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Old January 1st, 2003, 11:59 PM
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Default Unsupervised children

I have read a lot of posts regarding kids running around the ship causing a problems.
It seems that the parents are not supervising thier littles ones or they dont care what they do, making it the other persons problem.

A simple plan:

Each time there is a complaint made on an unsupervised (under 18) child, the parents (or gard) are fined $25. You inform every person bringing on children on board this. I would bet that this will reduce the problem.

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Old January 2nd, 2003, 06:43 AM
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Joe,
Sounds good to me as long as complaints against adults are also handled that way. No more buffet cutting, loud drunks during shows etc. All fines would go to an end of cruise party for those os us who did not break any rules. :0 Should be a pretty small group.JIOL wrote:

> I have read a lot of posts regarding kids running around the
> ship causing a problems.
> It seems that the parents are not supervising thier littles
> ones or they dont care what they do, making it the other
> persons problem.
>
> A simple plan:
>
> Each time there is a complaint made on an unsupervised (under
> 18) child, the parents (or gard) are fined $25. You inform
> every person bringing on children on board this. I would bet
> that this will reduce the problem.
>
>
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Old January 2nd, 2003, 06:57 AM
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Default Re: Re: Unsupervised children

Russ has a good plan. The adults are sometimes worse than the kids. On one cruise at a late night comedic show there were some jerks that heckled him right off the stage within 10 minutes. They then proceeded to try it on another show the following night but the other act was able to handle it, thank goodness. I never experienced such awful behavior other than the stupid drunks.

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Old January 2nd, 2003, 08:16 AM
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Default Re: Unsupervised children

I think in a lot of cases (more than one wants to admit) adults are kids, and in my book they would qualifiy. I like the idea of the monies going for a "end of cruise" party, then we ALL can act like kids. Its always more fun spending other peoples money!!!

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Old January 2nd, 2003, 10:32 AM
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I sailed on the Inspiration ship last month and was most impressed at how well behaved the children were. One little boy even held the elevator door open for me. The children I met were very polite! I saw uniformed security guards outside the children's disco.
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