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Teenagers wasting 23 million dollars worth of gas a year driving around the same block Kids at the mall for the sole purpose of shop-lifting Underage consumption parties Stealing lawn ornaments These are just some of the effects of Generation X growing up The main cause of this destruction of youth is the crumbling of families No more Wait until your father gets home from work and ask him but I wonder if were going to see a child support check before Christmas With the divorce rate skyrocketing us kids are feeling more like burdens than blessings All the problems divorce causes can rip apart a child and leave himher craving attention whether it is negative or positive To make it worse while the only parent they live with is working the two kids turn into a huge group of people decide to make prank phone calls and try beer for the first time Addictions form and on and on Pretty soon the kids acting up in class more attention the perfect kind peer getting smashed on the weekends and waking up in someone elses puke Another big reason is boredom This where my syndrome stems from There is honestly NOTHING to do in Tuscarwaras County If you have money in the winter you can bowl watch a High School basketball game go to the YMCA see a movie go shopping drive around experiment with make-up and different types of clothes get on the Internet and watch TV With no money in the winter we can watch TV get on the Internet vandalize steal try to bum cigarettes and other such things The reason the police log is so long every morning is not because kids are heathens its because we are bored If there was a dance club a clean place to play pool an indoor swimming pool etc that was free I guarantee you the problems would clear up I huge
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