
: How mortifying for that child if his parents swinging lifestyle were
: found out by his peers. sigh
:
: Mary
:
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  #72  
Old October 5th 03, 08:56 PM
Randi's Mom
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Default military schools?


"dejablues" wrote in message
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Exactly. Not to mention the time taken away from the family to expend on
such activities.

"mbajema" wrote in message
m...
It's all relative, you obviously don't get that. With parents like
that, maybe the boy would indeed be better off living away from them.
How mortifying for that child if his parents swinging lifestyle were
found out by his peers. sigh

Mary




Have the school check out these links and they'll see why the kid has
problems.

http://tinyurl.com/przp

http://tinyurl.com/przt

http://tinyurl.com/przy

Genette


  #73  
Old October 5th 03, 09:13 PM
ColoradoSkiBum
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Default military schools?


: Have the school check out these links and they'll see why the kid has
: problems.
:
: http://tinyurl.com/przp
:
: http://tinyurl.com/przt
:
: http://tinyurl.com/przy
:
: Genette
:
:

Why would you think this causes any problem for my child? Do you have some
sick idea that we involve him in it or something? Do YOU involve YOUR
children in your sex lives?
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ColoradoSkiBum

  #74  
Old October 5th 03, 09:20 PM
ColoradoSkiBum
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Default military schools?


"dejablues" wrote in message
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: Exactly. Not to mention the time taken away from the family to expend on
: such activities.

How much time are *you* taking away from your family to endlessly follow me
around Usenet? Couldn't you be spending time with your family instead?
Your own sex life must be pretty dissatisfying, since you feel the need to
live vicariously through mine.
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ColoradoSkiBum

  #75  
Old October 6th 03, 01:07 AM
Sue
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Default military schools?

Hmm. How about the time you spend on Usenet. Doesn't that take away from
your family. How about just spending time with your husband, doesn't that
take time away. Geez, if you have that attitude, you must be a really a good
mom and dedicated. I bow down to both of you.

I was under the impression that most people kept their s*x life from their
kids. I don't think what my husband and I do behind closed doors effects my
parenting to my kids. Perhaps I have it all wrong though.
--
Sue (mom to three girls)
I'm Just a Raggedy Ann in a Barbie Doll World...

dejablues wrote in message
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Exactly. Not to mention the time taken away from the family to expend on
such activities.

"mbajema" wrote in message
m...
It's all relative, you obviously don't get that. With parents like
that, maybe the boy would indeed be better off living away from them.
How mortifying for that child if his parents swinging lifestyle were
found out by his peers. sigh

Mary





  #76  
Old October 6th 03, 03:16 PM
T.R.H
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Default military schools?

dejablues wrote:
Exactly. Not to mention the time taken away from the family to expend on
such activities.

"mbajema" wrote in message
m...

It's all relative, you obviously don't get that. With parents like
that, maybe the boy would indeed be better off living away from them.
How mortifying for that child if his parents swinging lifestyle were
found out by his peers. sigh

Mary




what a CROCK


  #77  
Old October 6th 03, 11:26 PM
ColoradoSkiBum
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Default military schools?


: It's all relative, you obviously don't get that. With parents like
: that, maybe the boy would indeed be better off living away from them.
: How mortifying for that child if his parents swinging lifestyle were
: found out by his peers. sigh
:
: Mary
:
:
:
: what a CROCK

I think they're jealous. Or maybe their husbands are jealous. :-)
Strangely silent lately, aren't they?
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ColoradoSkiBum

  #78  
Old October 7th 03, 12:28 AM
dejablues
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Default military schools?

Finally ! YOU talk about it!


"ColoradoSkiBum" wrote in message
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: It's all relative, you obviously don't get that. With parents like
: that, maybe the boy would indeed be better off living away from them.
: How mortifying for that child if his parents swinging lifestyle were
: found out by his peers. sigh
:
: Mary
:
:
:
: what a CROCK

I think they're jealous. Or maybe their husbands are jealous. :-)
Strangely silent lately, aren't they?
--
ColoradoSkiBum



  #79  
Old October 7th 03, 12:34 AM
dejablues
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Default military schools?

Hey, I already added my 2 cents regarding the military school question
(VFMA). I don't have any experience with disturbed kids, sorry. Regarding
the swinging, I was curious and followed what another poster suggested
(google it.) I think that's against my religion LOL.
Defensive, aren't we!
"ColoradoSkiBum" wrote in message
...
Yet you and your friend are curiously silent on the real issue. How
interesting.
--
ColoradoSkiBum

"dejablues" wrote in message
...
: Exactly. Not to mention the time taken away from the family to expend on
: such activities.
:
: "mbajema" wrote in message
: m...
: It's all relative, you obviously don't get that. With parents like
: that, maybe the boy would indeed be better off living away from them.
: How mortifying for that child if his parents swinging lifestyle were
: found out by his peers. sigh
:
: Mary
:
:



  #80  
Old October 7th 03, 02:22 AM
ColoradoSkiBum
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Default military schools?

: Hey, I already added my 2 cents regarding the military school question
: (VFMA). I don't have any experience with disturbed kids, sorry. Regarding
: the swinging, I was curious and followed what another poster suggested
: (google it.) I think that's against my religion LOL.
: Defensive, aren't we!

No, actually *you* are the one who's being defensive. Jealous? Or perhaps
your husband is jealous?
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ColoradoSkiBum

 




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