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Lara Jill Miller,
i used to think the same thing about max & ruby always being alone, where are their parents? i decided to find out for myself and read rosemary wells biography. basically, she states you never see max and ruby's parents because she wants children to try and solve their problems on their own. i think it is a great idea because children are given examples on how to solve life's daily problems. max can be annoying and ruby is usually bossy, but i really like them and my 3 year old loves max and ruby. when you compare max & ruby to some of the other cartoons on t.v., i think they are great and i am not worried about any of the contents in their shows.
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