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I LOVE costume parties, and sewed costumes for my kids when they were growing up. But have you read about "furries" and "bronies"? The practice goes far beyond dressing up for a costume party. It involves adopting a persona of a fictional character, not for the duration of a party, but for significant amounts of time. That is disturbing. It shows a lack of emotional development. I would be heartbroken if one of my children lived such a pathetic life.
Glad I didn't even know this existed when I was raising my children. There were enough scary things to have to counter as it was. This is sick. Goes hand in glove with "bronies." With stuff like this going on in the culture, it's no wonder we ended up with our current President.
This person(s) must be a Furrie trying to distract us from our scorn of Furries. Would some Townhall person please eliminate this commenter?
Wow, awesome ad, Senator Guillory!
Hopefully tonight's announcement by her Dear Leader will finish her off.
"The crowd" in this case being the Establishment, whatever that happens to be. My parents just about had a fit when they heard we were going to homeschool, because it was going against authority and the Establishment. But now they are the biggest proponents of homeschooling to be found, and they attended their first protest (TEA party) in their late 70s. So yeah, even the older generation has come around. Like I said, some children of the '60s went off and smoked dope. Others went off and homeschooled. All brought to you by the '60s. And we are dang proud of it, too. :)
WOw, well somehow we have managed to homeschool and raise 3 very godly, hardworking young adults who all vote conservative! And I have never smoked one joint in my entire life. We did that by constantly asking what was best for them, instead of following the crowd. That's a hallmark of the Spirit of 1776, the spirit of the '60s, and the spirit of the TEA party. You need to do some research, man.
No, but unfortunately that spirit had been largely stamped out due to complacency.
I will say the '60s weren't all bad. True, some people went off their rocker with free love, drugs, and rock 'n roll. But others took the "do your own thing" message seriously and started the pro-life and homeschool movements. The '60s taught us not to be afraid to question authority. "Who are you to tell me how to live?" I seriously doubt the homeschool, pro-life and TEA Party movements would even exist if it were not for the '60s. In fact, ANY counter-cultural conservative movement has its roots in the '60s.
Awesomeness. :) This looks like DO HARD THINGS for the post-college crowd. People really need to hear this message!
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