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It's dangerous to expose kids to multiple points of view. I would stop them from watching tv, associating with other kids, and reading books. That way they'll preserve a myopic view of the world and be secure in their ignorance. If the panel only presented a one-sided view then it was wrong, but if it presented multiple views then it was okay, and it should have provoked intelligent discussion between kids and between kids and their parents, teachers, etc.
The ONLY thing worth watching on tv, is pretty obvious; the Pats games!!!!
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The actual content on the thread actually borders on the interesting, but I have to get to work, and have to wear the monkey suit today, so I'll leave the spectrum-of-information subject alone, despite the temptation.
I did feel obligated by conscience, however, to point out that the "it's" in the title is misused.
The apostrophe is not used to form the pronoun its. It is only used to form the contraction for it is, which is it's. I am not sure whether a private or public institution failed to instill this rule in the mind of the author.