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Friday, June 4, 2010

I cannot begin to tell you how wrong this is!!

The comments on this video range from amused to outrage. Yes folks there are parents out there that not only allow their children to do things like this but actually encourage it. What do you think? I for one am disgusted!!
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Friday, May 21, 2010

Want to put your 125X125 card on one of my 3 sites? It's EASY...for now ;o)

Would you be interested in placing your 125X125 card on my side panel to the right? I will eventually be coming up with some kind of contest for this but for now I want to offer 2 card slots for trade. If you place my card on your site, your card will stay on mine as long as mine is on yours. Not a bad offer I think. ;o) Just drop me a note as a comment letting me know that you are interested. Remember that I am offering only two slots on each of my three sites. Take care my friends. ;o)
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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Would you allow your daughters to do this then post the video to youtube?

This is inappropriate. These parents actually thought this was okay.
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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Child trafficking in your own back yard?

Did you know that Child Trafficking is a major problem in the Philippines even today? According to DSWD records they have assisted approximately 596 children, 188 boys and 408 girls, who were victims of trafficking last year. These children were subjected to anything from prostitution and pedophilia to pornography and child labor. Unicef has stated that the Philippines has the highest incidence of child prostitution in a tourist oriented destination. Is this the worldwide recognition that we want?

Children should be protected. They represent the future of any nation. How they are treated today will determine what kind of adults they will become. This in fact is how the cycle of abuse continues because these children who are trafficked and abused mentally and physically today, many times, become the abusers of tomorrow.

Ask yourself what you can do to help and actually take the next step into making a positive difference in the life a child’s tomorrow.

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Friday, April 9, 2010

Do your children have a "Right" to privacy?

We all demand a right to our privacy. There is a valid concern for who knows what about you. Everything from financial information to that brown shoe box that you keep stashed on the top shelf in the back of your closet. Lives, relationships, businesses, and even governments have been toppled because some piece of privileged information has fallen into the wrong hands.

What I would like to know is what you think about your child's right to privacy. When he/she is old enough to want to keep her/his bedroom door locked. Cell phones, internet, who their friends are, and where they go when they leave the house. What is your stand? Do you have a right to know? Do you think you should know?

For me, I want to know everything about my children. Where they go, what they do, who they know. I do not allow them to lock doors in the house. I have access to cell phones and internet accounts. I know their friends parents. Do I always exercise my right to "invade" all of these areas of their developing lives? I do occasionally with no rhyme or reason. With no malice of forethought, it is just something I do. It is something they expect. They do not mind either because it has always been that way.

We need to know everything about our children and their lives. This lessens the possibility of ever having to say, "I wish I knew".
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Monday, March 22, 2010

Check out "Net Nanny" What your child does on the internet is your business ;o)

Right at this moment the number one software on the market for keeping unwanted material off of your families computers is Net Nanny.Following is an excerpt from their website;

"Blocks Pornography and Protects Families and Children

Much more important than how it works, is that you know that Net Nanny does work. You have the peace of mind of knowing that you are protecting your children and family with the best internet safety tools available. Net Nanny can block not only pornography, but hate sites, questionable chat rooms and other dangers of the Internet. You can configure Net Nanny to block online game and gambling sites, and even make it so your children can only install and play computer games with parental ratings that you deem appropriate. Net Nanny even offers a simple, easy to use set-up assistant to help parents determine what online activities (Web sites, chat, gaming and social networks) are appropriate based on your family member’s age."

You can go to toptenreviews to see their list of the top content blockers. 

Remember that the protection of your children on the internet rests fully on your shoulders. Nobody else will ever care for them as much as you. Aside from programs like these, remember that Adult Supervision is always the best form of protection that you can give your children. Talk to them and show interest in what they are doing. ;o)
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Sunday, March 21, 2010

Earth Hour! Let's join the party ;o)

I think the poster says it all. Amazing how easy it will be for us to show some solidarity for the desire to save our planet. This planet after all is the only one we have. Unless Tom Cruise has some information that we don't have. ;o) (A friend at posted about this. I agree that this is something worth spreading.)
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Thursday, March 18, 2010

Hello and Welcome ;o)

Hello and thank you for visiting this new site and for actually reading this post. The title must have gotten your attention. Well, I knew it would, and in connection with that I would like to clarify a couple of things before we go on;
1. This site is not affiliated with any religious group. It is not my intent to bash any group or organization specifically because they do not adhere to some religious belief or standard.
2. This site does not intend to infringe on any personal freedoms where those freedoms do not impede or otherwise affect the rights of others who make the conscious decision to not partake in said personal freedoms.

What is the mission of this site?
1. To bring together a like minded group of people that have loved ones they would like to protect and shield from certain influences that they feel would negatively affect that loved ones outlooks on life and decision making.
2. To create a constituency that would be able to voice that opinion and make a real difference by actually making changes that could ultimately make our individual worlds safer places to be for our loved ones.
3. To provide advice and techniques that we can immediately follow that can make our individual worlds safer for our loved ones.

How you can participate?
1. Join this site by following us on Twitter, Facebook, Google Friend Connect, Etc.
2. Participate in the discussions by commenting on the posts.
3. Submit posts, ideas for posts, pictures, or personal stories of how you successfully or unsuccessfully protected a loved one or yourself.
4. Write about this site and tell friends about it. Get them involved as well.
5. Start a chapter in your area or on your website by re-posting or re-tweeting stories/tips you read here.
6. Place the sites Button on your website or place a link on your blogroll.
7. Any participation is greatly appreciated and reciprocated as well as we can.

If you have a child or family member that you care deeply about you must act proactively to keep them from becoming a victim in their lifetimes, either willingly or unwillingly. If you have ever watched a pornographic film or seen a pornographic image, did you ever stop to think, “What if that was my child (regardless of age) on that screen?” Have you ever wondered how many rapes or molestations occurred as a result of exposure to pornography? How about if those people involved in making or appearing in pornographic material find it acceptable to do so because of early exposure to pornographic/adult imagery? You should think about it because either you or somebody you know may have been or will be confronted with one aspect or another of these same questions.

Again, thank you for your visit. Let’s make the security of those we love a priority in our lives. Take care always. ;o)
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