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Re: Flighted Birds......Scott/Alison

Posted by Alison on 1/14/06
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    On 1/13/06, Scott wrote:
    > On 1/13/06, Alison wrote:
    >> On 1/13/06, Scott wrote:
    >>> I feel sorry for you
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    >> No Scott, you are the one to be pitied, you don't see the danger in your own
    >> beliefs. I can't even put a name to you. I don't know what to call a person like
    >> you, a person who thinks that a mother protecting a child, is somehow wrong. It
    >> seriously blows my mind that you think so little of a childs safety that you would
    >> attack a mother for keeping her child safe. -Alison-
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    >
    > I never attached a mother, just your silly wing clipping
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    Really Scott?! What do you call this:
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    ABSOLUTELY! And I do have a child. If you had children you would know
    >>>>>> that they learn to walk, long before they have the capacity to understand
    >>>>>> danger. I had gates keeping my child safe from injury in the two most
    >>>>>> dangerous rooms in ANY home. The Kitchen and the Bathroom. -Alison-
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    >>>>
    >>>> No please stop caging your kids and crippling your birds. I am one of 4 kids
    >>>> and have 3 of my own and a "gate" has never been in our home(s). There is nmo
    >>>> need as long as you educate your children and know what you are doing before
    >>>> you have them. Same goes for clipping wings. I have read several child
    >>>> development books and I use most of them to train my birds as well. (Since
    >>>> that is what my degree is in) -Scott-

    Since when is a gate across the kitchen when the stove is in use to keep a crawling
    child out of harms way, considered "caging" a child? Show me that one in your child
    development books. -Alison-