#11: The No-TV Rule

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10 responses to “#11: The No-TV Rule

  1. imaG

    Lol so many white parents do this.for the rest of us tv = babysitter 🙂

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    STUFF WHITE PARENTS LIKE: “No kidding. Who do you think is watching our kids now?”

  2. Now, what exactly does the color of your skin or race have to do about T.V watching?

    STUFF WHITE PARENTS LIKE: Actually, skin color or race has nothing to do with it. See our “About” page. “White parent” here is more a state of mind… or a lifestyle… and a very expensive and annoying one at that.

  3. LOL I truly get it. A certain member of my family is not allowed to watch tv, age 4

  4. JoseOle

    I know people who do this, the ironic thing was they only let their kid watch the Little Einstein videos that are worse for kids than cartoons. This is spot on as well.

  5. Rosshe

    I don’t get it, is Barack Obama also white? Or he is black enough?
    “Children can’t achieve unless we raise their expectations and turn off the television sets and eradicate the slander that says a black youth with a book is acting white,” said Obama in the 2004 Democratic National Convention speech that catapulted him to national prominence. (see it here: http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/Vote2008/story?id=4524005&page=1)

  6. Rosshe

    More:
    “Before this year’s New Hampshire primary, Obama included the theme of parental responsibility in a television ad. “We need parents to turn off the television and instill in our children a sense of excellence.”
    Hey, you seem to be shooting at your brother, huh?

    THE WHITE PARENT REPLIES:
    Yes, I believe we saw that — ON TV!

  7. wow, are you racist or something?

    THE WHITE PARENT SAYS:
    “No…? Why do you ask? The ABOUT section explains this. Being a WHITE PARENT is more a state of mind and finances than a skin color or ethnicity.

  8. Alicia

    Yes, but many white parents buy all sorts of educational DVDs and park their children in front of the flat-screen TV to watch.

    THE WHITE PARENT SAYS:
    “Yes, that’s ironic. Unfortunately, white parents are unaware of the irony in their own lives, unless it is contained in an expensive play or show they have just paid a lot of money to watch.”

  9. Johann

    1 for 11.

  10. Josh

    THE WHITE PARENT SAYS:
    “No…? Why do you ask? The ABOUT section explains this. Being a WHITE PARENT is more a state of mind and finances than a skin color or ethnicity

    the reason keep pointing this out is because you are equating good partent to white parent. That is racist, even though your intent may not be your actions are. Perhaps you should call the blog stuffsnobbyparentslike or stuffboosieparentslike or something that does not imply that white parents treat their kids better than non-white ones.