Well, I certainly hate to be a disappointment to any segment of my valued readership (such as I do and such as it is) so in an attempt to
Speaking of language, this line is golden, “I love all those SUV's and minivans at my church. There are very few cars (and no bikes) there on sundays. And those good folks there are hearing the truth and following the Word.” This commenter is either the pastor or…well, maybe I can work personal responsibility in later.
To you other readers, the ones who come here for the absolutely laughable, amazingly liberal, totally refutable and utterly nonsensical thinking, strap on your strap-on-ables and try to survive to the end. Think of it as rooted rocky singletrack, if you know what I mean. I'm going to fire up the base and this could go multiple posts.
Freshly published and found on the internets:
QUESTION: What would you say to my husband and me? We are disciplining our kids far too much. Is there another way to encourage them to cooperate?Hmm...
DR DOBSON: The best way to get children to do what you want is to spend time with them before disciplinary problems occur -- having fun together and enjoying mutual laughter and joy. When those moments of love and closeness happen, kids are not as tempted to challenge and test the limits. Many confrontations can be avoided by building friendships with your kids and thereby making them want to cooperate at home. It sure beats anger as a motivator of little ones!
(…to be continued…)