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‘Story of Stuff’ Videos Aim Stealth Indoctrination at Students

Allan41 Wrote: Jul 19, 2012 9:52 AM
Calm down everyone. It will not work. It won't work because as soon as these kid's get older they will want the same stuff we had. No, they will want BETTER and newer stuff. And more of it ! Human nature means people want to have fun and enjoy some luxury. It's just human nature. You can't stop it unless you outlaw it. (and many have/will try that route)
Milt37 Wrote: Jul 19, 2012 10:42 AM

The only flaw in your premise is that if kids are taught that they deserve everything they want merely by existing, and not that they have to work for it, then you end up with clowns like the OWS losers.

Sure it's human nature to want things, but it obvious that too many of our youth have already been indoctrinated to believe that all they have to do is occupy and partially destroy cities, until Big Nanny gives into their tantrum.

Yesterday, I noted a sure sign that summer is nearly over: There were commercials on TV for ingredients to make school lunches.

Already, the folks at Oscar Mayer are offering suggestions for how to make a lunch that kids will find nutritious and delicious, though they don’t offer any advice in the ads on how to keep school administrators from pitching your homemade lunch and force-feeding your kid chicken nuggets.

Advertisers aren’t the only ones looking ahead to the coming academic year. Yesterday, the prolific folks at the Story of Stuff Project released yet another short video that is sure...