Bill Cosby is one of very few comedians who never curse. He is a good role model. He was not hurting the children. They were very funny. I personally know someone who was on the show many years ago. She still loves to watch the taping of it and laugh. It takes good parents to raise children. We should not depend on good schools, teachers, nannies, tutors, preachers, "idols" to instill our children with self worth and values. It is how we treat a situation as to how it will reflect in our children's lives. What child had not said something funny or silly in a crowd and others laugh? NONE. Everyone will look back on something they have done in their lives and by embarrassed by their action or reaction to a situation. It is the values inside of us that teach us how to deal with it. Their lack of immaturity made them oblivious to give answers correctly every time. Which each of us has done and each of our children will do whether they are made a spectacle of or not. I see how others may would view the show possible in a derogatory manor but I really don't feel that any adult watching those children are there to judge how bright the child is. It really shows their innocence. It brought back wonderful memories from my own childhood and of my siblings. It was something that you could relate to. Yes, most people got a good laugh. But it wasn't to mock the children. I now have 3 children myself, I don't see anything wrong with a challenge of the mind. I love to hear how their little innocent mind works. It doesn't make the child look crazy. I feel that with a loving, stable, naturing home life a child has a sense of values and self worth. True value and self worth is not broken and does not decline do to a measly 5 minutes of fame.
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