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    Re: Bedtime reading could disadvantage other children, academic says

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    Uhm, what do you think? Is "unfairly" advantaging their children something parents should even concern themselves with or feel bad about? According to the article, it is.
    I sure as hell hope so. My children were read to almost religiously when they were growing up. If anything, I want my kids to have advantages in life I didn't have, especially if some whiny asshole considers it unfair. Nothing I love more than offending those whose mission in life is looking for something by which to be offended.
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    Re: Bedtime reading could disadvantage other children, academic says

    Quote Originally Posted by Josie View Post
    It's a vicious cycle, of course. Bad parents many times have kids who grow up to be bad parents and so on.
    Right. And kids who break the cycle, through intent and purpose, are actually pretty rare.
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