hairylunch (hairylunch) wrote,

wow, talk about paranoid commercials . . . just saw one that showed some bubble solution and candy jewelry and the voice overlay was "These toys look so innocent . . . but in a teen it could be a sign of extacy use." So while they're right, those things are stereotypical of the rave culture, which closely ties to the use of X, the whole stereotyping thing bothers me. Though when it comes to raising kids, perhaps it is better to be cautious, than to be too trusting of teens. I'm kind of torn on that issue.

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