When the tragedy in Colorado took place, one of the discussions that came out of it was whether the six-year-old girl who was one of the victims should have been attending a midnight showing of such a violent movie. While I didn't think the debate was fair to the grieving parents, it did make me ponder the underlying issue.
What do you all think: Are PG-13 movies appropriate for young children? Why or why not?
How do you feel when you're attending an adult-themed movie in the evening and someone brings a child into the theatre?
We, unfortunately, hear too often about high school bullying. And sometimes it goes so far that the kids who have been bullied snap. But what happens when high school is over?
I just read a story about a guy who threatened his former classmates via Facebook as they planned their 20-year high school reunion. 38-year-old Jason Carroll Moss says he was bullied throughout high school, and made the threat because he wanted to deter the bullies from harrassing him at the reunion.
Do you think that the folks you went to high school are the same as they were then or have changed as they have grown in life?