As in "We're going to Chuck'E Cheese"? lol
Is DJ irritating you and Terry?
My boyfriend took three boys to Wild Waves today, where they got sugared up and spun in circles, and I think all the parents out there might understand why he might be tempted to take a detour through Nebraska on the way home.
I don't see that as bad. If a given parent can't deal, for whatever reason, then it's best for the child to be elsewhere--even if the child is a teenager or whatever. (If the parent is being flippant in dropping off a kid, then that's another issue.)
I'm a parent and I completely understand the temptation, Dan.
"Straighten right up or I'll leave you in Nebraska." Out here that threat might not seem all that scary, but growing up in Colorado that totally would've gotten me to behave...
It can't be worse than the current system that only takes a child away after he or she has been horribly neglected or abused. Unfortunately, many abusers are inexplicably attached to their children so many of them may not take advantage of this option.
Obnoxious urban ten year old kid abandoned at a Nebraska hospital, adopted by kindly farm family, learns how to milk cows and drive a tractor, returns as young adult years later to tears-of-joy reunion with parents. This is an After School Special just waiting to happen.
Wow. But will they let gay couples adopt them?
How about 23 year old roommates?
@9: Move out. Can't fix 'em, can't dump 'em off in Nebraska. Find a new roommate.
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