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BOTD 10/30/15 "It Scared Me!" A Jack Halloween Production

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David M. Katz


Marshall
IT SCARED ME!
A Jack Halloween Production

You just moved to a new home in a new city this past summer.  Your 9-year old son, Mark, became quick friends with the children of Jack Wells.  He has a big house, with a lot of boys a lot of pets, and it seems like something is always going on there.  Mark had always had a good time there, but he quit going about a week ago.  When you ask, he says nothing is wrong and nothing happened.  He even invites his friends over to visit him.  He just won't go to Jack's house.

Then one day, Jack brings Mark home, and shows you this picture.


Mark and Jack's O'Lantern
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"That was my biggest jack-o-lantern," Jack explains, "and the boys were really proud of their carving job.  He said he was sorry, but..."

You promise Jack you'll take care of the matter.  He refuses when you offer to pay for it, though.

"What were you thinking?" you ask Mark, as soon as Jack left.  He hasn't had many spankings since you moved here, but you're getting ready to up the total by one.

"It scared me!  I didn't want to go over there anymore, cause it always watched me."

Spanking time?


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David M. Katz


Marshall
Hey, Mark, I got something else that is going to scare you too:

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I know he is young but he isn't too young to know better than to destroy someone else's property. He should have told someone he was scared.


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db105


Trailboss
This seems to me bad judgment rather than bad intention. A discussion on why it isn't OK to destroy other people's things even if the are scary seems in order. Also, he'll apologize to Jack and, if Jack agrees, he'll do some chores for him to compensate for the damage done.

I'll also explain that Halloween is just a holiday, and that a pumpkin won't do him any harm, and that he can come to me whenever he is scared and I'll make sure he is safe...

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AFinch


Sherrif
Ditto DB. And I'll teach him "I Whistle a Happy Tune"

John Boy


Sherrif
Ditto Katz

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Iconoclast


Trailboss
There is no doubt that even I will spank Mark!!

This is especially bad because the pumpkin was not mass produced, but a work of art!

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Kat


Editor Extraordinaire
I'm with Daniel on this. If I believe Mark, and I can't see any reason from the scenario why I wouldn't, then this wasn't motivated by maliciousness or a desire to be destructive. I'm concerned that a Jack o'Lantern disturbed him this much. This seems to me that it requires some delving.

Kat

ivor


Marshall
I'm aligning with DB & Kat. I think there must be something more behind this behaviour, so I'm not inclined to mark his butt.

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Pi Beta


Deputy
Much will depend upon the community from which we've come. If, as I would suspect from such a reaction from him, we've moved from one where the celebration of Hallowe'en is seen as devil worship and that all things associated with that must be destroyed, then I'll certainly not be punishing him.

If Jack's house is surrounded by such decorations, it may well be that he sees the house as being Satan's lair and, understandably, if that's the way it has been depicted in his previous community - possibly both at school and in church where he may well have heard some hell fire and damnation sermons about Hallowe'en - he doesn't want to go there but feels safe in our undecorated home, happy to ask his friends to visit him.

squarecutter


Sherrif
I align with DB and Kat. I am surprised a nine year old would be worried by a pumpkin so will be probing a little more deeply before deciding what to do about this

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