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61 - Not all countries have the legal driving age of 16. In Argentina, you have to be 18 or older to get a license.

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Guys, come on. 61 didn't say anything bad about 71+ people, she has just seen it all in the ages 16-70. Lets all get our license at the age of 71 to make her happy :D, who needs to drive before the age of 71 anyways...?

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You people realize that was sarcasm, right? I know it was stupid, but it was the first thing that popped in my head.

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Thumb down all you want... But at a time like this, I would beat the shit out of him and not let him drive again. People complain that "Hitting children is bad and should never be done", but a little discipline here and there would put him in his place.

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#47- You're right. Beating and abuse isn't good, but discipline definitely works. Sucks that so many parents are soft with their kids these days; doesn't teach them anything.

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52- I said that abuse isn't good. In this case, probably not allowing him to drive till he's 18 as well as grounding him for a long time would probably do the trick. But why shouldn't parents be allowed to spank their children as discipline?

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#52 - I have seen the parents who respond with "No no sweetie, don't do that or you can't have ice cream and cake for dinner like you wanted" and the kids are unruly and nasty to their parents. Although I am an atheist I have to say that Spare the rod and spoil the child should be practiced regularly.

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#52, It isn't "Abuse". Abuse would be OP coming home every night and beating his child because he didn't have a good day at work. "Discipline" is when OP's dickhead of a son runs a red light, which is dangerous not just for OP but his son as well, AND THEN locks OP out of HIS OWN CAR and drives off. That kind of behavior is intolerable. It shows the son has clearly no respect for OP, not just respect, but FEAR. Everyone to some point must "Fear" their father. &q

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OP's son was not only a danger to himself and to OP, but to all others as well! I mean, how can I ever go out now when I know there's a maniac out there?!

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OP has the right to kick his kids ass. Who the hell wouldn't? Not literally beat him up but as others said before he needs to be disciplined. A few good smacks on his ass with a nice solid paddle would be suffice. Paddling is not child abuse, when I was young I'd get paddled if I did something wrong, and it taught me not to do it ever again. Corporal punishment is not child abuse.

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The difference is that you didn't do anything and that wasn't your father, just your mothers boyfriend. OP's son needs his ass beaten. He probably got 5 minute timeouts as a kid and idle threats as a teen, which is why he has absolutely no respect for OP.

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52/58 In this case a severe beating is warranted because if the boy got into an accident and hurt or killed someone it

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#60 My dad was/is a useless alcoholic I feared him till I got big enough to put him down. Now my momma has my respect and my fear. I was always more afraid of her being disappointed in me and the choices I made then I ever was from her giving me the belt. But the belt definitely works for teaching a quick lesson in being more sneaky so you don't get caught for the stupid shit all kids do.

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52/58 In this case a severe beating is seriously warranted because if the boy got into an accident and hurt or killed someone then the PARENTS would be wholly liable for any claims, no matter that the boy drove off on his own. If my offspring put me in that position, I would knock him into next week

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63, sorry about your situation. You should've pressed charges against mom's bf! He's not family, barely has claim to raise voice against you, but OP has every right as parent to exact the severest discipline, and as long as he doesn't break bones or brains.

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Jesus Christ, people do all need a Kit-Kat bar and take a break? You know, "give me a break of that Kit-Kat bar"

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Maybe the first lessons the kid was given were "stay between the lines, right is gas, left is brake, and don't hit other cars or people"

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120 - Assuming the next lessons were "stop at red lights, stop signs, pull over when ambulances come, don't try to pass on curvy roads, etc...." and seeing how he did with at least one of those then it shouldn't matter if he was "taught" the first lessons, because apparently he doesnt learn shit when his mum teaches him things Op should a) call a cab and go home b) report the car stolen to the police and the insurance company c) remove all electronics, toys, games, etc... Fr

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I'm really not totally sure how OP could have seen this coming though, so I would not have really expected anything different from OP.

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If you have told them to swap places and let you drive and they didn't start moving as soon as they parked the car, expect them to do something stupid like lock you out. Never get out of the car first when a teenager is throwing a tantrum.

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Yea, I forgot to turn it into a pun; I'm getting wheely tyred that's why. I'm exhaust-ed, actually!

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