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Comments on Profile Post by E X P A N S I O N P A C K

  1. Xylia
    Xylia
    And sentiments like this are exactly the reason *why* it isn't a good idea to do that these days. See, back in the 1900s, 1920s, etc such things were seen as normal. 14-16 year olds were playing around with Chemistry sets that would be pulled from store shelves today.
    Dec 25, 2017
  2. Xylia
    Xylia
    This worked back then, because kids were taught to be more mature from earlier on. 14-16 year olds were mature enough to start families in the 1800s. Yes, 14 year old girls were getting married, getting pregnant and having kids and this was normal. Now, today, I wouldn't even trust an average 18 year old with something like a soldiering iron unless I knew the person was good enough to handle it properly.
    Dec 25, 2017
  3. Xylia
    Xylia
    And a big part of the reason why leads back to the extreme sheltering/coddling/etc and lack of discipline that's gone on since those days..
    Dec 25, 2017
  4. E X P A N S I O N P A C K
    E X P A N S I O N P A C K
    I have been taught like that, but then again, at 16 the hormones still make some questionable decisions.
    Dec 25, 2017
  5. FlyKip
    FlyKip
    Well the questionable decisions come from not being taught how to be mature
    Dec 27, 2017
  6. FlyKip
    FlyKip
    And hormones don't "make" you chose decisions, sure, they influence them, but at the end of the day, it's you making the choice
    Dec 27, 2017
  7. E X P A N S I O N P A C K
    E X P A N S I O N P A C K
    I do realize that, but I also know that at the end of the long road of hormone induced growth, I will be a much more mature person than my peers, solely on how I was raised and taught.
    Dec 27, 2017
  8. Xylia
    Xylia
    Yeah, these days, most parents treat computers, games consoles, etc as an electric nanny. They'll sit their kids in front of it and then go off doing who knows what because they simply don't care. They want the sex, but they don't want to deal with the responsibility.
    Dec 27, 2017
  9. E X P A N S I O N P A C K
    E X P A N S I O N P A C K
    Instead of treating a computer as a nanny, it's treated more as a pet, we even have to buy our own parts and build it if we don't want to be stuck with a netbook that can't even play Minecraft at a consistent FPS. (If you're wondering, we get the netbooks for schoolwork)
    Dec 27, 2017
  10. Xylia
    Xylia
    That's awesome to hear. I can't stand it when people talk like building computers is "too hard" and they complain that their wal*mart computer won't run "X game" above 5 FPS lol. Or the people who go "building a PC is too expensive!" while simultaneously buying a new console every other year and paying for its online sub fees.
    Dec 27, 2017
  11. E X P A N S I O N P A C K
    E X P A N S I O N P A C K
    I hate to be like this, but #pcmasterrace
    Dec 27, 2017