Jan 10th 2008 2:52PM Considering most parents don't even teach their kids manners anymore (i.e. chewing with your mouth closed, please, thank you, etc.) it's refreshing to see a mother actually mothering! Only a drunk or a spoiled, insecure kid could think otherwise.
Nov 23rd 2007 1:55PM I never respond to these stupid things, it's usually just a way for "small" people to feel they make a difference. It's pretty sad that people would rather sit at home and badmouth others rather than worry about their own lives. And judging by some of the terrible jokes that they probably thought were very clever, they have a lot to worry about. Religious zealots, angry young men and women, and people who generally have nothing better to do with their time than sit alone, online, worrying about others. That's the problem with the world today.
May 1st 2007 3:17PM Why are you fighting over this? You can only be responsible for yourselves. The world would be a better place if people kept that in mind more, and stopped worrying about everyone else. It is funny how the "supposed" straight guys are worrying over and thinking about gay sex and homosexuality more than anyone else. The paradox of homophobia, I guess
Oct 3rd 2006 4:32PM I did say military, not air force. Just kidding. And unless they changed it recently, you can drink when you're under 21. And whether you live off base or on, there are still commisaries and bars on base. It probably had more to do with what they were doing AFTER drinking on base, rather than the fact that they were under 21. Especially nowadays, it's not likely they got kicked out JUST for drinking, when they are having trouble keeping people in the military to begin with. Maybe you should learn the whole truth, rather than just taking their word for it.
Oct 3rd 2006 4:23PM also, it's hard to sound intelligent when you misspell your talking points. Maybe kids should be concentrating on school, rather than when others are drinking
Oct 3rd 2006 4:21PM Actually, you CAN drink on military bases at 18, so that point is moot. And it doesn't matter if it's alcohol, drugs, or paint thinner; if a kid wants to get high, he will. There's little you can do to stop them. It's up to the parents to teach them well and for the kids to make their own decisions.