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British Kids and Knives. by tucsonmike on 15 July 2008 1:19am
 
This has been in the Economist and on BBC. Seems as though y'all are having a crime wave of armed kids.
 
Re: British Kids and Knives. by Godfather on 16 July 2008 12:41pm
 
Because some Kids have been stabbed, the media jumped on this and made it out to be an "Epidemic of unprecedented proportions" and the kids got afraid and have decided to all arm themselves to protect themselvs. It's a merry go round. It's one big culture of fear that keeps being 'fed' by different players, without looking at the very root of the problem (what's new? LOL).
 
Re: British Kids and Knives. by mrsthing on 16 July 2008 11:54pm
 
Oh, so they do that in England, too....
 



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