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Taser for kids

Clive Maxfield
11/20/2012 06:58 PM EST

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mr_bandit
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mr_bandit   11/26/2012 11:47:13 PM
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At first I thought this was real and immediately thought they would be issued to police for schools - no joke - cops have tasered 6 year olds. But - it was a joke once I read it. One hopes. It's a good thing kids don't come with a "pause" button. If they did, there would have to be a timeout, otherwise you might look around one day and ask "Where's Johnny?". Your wife would say "In the closet for the last 6 months". My father once remarked the problem with shock collars on kids would be overuse. When my son turned 13, I called my father and apologized. (Son turns 21 next week! Oye!)

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RSD2   12/1/2012 6:23:17 AM
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Insanity is hereditary... you get it from your kids!

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Max The Magnificent   12/3/2012 4:08:20 PM
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I hate to tell you, but I think your parents just purchased one...

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Max The Magnificent   12/3/2012 4:09:12 PM
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LOL Plus you can catch a lot of gray hairs from them :-)

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