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If Adults Act Like Kids, How Are Kids to Act?

July 8, 2015

Before we start judging children, we should be looking at their so-called rolemodels. There is no point criticising kids today without first shining the light on us adults. Case in point:

There’s loud talking and phones ringing but theater etiquette might have taken a turn for the worst last week when a theatergoer climbed onstage to charge his dead cellphone.

The patron tried to recharge his mobile device in what looked like an outlet just before the production of Broadway’s Hand to God on July 2 in New York.

The attempt to recharge was, in the end, pointless – the onstage outlet was just a prop, created by Tony Award winner Beowulf Boritt, whose set is a realistic depiction of a basement of a church in Texas.

Click on the link to read The Benefits of Telling Lies Click on the link to read How Babies Learn (Video) Click on the link to read Celebrating Our Mistakes Click on the link to read Is Guilt a Motivator of Children?


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