posted on Apr, 8 2013 @ 01:29 AM
reply to post by Meldionne1
Did I write it too simply for you to understand?
Maybe you think it's just a random act that caused their parents' inability to parent, but I don't it's that simple. If it were, the thuggish behavior
would not be so prevalent.
Maybe I'm projecting, but I think society, as a whole, casts others into groups as it judges them. In doing so, it furthers the problem by forcing
people to see each other as them or they, instead of we. Once someone sees another "group" as problematic, it makes enemies out of them by ostracizing
any who appears to fall into said "group". Thus, it further enables the problem.
Think of it like this: If the parents are the problem, then how did they become problematic? The parents lack the ability to parent because they too
were ostracized as we all place each other into tidy little groups whom we can cast blame on.
More, I don't know what made you want to bring money into the conversation. Do you put so much importance on it, that you think fining someone is the
only recursive action to solving a problem? Must one be disciplined to understand error?
To answer your question, yes, you should be fined of all your money; but not because of the current problem, but because you put too much value on
edit on 4/8/2013 by Bleeeeep because: too many in doing so's needed to mix it up