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Originally posted by JakiusFogg
reply to post by zerozero00
We do that too, I am a real father, not a "dead beat dad"
But with the guns there is just a fascination. I understand that play fighting is part of growing up. I just feel there is a limit. And to be honest I blame ATS a lot for this mind set. As when I see this, I know just see it as social conditioning. or is it simply the human condition?
if the latter, that's quite sad really. Now, in a couple of weeks, my wife will give birth to our second child. A girl. should I start collecting up the toy guns for her also?edit on 14/4/2012 by JakiusFogg because: (no reason given)
I would be worried if he was doing something more dangerous like constantly reading the Quran.
Originally posted by andy06shake
Guns dont kill people, people do. Thats it in a nut shell.
Originally posted by Kali74
reply to post by JakiusFogg
As a liberal who hates guns (but not the 2nd amendment) let me just say, you can't stop a child from playing with toy guns, they will also use sticks or their hands...unless you plan on totally isolating your child. When my son was old enough I began one of the many conversations that never ends, which is what guns are really capable of doing.