|Take the kiddies, the scares are worth it|
Let's see... Well, siblings can't be trusted, (there's nothing new there). In times of need different people work together for a single purpose, (we've all seen this before). You can overcome your adversaries without resorting to violence (remember 'make love not war?). Life is scary sometimes, so just deal with it. Wait a minute, what was that last one? The idea that life is scary? Is this something we've actually been teaching our children? How many times have you heard a parent say, "let them enjoy their childhood, they'll be adults soon enough?" I think this is a big problem in today's United States. We want our children sensitized. Define this as our not training our children to deal with heartache and hardship. You should prepare you children for everything. Disney knew this. He made kids cry on purpose. He taught us lessons our parents didn't want us to learn. Maybe the parents I wrote about earlier weren't such dumb shits after all... Nah, they were, but by being so maybe the scares of "Oz, the Great and Powerful" taught their frightened kids a lesson or two.