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Comments about ‘'It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown' not appropriate for children, blogger says’

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Published: Thursday, Oct. 25 2012 3:00 p.m. MDT

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PGVikingDad
Pleasant Grove, UT

Your links just loop back to the same article.

just-a-fan
Bountiful, UT

I watched all of those shows as a kid, as did my friends and siblings, and we are all fine. It's fun.

Danny Chipman
Lehi, UT

Yeah, because pretending something doesn't exist makes it go away. If you're that bothered by it, make a point of watching it with your kids and see how they feel about it. Have a discussion.

That is, if they even care to watch the show at all. Charlie is getting a bit dated.

ulvegaard
Medical Lake, Washington

As with any program or activity, prayerful consideration and active parenting is a must. My wife and I are quite alarmed as to how many people tune in to Sponge Bob Square Pants to entertain their children. Personally, I would pick Charlie Brown over Sponge Bob any day of the week.

Some things are dated and yet I love to watch old black and white movies with my favorite stars. I am teaching my children to play Hide'n Seek and Kick the can, and we love to sit down to a family movie of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers with Jane Powell.

Sometimes I think we need to return to the good 'ol days and allow for the concept that the best way to handle a bully is to flatten him and then invite him over for lunch. We are constantly retreating and going into full defense mode. It's really paying off, isn't it.

Serenity
Manti, UT

Oh good grief! Charlie Brown? Isn't this doing much ado about nothing? Just ask'n

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