• What is parents’ responsibility
    April 30,2013
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    Should parents be accountable if they don’t talk to their kids about certain subjects and they kill someone? As in texting and driving, drinking and driving, or even drugs. Too many kids are either dying or killing someone because they don’t know the dangers or don’t care about the consequences of their actions. Too many kids and adults are texting or talking on the phone while driving, and if they have friends in the car with them, they get a funny text, show the driver and crash! So my question is: “Should parents be accountable of the actions of their kids if they don’t talk to them?”

    When we (the younger generation) were growing up we never had cellphones, so we never had so many distractions like they do now.

    JEFFERY BURDITT

    Pittsford
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