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September 13, 2014



Evidently that student has neither been a parent or listened to Louis CK's take on it.


My opinion only:
That behavior is directly the responsibility of the parents. It starts at home. If they can not reasonably keep their children under control, they need to work on it before they go out. I have raised 3 children so do have some experience. It is not an American issue. I have been out of the country and have seen this type of behavior elsewhere. it can ruin other patrons dining experience, and I have seen the aftermath: it looks like a war zone around the table when they leave. McDonald's has a great remedy at some of their facilities with the play area.

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