Students used rubber tubing and other things as a conduit for alcohol highs!!!

by KidsSafe on October 1, 2012

Internet, At Risk Behavior Part I | Part II

Warning: The Content Below Is Very Disturbing!!

What Parents Need To Know About Internet, At Risk Behavior; Part I

HOW crazy or stupid will your kids be???

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Students used rubber tubing inserted into their (rectum) you know where as a conduit for alcohol, according to a police report..

How dumb can you be? I guess that is a stupid questions, when we were kids, we all make mistakes but I don’t anybody when I was growing do any thing like this… the worse thing I heard one of my friends sisters killed herself by inhaling hair spray from a paper bag…

That was very crazy in the 1960′s now fast forward to the 2000′s and this is what our kids are experimenting with or trying it once and then not knowing what they doing and then dying!!!

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Before an unruly Tennessee party ended with a student hospitalized for a dangerously high blood alcohol level, most people had probably never heard of alcohol enemas.

Thanks to the drunken exploits of a fraternity at the University of Tennessee, the bizarre way of getting drunk is giving parents, administrators and health care workers a new fear.

When Alexander “Xander” Broughton, 20, was delivered to the hospital after midnight on Sept. 22, his blood alcohol level was measured at 0.448 percent — nearly six times the intoxication that defines drunken driving in the state. Injuries to his rectum led hospital officials to fear he had been sodomized.

Internet At Risk Behavior, such as SEXting, Pornography, Dangerous Drugs, etc… are still running rampant in the good ole’ USA, and around the world… But, now, there seven new teen trends that are emerging as real threats to our kids, and could destroy our way of life as we know it NOW, over the next few years!

7 New Teen Trends:

  1. I-dosing: Digital Drugs is software which attempts to alter consciousness via sound.
  2. Purple drank: Is adding cough syrup with codeine to a soft drink and candy!
  3. Planking: The activity consists of lying face down — like a board — on any and every surface.
  4. Vodka eyeballing: Teens hold the vodka bottle to their eye and pour the liquid directly into the eye!
  5. The choking game: using restraints, or assistance of a friend to choke the player, cuts off the flow of blood to the brain!
  6. Bath salts: Can be swallowed, snorted, smoked, or injected: causing a highs, hallucinations, paranoia, and panic attacks!
  7. Overdosing on supplements: Petty simple you’re taking way more than the daily recommendations, just like steroids it’s a quick fix for less training, with bigger result, no proof that it actually works… and it’s very dangerous!

Internet, At Risk Behavior – Part I

Most would agree the Internet is a plethora of every sort of human behavior. The behaviors range from admirable to those that would disgust the more open-minded individuals.

The Internet is young, and filled with possibilities, however; its influence and exponential growth exceeds the stature of governments and ownership to properly police.

Unfortunately, few guidelines exist, not to mention the need for International laws and Jurisdictional laws to sustain a safe and healthy Internet environment.

The issues we faced generations ago morality, civility, ethics, integrity, and all the Golden Rules we were taught to practice as children are still, and to a greater degree, applicable to today’s children and their use of technology and the Internet. However, it seems parents for reason or another sat back on their laurels, which ill prepared our children for the explosion of the Internet, and all its social implications. The combination of the Internet and kids lacking self-discipline and the latter Golden Rules is a risky combination.

The issues that challenged the youth of yesterday still challenge the kids today, with the exception that the Internet has increased those challenges exponentially. Not only have the challenges increased exponentially, but also accessibility, whether consciously or unintentionally, are available with a key stroke. Moreover, all this and more is within the reach of the child’s pocket.

So, what are some of the Internet risky behaviors?

Unless, parents or responsible adults start to realize their digital responsibility when allowing children use of the new media technologies they will help contribute to the loss of innocence of countless children. Unsupervised or unprepared children will explore areas of the Internet, which are unacceptable for their age and maturity.

Kids are tech savvy and all too familiar with how to Google. Imagine your child hears something said which he or she is unfamiliar with, and instead of asking you, the parent, the child Googles the word. However, in this example the word or phrase being searched is something that would never be said in your home. Guess where your child might end up and what perversion they may be exposed to…could be anything.

More than 90 percent of teens in the United States have access to the Internet and about half use social networking sites, like MySpace. Several areas of risky behavior children will engage in are sexual behaviors, substance abuse, and violence.

Do you understand what the real candy being offered to your children on the Internet is? In the book, “Don’t Take Candy From Strangers” – What Every Parent Should Know deals with MySpace and how to keep your children safe. The risks to a child who is starving for attention is a situation you do not want your child your susceptible to.

Many teens will divulge information pertaining to their sexual behaviors, their use of drugs, or verbalizing strong language of dislikes towards others. Sharing the later information on social network sites exposes your child to the wrong kind of Internet candy offered by strangers. Violence causes more injury and death in children, teenagers, and young adults than infectious disease, cancer, or birth defects.

“If someone wants to be stupid, then they should do it where it won’t affect anyone else,”

Make sure to read… Internet, At Risk Behavior Part II

Posts Notes *

What You See is What You Do: Risky Behaviors Linked to Risk-Glorifying Media Exposure

The five risky behaviors are like a spider web. It is easy to get stuck and very hard to get out.

Risky & Internet, At Risk Behavior...

Indulging in one risky behavior leads to another and another. Before you know it you are stuck in the web with a cigarette in one hand, a beer in the other, the smell of weed in the background, a girl from your math class is in the back room having sex, and two drunk guys are about to fight over some girl! It sounds over-dramatic, but it happens.

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