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Jonathan Silver Scott,
OK its fun for awhile but can't we broadcast a better picture of good parenting and good behavior? Just because you are famous doesn't give you the right to let your kids do whatever they want with no discipline. I am not talking about empty threats counting to 3, Im talking about making your kids hold your hand when taking a tour of someone elses property. You make Americans look worse than we already are. The tours in Scotland were insulting to good manners, I am surprised they didn't ask you to leave.this is a recurring theme with the kids disrupting conversations and doing whatever they want.
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