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Words For Teenagers: Judge's Advice From 1959 Featured In School Newsletter Goes Vir

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  • SuperDude913
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    "Responses to the clip include enthusiastic approval, with people saying they're going to print it out and post it on their refrigerator, as well as disproval, with others deeming it far too harsh and old-school authoritarian. (The latter could be the result of the line where the judge says stop being a cry baby and to develop a backbone instead of a wishbone.)"





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    That right there is the thinking that spawns the little disrespectful turds that I see in my store. Some of the things parents let their kids do and say these days amaze me. I'm thinking some old school parenting is just what's needed.

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  • Words For Teenagers: Judge's Advice From 1959 Featured In School Newsletter Goes Vir

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    Whether you agree with the advice or not, some no-nonsense words directed at teenagers have drawn the attention of parents and youth alike after going viral on Facebook. Posts featuring a New Zealand school newsletter clipping have well over 10,000 shares on Mix 96.7's page alone.

    The advice came courtesy of a principal named John Tapene, who was quoting a judge who regularly deals with youths. The judge was aiming to answer questions in the vein of, "What can I do and where can I go?"

    The gist of his answer? Get out there and do something:

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    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/0...n_1776337.html

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