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Its really scary how the world is turning out to be. The recent story of the kids in Georgia that were plotting to kill their teacher. I'm only 25, but I don't remember ever being scared to go to school every day or worried that something bad was going to happen. Things like that just didnt seem to exist. I remember growing up we had shows that had morals to them...good family shows like Cosby and Full House. These days, kids are watching crime shows and MTV. They have nothing truly good to watch unless they just strictly watch the Disney or Nickelodeon channels. We need to get them back to shows that will teach them something and that they can watch with their parents. I really think the media is a huge factor in how kids are behaving today.
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