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Old 09-15-2013, 06:23 AM   #11
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When I was kid I never new what a "Rod" was? But I did know that it was bad news. A "Peach Tree" switch I understood.


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When I was kid I never new what a "Rod" was? But I did know that it was bad news. A "Peach Tree" switch I understood.
my father used a paddle made from a 1x4! about three feet long!


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Gees a 1X4" now that is some serious lumber. Our little country 2 room grade school was ruled over by our "Warden" Miss Lillian. She had some serious lumber and used it often.
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Gees a 1X4" now that is some serious lumber. Our little country 2 room grade school was ruled over by our "Warden" Miss Lillian. She had some serious lumber and used it often.
in some ways i was a bit of a rebel and challenged my father's authority from time to time and became very familiar with his paddle. my father was by no means shy about discipline either!
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The current laws would have put our disciplinarians in jail. But then "Yes Sir" and "Yes Mam" are no longer in the lexicon of our youth.
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The current laws would have put our disciplinarians in jail. But then "Yes Sir" and "Yes Mam" are no longer in the lexicon of our youth.
what is sad is that in current times, everyone is trying so hard to be politically correct, that the younger generations are suffering.

if a parent disciplines their child they are abusing them. if they don't discipline them, they are neglecting them. too many agencies stepping in and telling poeple how to raise their children. making laws that are stupid in not allowing parent to use corporal punishment to discipline their children.

the result is now we have many teenagers that defy authority and have little to no respect for their elders or their parents. i see quite often pre-teens and teenagers speaking very unrespectfully to their parents and it appalls me at the attitude and the behaviour of them.


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