As you may have noticed, the vast majority of teens and young adults have adopted the practice of letting their pants sag off their butt to the point that most of the underware is exposed to the public. In this society that's the norm and any young person who choose not to dress in that way is considered uncool and often picked on. Sad to say but most parents support their children in dressing in such a disrespectful manner, to them its a means of self expression and young people have the right to openly proclaim who they are. well that may be true to them, however every coin has two sides so lets dig deeper into this. I find it to be a sign of disrespect for young people to walk about displsying their underware for two reasons (first ) it shows that you have no respect for yourself or your parent, the world we live in is a very dirty place when you go about your daily deeds those white undies you left home in this morning ends up looking brown because of all the dirt they picked up during the day. if someone was walking behind you and saw that they might get the picture of poor hygenes or that your mother doesn't wash colthes very often. (second) There are senior citizens out there who should not have to look at your underware (dirty or clean) I could give you 30 reasons but I'm sure you don't have the time. give me some feedback.
Friday, June 24, 2011
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Have you ever driven down a city street to find youngster playing basketball with a portable goal just off the shoulder of the road? Some parents don't see that as a problem but not all of us see it that way, activities of that nature often disrupt the flow of traffic causing heated communication between motorist and kids. violence and accidental run downs are common and yet senseless in communities where the laws prohibiting roadside basketball are not enforced or simply non-existing. What do you think about it and what do think can de done to correct the problem.