Friday, August 19, 2016

This 'Free Range Children' Movement Has Gone Too Far

A few years back, the whole 'Free-Range Kids' philosophy was all the rage. I can sympathize with the idea, growing up we had a lot of free time- in the summer, we were allowed to play outside until sundown, and our mom would ring a big brass bell to summon us to dinner, which usually lasted until after 10PM. We were ramblers and rough-housers, with parental supervision typically being stringent only in the case of academics. Mom knew she raised us with ethical standards, so she wasn't afraid of us having the run of the neighborhood. That being said, as Tengrain reveals, the free-range kids thing can go too far:




It's a cookbook!!!

4 comments:

Nasreen Iqbal said...

But wait... I thought Americans weren't having kids?

If American kids are so rare, why are they only going for $2.59 a pound at Whole Foods?

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

It's a sale, N.I.

Just trying to get people hooked on the flavor, then the price goes right back up.
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tony in san diego said...

Soylent Pink is children!!!!!

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Nasreen, if they're too rare, just throw 'em back on the grill for a little bit....