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Date Posted: 06:03:16 09/27/05 Tue
Author: Eppy
Subject: I Still Say ....
In reply to: Jean 's message, "it was" on 22:14:31 09/26/05 Mon

that it was insensitive. I talk very openly about tough issues with my children and they are not sheltered, but there is also the hope that parents will teach their children what is acceptable and tactful to discuss publicly and what is not. Asking a soldier if he was raped was not tactful IMHO, considering the audience and perhpas their ages. If it had been an assembly on the horrors and consequences of war, than perhaps, I would revise my opinion, but I guess in this situation, I am ignorant of the purpose of the assembly.

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