When I set out to review Call of Duty: Black Ops for 8BitDad, my initial thought was – why review this game? People know that it’s not kid-friendly, so does it really have a place on this website?
Sure it does. I think that you dudes (and dudettes too, I guess) already know exactly how inappropriate this game is for your kids – but you might also want to know how awesome Black Ops can be for YOU, a responsible adult that only plays games late into the night when your kid is asleep. It also should be some indication of quality that it took me two weeks to put down the controller so that I could do this write-up.
So, let’s get it out of the way right now: highly recommended for you…obviously inappropriate for your kid. Unless your kid is 18 or over.
I think it is justifiable to be suspicious about a baby product when the website advertising lead-in is something to the effect of: did you know that your baby could suddenly DIE IN THEIR SLEEP if not properly swaddled in their cribs?
But if you head over to the HALO SleepSack website right now, that’s exactly what you’ll see. The first banner image you’ll likely see will take you to a video of a friendly pediatrician (and mother) who will tell you all about the 2,500 babies who die every year from SIDS (and the 2,500 additional babies that die suddenly from crib suffocation every year – wait…how is that not the same thing?). Anyway, the takeaway is that this all could have been prevented with the HALO SleepSack Swaddle.
So while this website did make me suspicious, I did not come here to rag on HALO’s fear-mongering advertising staff, nor am I trying to make light of the tragic baby-deaths that happen ever year from SIDS. I’m here to review the HALO SleepSack Swaddle, a product which I was lucky enough to have gifted to me recently…
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Ronnie Green is running a summer camp in Florida, which is great for the community. Ronnie’s the pastor of the J.I.T.A. Outreach Center, which is also pretty cool of him. The Palm Beach County Division of Human Services gives out $1.2 million every summer to subsidize camp tuition for poor children. My heart is just full of happiness. Just to think, these children from disadvantaged families are able to have some fun and stay off the streets. This has got to be the best story EVER!
But wait: The Palm Beach Post is reporting that Ronnie Green was convicted in 1994 of repeatedly sexually abusing a 6 year old girl to the point of physical scarring. And Ronnie’s not the only one running a Florida summer camp that needs a serious background check. Says the Post, crack dealers and scam artists were also among the others trusted to give kids a safe place to play during the summer.
Or, in more simple terms, Florida is paying criminals like Ronnie Green to watch children.
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