Originally Posted by teedubya
Alright, my 11 year old son said a friend of his "gave" him his copy of Black Ops 2, because he thought he had lost it... got another copy and gave this other copy to my son.
I don't want my kids playing these violent video games, as it is, so I wouldn't buy this game for him.
Well, my son's friend's mom just called me and told me that they couldn't find the game anywhere... and they last remember playing it when my son was there.
My son then changed his story when confronted, saying that he was "borrowing" it and that his friend said that he could.
This is the third instance of him grabbing something that doesn't belong to him. He used my stored credit card in the XBOX to buy a bunch of credits to download games about 7-8 months ago. He took a gold peace sign necklace from my mom about 4 months ago. And now this.
So, should I sell the XBOX 360 or not? My instinct says yes. What say you?
TL;DR my son stole something for the 3rd time in the past 8 months, should I sell the XBOX?
Take your son out into your backyard. Show him where you have placed the xbox. Remove the baseball bat from behind your back. Smash xbox repeatedly.
Repeat 3X for effect.
Look your son in the eyes, then smile as you light it on fire.
We do not choose our destinies. Yet we must...we must do our duty, no? Great or small, we must do our duty.
Originally Posted by Mavericks Ace
I have completely given up on Alex Smith as a qb. Its painful to watch. Like, worse than watching Colt McCoy.