Several years ago I was doing a mulch job for a one time customer in a expensive home and I had my 12 year old son helping me to earn money for a dirt bike. The lady came out and asked my son if he wanted to come in and play video games with her son while I did her job but I mentioned that he was helping me to earn money for a dirt bike. She couldnt beleive that I was making him work for what she claimed was "something that I should just buy for him" and after a minute or so of our slightly heated discussion, walked away saying something about me not being a very good father. Well today (several years later) I get home from a day of jeeping with my son and read in the paper where this ladys son was involved in a high speed chase with police and ended up crashing his car and had to be subdued with a tazer. Police found meth making stuff in the car as well. Im sure his mom went and bailed him rite out and woulnt be surprised if they are looking for a new car by now, after all it probably isnt his fault, he is just suffering from oppression stemming from that time he actually had to clean his own room back when their nanny had the nerve to call in sick I couldnt help enjoying the article as I read it and can at least say my son hasnt even come close to a performance of that nature. He enjoys football, hunting, jeep building (yea, he bought his own jeep with his own $$), 4 wheeling and stuff like that. Moral of the story - dont take advise from people with big mouthes.