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Old 09-20-2012, 03:46 PM   #36
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Really not bashing on teenagers here. I have 5 still at home and a 21 year old that's out on his own. There are some amazing kids out there. Just saying that some folks in general have Zero respect for other peoples property.
I do believe that it is mostly teenagers nowadays. Parents of this generation honestly cannot raise their kids for **** (Not talking about anyone here, you are all respectable people). There are many parents who don't keep track of their teenagers and don't really give a **** about what they are doing after school.

Teenagers seem to think that they are on top of the world and that they are invincible, they just were not raised properly to see the consequences in what they do.

And the funny part of all this is that I am 17 in High School going to school with these idiots, my parents taught me to respect other peoples property. I don't even touch another person's car without their ok.

I know that it isn't just teenagers, but it does seem like the parents of today screwed up big time raising this generation (again, not talking about anyone here). That's my .02
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I do believe that it is mostly teenagers nowadays. Parents of this generation honestly cannot raise their kids for **** (Not talking about anyone here, you are all respectable people). There are many parents who don't keep track of their teenagers and don't really give a **** about what they are doing after school.

Teenagers seem to think that they are on top of the world and that they are invincible, they just were not raised properly to see the consequences in what they do.

And the funny part of all this is that I am 17 in High School going to school with these idiots, my parents taught me to respect other peoples property. I don't even touch another person's car without their ok.

I know that it isn't just teenagers, but it does seem like the parents of today screwed up big time raising this generation (again, not talking about anyone here). That's my .02
Gotta say....very respectable opinion.
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Old 09-20-2012, 08:27 PM   #39
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"it's just a car" the one quote that will never cease to piss me off.
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Old 09-20-2012, 09:52 PM   #40
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I do believe that it is mostly teenagers nowadays. Parents of this generation honestly cannot raise their kids for **** (Not talking about anyone here, you are all respectable people). There are many parents who don't keep track of their teenagers and don't really give a **** about what they are doing after school.

Teenagers seem to think that they are on top of the world and that they are invincible, they just were not raised properly to see the consequences in what they do.

And the funny part of all this is that I am 17 in High School going to school with these idiots, my parents taught me to respect other peoples property. I don't even touch another person's car without their ok.

I know that it isn't just teenagers, but it does seem like the parents of today screwed up big time raising this generation (again, not talking about anyone here). That's my .02
Very true I'm also 17 and I see it all the time. You are very right

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"it's just a car" the one quote that will never cease to piss me off.
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Old 09-20-2012, 10:33 PM   #41
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All the dumb and obnoxious kids give other ones a bad name. In my town there are so many punk kids that it ruins the respect for anyone under 23. I'm 18 and almost never get treated right I was raised with respect and responsibly but at first glance people judge me and never take me seriously. It pisses me off and now when I see a punk it makes me mad seeing them act crazy and un-matured. Grow up people. Just my opinion
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"it's just a car" the one quote that will never cease to piss me off.
Yes it is a car, but do I come to your house, and wipe my greasy hands across your walls?

( that's what you gotta say)
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Yes it is a car, but do I come to your house, and wipe my greasy hands across your walls?

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That's a great comeback
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