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Tracking Children on Halloween

Sharon Profis was presenting an App for your smartphone to track your children while Trick-or-Treating. A responsible and caring parent would go with their children while Trick-or Treating!

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I am both responsible and caring

On your soapbox however, I would be some sort of criminal(?) for allowing my street savvy 12 yr old (who knows self defense) to go with her group of over a dozen friends trick or treating w/o parents?

My parting thoughts for you? Get a life.

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Oh yeah, halloween.

Thanks for the reminder, time to underfeed the dog and give his testes a good coating of deep heat before I let him out on the night. Devil
Dafydd.

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Time to close this thread......

No need to scare parents or to try to guilt somebody to download an application. To prevent this turning into a SPAM-fest of application links, there is no need for further discussion.

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