Whatever Happened to Sandlots? - Kids Plugged Into the Electronic World
June 14, 2011
This summer, Kevin Swanson is sitting around wondering where all the children went? Where are all of the sandlots? The children are nowhere to be seen. Why isn't anybody playing ball in the sandlots? Oh! The average kid spends 12-13 hours a day plugged into the electronic media! We have yet to understand the true effects of this huge mistake. Within 20 years or so, we'll at least get our hands around the magnitude of it. But it's not just kids. Wives are divorcing their husbands over addiction to World of Warcraft and other on-line games. We review computer games on this edition of Generations. Also we provide a list of four questions to ask before your family participates in computer games.
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