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    Quote Originally Posted by Mechanic Bob View Post
    "Problem is respect is not something that is easily "educated" it is something that is learned by example. We are moving toward a "me first" mind set in all areas, and kids are learning it from their elders. "

    Don't get me started or Lewisfishing would have me banned for good!
    Oh lord here we go! Haha. All we can do is teach our offspring right and hope others do the same. Example is the best form of teaching


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mechanic Bob View Post
    "Problem is respect is not something that is easily "educated" it is something that is learned by example. We are moving toward a "me first" mind set in all areas, and kids are learning it from their elders. "

    Don't get me started or Lewisfishing would have me banned for good!
    Yeah...I'm watching you! Hahahaha!


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    Quote Originally Posted by dbeam View Post
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    Problem is respect is not something that is easily "educated" it is something that is learned by example. We are moving toward a "me first" mind set in all areas, and kids are learning it from their elders.

    Darrell
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    Met one of that family at Kidney Creek Saturday morning. He was in a Ranger bass boat and had his 10(?) year old son with him. He cast a spinnerbait off a tree in front of me and then whistled one past the ear of my fishing partner. (Fishing partner is an ex-college athlete and a pretty big dude). Scumbags like that aren't worth getting into it with. Worst part of this is the example he set for his son.
    You should have been here yesterday!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ducksniper View Post
    Met one of that family at Kidney Creek Saturday morning. He was in a Ranger bass boat and had his 10(?) year old son with him. He cast a spinnerbait off a tree in front of me and then whistled one past the ear of my fishing partner. (Fishing partner is an ex-college athlete and a pretty big dude). Scumbags like that aren't worth getting into it with. Worst part of this is the example he set for his son.
    Yikes, sorry to hear that! I've never been cast at but lord help whoever tries! I did chunk one at swampin' on Saturday and he promptly removed my paddletail haha.


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