Comments:Australia's Channel Seven breaches children TV standards regulations by broadcasting McDonald's advertisement

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Comments from feedback form - "No Mcdonald should be fined no..."001:31, 20 September 2011
Who's In Charge?109:46, 19 September 2011

Comments from feedback form - "No Mcdonald should be fined no..."

No Mcdonald should be fined not Australia Channel Seven

125.236.44.42 (talk)01:31, 20 September 2011

Who's In Charge?

What happened to the days when parents were in charge of their kids, what their kids ate, watched, wore, and read. It seems to me that the more the "experts" tell us how to raise our kids, the more kids are turning out badly.

76.169.15.196 (talk)23:05, 17 September 2011

Funny thing, no matter how much advice experts give us, a saddening number of parents continue to "raise" their parents the way it's always been done - absentminded and reactionary, sneaking off to drink or work while the television babysits their children at every opportunity. Why blame the people nobody pays attention to in the first place?

139.18.198.30 (talk)09:46, 19 September 2011