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BOTD 08-22-14 Super Sean to the Rescue - A Late Chat Production

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Skater


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SUPER SEAN TO THE RESCUE
A Late Chat Production

Your seven year old son, Sean, is a bright and active boy with a vivid imagination.  He is also friends with your elderly neighbor, Mrs. Harris.  Sean is over one morning to visit with Mrs. Harris when her cat climbs up in a tree and won't come down.  Sean gets an idea and tells Mrs. Harris that he can save her cat.

Sean rushes home to get his "cape" and Super Sean springs into action.

Super Sean - 7 (Rushing to save the day  . . . and Mrs. Harris' cat)
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Despite concerns from Mrs. Harris, Super Sean scurries up the tree.  The cat gets frightened and moves higher up.  Super Sean also moves higher up and then . . . both Super Sean and the cat are in need of rescue.

Mrs. Harris comes and gets you and you get your ladder and rescue Super Sean.  Mrs. Harris' cat decides to come down on his own.

What happens to your Super Hero?


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Jack


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Unless this is something we've discussed before (in general, I mean), then I think we just need to have a little safety talk about cats and capes in trees.


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MemoryMan


Sherrif
I'll start a J Club

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Padraig


Trailboss
Well, a fireman's saying goes: Noone has ever found a skeleton of a cat on a tree.

Anyway, he meant well, so I'm with Jack.

Iconoclast


Trailboss
Padraig wrote:Well, a fireman's saying goes: Noone has ever found a skeleton of a cat on a tree.

Anyway, he meant well, so I'm with Jack.

The cat can get down when it chooses, and it will!

Iconoclast

AFinch


Sherrif
I'm also with Jack. Sean's heart was in the right place.

ivor


Marshall
I guess the tree was a pussy willow Smile

If I can get him down with a ladder than he can't have gone too high so the young man is simply in for a lecture about restricting his caped exploits to ground level.

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squarecutter


Sherrif
Without Supermans magical powers I guess that cape became more of a hindrance than a help. Sean and I will have a little chat about the powers of 7 year olds as aganist superheroes But unless he has broken a specific rule he has meant wellthat will be it, As for that darn cat though...

Kat


Editor Extraordinaire
I'm with Jack.

Kat

Stone Man


Marshall
I'm with the lot. Unless Sean and I have discussed his limited "real" powers over another incident, I will consider the talk to be enough.

Praises and platitudes.... And hugs and most likely a stingoor or two to remind him I'm behind him all the way.

1strappedboy


Sherrif
Stone Man wrote:I'm with the lot. Unless Sean and I have discussed his limited "real" powers over another incident, I will consider the talk to be enough.

Praises and platitudes.... And hugs and most likely a stingoor or two to remind him I'm behind him all the way.

What HE said!!

John Boy


Sherrif
Hugs, kisses and a reminder not to climb so high, especially with something wrapped around his neck.

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Kai


Deputy
Stone Man wrote:I'm with the lot.
Me too Smile

Guest


Guest
You'd have to be a mean sort of parent to spank a boy simply because he was doing a good turn. Let sleeping dogs (I mean cats) lie, no more action this time. Just tell him there are times when even boy superheros need help from their super-daddies.

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