Re: Child proofing
From: "Barragirl" <Barragirl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
| Thanks PA Bear I agree with all you say, but the issue is not here at his
| dad's house, it's at his mother's house where he lives. She's not the
| brightest person and I'm trying to (politely) get her to child-proof the
| computer for when she is not at home. If I had anything to say about the
| matter (which I don't), that house would not even have a computer. So
| please, any suggestions on this problem would be most greatful.
Don't be so polite !
Make it an issue.
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