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Jr.'s a teenager. Time to put away the mini-skirt mom.

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African Warlord X

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I must admit that my life has been a socially blessed experience. I hope that part of my experience can be attributed to the fact that, despite my flaws, people sense that I'm a sincere person. Additionally, I never became to much of a " big-shot " to stop feeling and looking out for the " little guy. " As an extremely popular elementary, junior high, and high school student, like so many students, I could have talked down to the gay kids, the fat kids, the " slow " kids, the white nerds, etc. But I didn't. In fact, I used to bully ( using humor and ridicule ) kids ( and teachers ) who picked upon people who couldn't defend themselves. Some of the kids I felt most sorry for were one's whose moms just didn't seem to " get it. " I'm referring to the types of moms that never saw a skimpy outfit that they didn't want to wear. They never hesitated to show up wearing bikinis when we would go to " the lake " to hang out. And yes, a few of these moms did sleep with their son's friends. And yes, THESE BOYS LIVES WERE RUINED. Mom became a joke, rather than someone to be adored. An embarrassment. Someone many kids would refer to as " the neighborhood hoe. " Well, tonight's show won't be the Warlord X version of the Oprah show, where I tell young boy to " get over it. " Nope. Instead, I'll spend my time telling moms that " you can't have your cake and eat it. " Children don't ask to be brought into the World. So if you're a Mom who has a teenage son, you don't have to stop " living. " Just don't " live " the life of an exhibitionist that your children's friends can behold. X

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