Do you think a 10 year old is to young for a cell phone?
My son is 10 years old and wants a cell phone because he see his cousins who are the same age with cell phones.
If a 10 year old can read and understand directions as we know that most 10 years do read and understand directions, right? Well sure they should be able to have a cell phone if they understand how to use it and talk on it like to there friends & Grandma & Grandpa u know people like that, but there parents should be allowed to do a "Phone Check " whenever they feel like they need to. That's all. Yeah, let a 10 year old have a Cell Phone.
So what if others have them? Wah, wah, wah.
Actually, giving kids cellphones is a good idea. Developing (or supposedly developing) brains are more susceptible to brain damage (tumors, retardation) from cell phone radiation. Evolution in action by thinning the herd of the more sheep-like (to mix a metaphor).
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