- May 19, 2009
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Here's the deal... 6 months old I have left my kid in the car. I also have the presence of mind to keep the car in sight, carry a pistol, and limit it to no more than 10 mins. 10 actual minutes. Not 10 percieved minutes. I also make sure I can see the car is running. Anything even looks sketchy then I'm out the door. It's actually less upsetting to a young child to chill than to have to get him/her out of a car seat and into a store and tell them "no you can't have that" 90 times. I got it, there are people doing some stupid things, but once my kids began to have the ability to move and run I've forced a certain level of independence on him and her that's required to be able to survive in alaska. I'm sure you guys in California would see this as child abuse. **** you. its my kid. I see not putting my kids in situations where they are required to use problem solving skills as not preparing them for the world.
In my eyes, part of the reason we have all these self esteem issues in adults is because they were not taught that they can survive and thrive in bad situations. They have no self worth and identity outside of what society tells them to be. I would think that this community would understand the bull crap that comes with accepting a given societal identity.
No these situations are not the kids fault, but at a certain point you have to adopt a spartan mentality. If the kids too dumb to get out of a car where they are suffocating then mabye we don't need them growing up and procreating and creating other little dumbasses that are dependant on society to survive.
This is my opinion in certain cases, let the flame war begin.
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SO your 6 months kid could not open the car door and get out on his/her own ! I am talking about babies being locked in cars , if you can't get that you should not have anymore kids!
And what if something had happen and you where not able to get back to your within your 10 minutes ? Shit does happen!