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They lay quietly in the moist grass waiting for their plan to unfold Their camouflage clothing helped them to blend into the scenery No one would be able to see them until it was too late The plan was quite simple but well thought out They knew that it would work because they had seen similar ones work before They both heard the warning signal at the same time Now it would be just a matter of seconds until the enemy would be in sight Bang The first shot rang out which was followed by many more When the shooting had stopped there were bloody bodies lying in the elementary schoolyard The two shooters who were only eleven and nine years old thought that using violence would solve their problem How could a nine and eleven year old child think of setting up an ambush Where could they have learned how to do this Who was their role model for this horrible event Television The effects that television has on our children can be seen by the increase of violent crimes committed by children Children mimic what they see on television A child starts the learning process the second he or she is born As children grow they learn by imitating what they see and hear from the role models in the environment around them Children that watch violent television shows learn to be violent people Parents care about their children and work very hard in trying to raise them to become upstanding citizens Parents send their children to school to become educated They care for their childrens daily needs and take all the precautions possible like telling them not to talk to strangers or open the door to a stranger They do not want the child to get hurt One thing that some parents do not think of is that letting children watch the television is just like letting a stranger into their
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