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Offline Paul St. John

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Positive Peer Pressure
« on: June 13, 2003, 02:23:00 AM »
This very ideal supports the problem.

Any child who was crushed into doing drugs beyond their own will, theough peer pressure but is now
"positively peer pressured", intpo doing the "right" thing, has only traded vices.


Peer Pressure, itself is the enemy ..

Not.. It s flavor.

It s a wise decision to do this though from the point of view of a dishonest busines man as, now, at leat temporarily, to any person who sees this child before and after and is only interested in certain criteria.. if the child does drugs.. hw he speaks to aduls.. if heor she is a good toilet bowl scrubber, this child is a walking billboard..

A walikng bilboard.. especailly with all the terms and idea force fed into these kid s minds..


and of course a lot of people will notice simply th poesitives of being off drugs and such as opposed to the fact that the kid has lost their individuality cause generally a lot people wanna believe the good side of things and see what they want to see.

Yep.. Those dishonest business man love that in people, and so they create billboards out of children and send em out into the world, hoping to pull in more suckers, and create more builboards..

through "POSITIVE?"  PEER PRESSURE


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Re: Positive Peer Pressure
« Reply #1 on: June 20, 2010, 10:57:07 PM »
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