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Old 02-03-2014, 11:32 PM
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I have a granddaughter 6yrs old, and grandson 3 yrs old. Both born on the 31st of January. I have 5 all together. 6 yr old is my sons 3 yr old my daughters. This was a combined party for both. It made me feel good to watch the 2 boys running around with toy guns and having a good time. Not to say there was anything wrong with the girls doing there thing. Just a great day.
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That's what I did as a kid(toy guns, cap guns). And I noticed that you don't see alot of 40ish people shooting up the place.
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at a three day family reunion about 20 years ago, my wife's uncle gave homemade rubber band rifles to all the boys and girls under 15 years old. I was so jealous! After about 15 minutes the girls lost interest, but the boys went on for all three days. I noticed the older boys, exercised good round count/control and made sure the youngest weren't ganged up on (two of them went into the service and the third became a fireman) Maybe this is how society used to test and train it out of psychopaths before they were too bent to correct. Ivan

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Unfortunately there are a lot of things not taught anymore.
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