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'Honor Park' hopes to teach values through media

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  • Jamescmeyer Midwest City, USA, OK
    Feb. 27, 2014 8:28 a.m.

    And to think I was in the midst of criticizing kickstarter.

    I like the Might Morphin' Power Rangers. You know, the first few seasons with the dinozords and all that. It's cheesy and painful and awful to watch now, but I still enjoy it, because it kept reinforcing being a positive influence in society, being kind and non-violent yet standing up for what is right, self-respect, and personal development.

    All of the true heroes in video games (previously my dominant hobby) have made way for morally ambiguous and self-centered "anti heroes" with whom New York and California-style teens can relate with. There are no models, no one to aspire toward, no positive examples-just drudgery reinforcing substandard things. This show is one I might look into fundraising for, because I want something positive in media for my soon-to-be children.

  • The Caravan Moves On Enid, OK
    Feb. 26, 2014 4:24 p.m.

    Cool! What a great idea and definitely pleasing to the Lord to bring about good through wise use of our own free-agency.

    Good luck!

  • armchair quarterback DRAPER, UT
    Feb. 26, 2014 3:55 p.m.

    Great idea. Catchy song. Entertaining trailer. Wishing you success!