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vet43,In a James Michener novel written some years ago. One part of the story described a cavalry attack on a helpless Indian camp of starving old men, women, and children.
When the officer in charge was asked by one of the men under him "What should we do with the children"? He replied without so much as a shred of caring in his voice, "Nit's grow into Lice". His men proceeded to shoot all the children.
The novel was "Centennial". It is a pretty good read!
I consider myself to be pretty callous...But even I considered that statement tasteless in the context here.
Reads like a couple of you people should have had a grand parent take you to the woodshed for a little RESPECT!!
not in reference to anyone mentioned in this article :
do a better job the first time and you won't be raising kids a second time
Thank God for these wonderful grandparents who are willing to step up to the plate (for the second time) to raise these children. Bravo!!!
You just called a child an insect. How does that make you feel?
That is wrong on any level.
"He didn't say anything. He just looked," said Gant, who chuckled as she described the flurry of whispers among Tray'Lon's classmates as she sat down in a chair next to him. "I'll go sit in the classroom. I don't play." - High five, Grandma! One day, he will appreciate it.