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By cxcrktkt - / Sunday 12 April 2009 04:44 / United States
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By  dz_zb

That's what you get for not discussing these issues with your child earlier. He's 10 and he just discovered alcohol? And on top of that you haven't taught him enough for him to understand the lack of severity in an adult drinking beer? YDI for allowing your child to stay ignorant, thinking it will preserve his innocence.

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By  Hgm09

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It could be that it was the only good school in the area. My parents aren't religious and it had to go to a Church of England school because it was 10x better than the non religious school.

By  dz_zb

That's what you get for not discussing these issues with your child earlier. He's 10 and he just discovered alcohol? And on top of that you haven't taught him enough for him to understand the lack of severity in an adult drinking beer? YDI for allowing your child to stay ignorant, thinking it will preserve his innocence.

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He probably discussed alcohol, but the kid realized his daily beer is alcohol as well, so here made an assumption. I don't think he deserves it, but he should probably do a better job educating his kid.

"YDI for allowing your child to stay ignorant, thinking it will preserve his innocence." I hate it when people look at other people's actions or inactions and then give incredibly specific reasons why it happened as a matter of fact.

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