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#8 - doggstar
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(01/30/2013) [-]
well not so much stupidity but general weaknesses like lactose intolerance and allergies that would have been bred out because, well you know, the ones with them would have died before spreading their genes.. the stupidity comes from lack of education and discipline, children need to be put into line. i was punished corporally as a child if i didn't do my chores, acted out or if i didn't do my homework and i've turned out to be a decent hard working contributor of society, if anything it's the laws that we have now days banning parents from hitting their kids if they do something wrong that are the main problem with children being idiotic fools with their swag and yolo ****. if i were to have been like that i'd have had my head slapped and told to button down and do my school work by my step dad, my mother would have had me cleaning all the dishes in the cuboards and cleaning the house by scrubbing the floor, walls and roof or polishing all the shoes and then cutting the edge of the lawn with a pair of scissors or doing push ups, sit ups and running on the treadmill till i almost passed out before sitting me down and making me do my homework and then some.. she used to be a drill sergeant in the air force and knew how to get **** done, she even did room inspections and had us up at the crack of dawn to do what we were supposed to do.. and this was from the age of six
#13 to #8 - anon
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(01/30/2013) [-]
If anything our modern society is an even greater danger to people with serious allergies. As for lactose intolerance it's more of a mild inconvenience for most people and I highly doubt it would have been bred out as well. I agree with the rest of your comment. Raising the next generation is the responsibility of previous ones.