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Author Topic: NBC Says Dads Can't Care for Their Kids  (Read 7338 times)


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RE: JC Penney's reply
« Reply #10 on: Aug 09, 2005, 12:53:34 PM »
Got that one, now here is Clorox's.

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Is it just me, or does this not have anything to do with what I said to them?


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RE: NBC Says Dads Can't Care for Their Kids
« Reply #11 on: Sep 01, 2005, 09:51:29 AM »
I agree that the show does make dad's seem uneducated on how to care for their home and children.  It makes it look like every man needs a "SUPERMOM" to get things done right.

However, it is amazing that each time I watch Fox's [u]Nanny 911[/u], it makes me think that most moms can't raise their children.  From the majority of the episodes that I have seen, the families in crisis have a stay at home mom.  Naturally, the people on the show represent a small group of stay at home moms, [b]but[/b] it's still funny how these families with a stay at home mom are in complete chaos.  I mean, some of these children are just out of control.  And for most of the cases, fathers don't get much of a say-so of what goes on, because the moms will do the opposite of what the dad feels is right just to appease the children.

So the next time you see a clip of NBC's [u]Meet Mister Mom[/u], just turn to Nanny 911.


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