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Friday, February 03, 2006

I'm starting to sound like my Grandfather and I couldn't feel better.

What in the world is going on with our society? If you think that this is limited to just schools in New York...think again my friends. This will be a problem that we in the mid-west will have to deal with very soon. What are the teachers and hall monitors doing at this school? They have to know what's going on and they let it. I can't describe how this makes me feel, a combination of disgust and outrage. It's hard to believe that there are people who don't see this as that big of a problem. I wonder what sexual discrimination will mean to these kids when they're adults. I don't even have much to say about this article except that I want my friends. who are new parents, to be aware of this. This is the state of affairs now. Just wait 15 years!! Becoming Amish is looking more and more appealing.

5 Comments:

At 10:29 AM, Anonymous AR Hopp said...

Yet another sign of the disintegration of western civilization. If you note the history of crumbling civilizations, moral decadence and decline is the final stage before the complete collapse. We’ve formally asked God to leave and he, in some respects, has obliged. I’m not minimizing the disgusting Cuddle Puddle – I’m just saying we shouldn’t be surprised. Remove God and everything goes. It comes down to a lost world, doesn’t it? The cuddlers have a legitimate and “God-implanted” need to belong and experience love. Without Jesus, these kids – and all those outside the kingdom – still seek out ways to fulfill the need, illegitimate as it may be. Revive us, Jesus.

 
At 12:15 PM, Blogger BJ Aberle said...

If fact I believe Dennis Prager once wrote; Countires can recover from economic disaster but never have they recovered from moral disaster.

 
At 1:16 PM, Blogger C. J. Summers said...

You really think this behavior is going to be mainstream in the midwest in a few years? It's not even mainstream in New York -- only a dozen kids, according to the article.

Don't get me wrong, it's still disturbing. But back when my parents were young, there was this whole free love hippie thing going on in California, and everyone was worried about it happening in the midwest, and the midwest never became like California. I'm not saying there was no influence; it just didn't become mainstream.

I doubt that Peoria will have a "cuddle puddle." And I hope I'm right....

 
At 2:14 PM, Blogger BJ Aberle said...

Mr. Summers,
I would agree with you except for now what is going on on the coasts can be instantly transmitted onto our iPods or into our living rooms. I don't think kids were inundated with this as they are now. The sexual revolution was just that... a revolution now we are witnessing the fruits of that "well fought battle." Plus the nature (for lack of better term) of what is out there has changed as well. In the 60's porn and free love required effort and work. Either going to the bookstore or pursuing your sexual interest. But now it is predatory and readily available seeking to devour. From what my wife tells me that goes on in her school....I would say that it has already started.

 
At 7:03 AM, Blogger Snarkelicious said...

Crap. Crap. Crap.

As if it wasn't already tough enough to sleep as a father.

Re: the midwest, I'd agree the hippie free-love thing didn't catch on initially. But would you agree much of it eventually made it's way into our culture? The things that are going on today in Peoria would have shocked and appalled the San Fransisco free-lovers.

Time, it would seem, is not on our side. And BJ's right, it's all just a click away. Almost every young kid I know has a site on MySpace.com. Check it out. And be afraid.

 

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