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* FairForItsDay and HarsherInHindsight: Mike and Carol allowing Marcia, an eighth grader, to date a high school student. In fact, Carol even chuckles (Alice is sitting next to her at the kitchen table, nodding approvingly) and remarks that, "Next, it'll be college students" (although to be fair, perhaps Carol's comment was an acknowledgement that Marcia is growing up fast and will be an adult before they know it). Forty years later, Warren would be considered a creep who preys on junior high girls, and Carol and Mike would not only disapprove of the date, but Mike might have marched over to Warren's house to ... [[PapaWolf well, give him a piece of his mind for even so much as batting a passing glance at Marcia]]. Mike also wouldn't be very happy with Greg for asking Kathy -- whom is also presumed to be in eighth grade -- over to the house, regardless of whether the "date" was legitimate, and he'd let Greg know exactly why. [[note]](Additionally, Mike and Carol reprimanding Greg over his disapproval of the relationship -- although not because of the age difference -- did have a point: So long as they approved, Greg has no say in who Marcia dates.)[[/note]]

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* FairForItsDay FairForItsDay, HarsherInHindsight and HarsherInHindsight: ValuesDissonance: Mike and Carol allowing Marcia, an eighth grader, to date a high school student. In fact, Carol even chuckles (Alice is sitting next to her at the kitchen table, nodding approvingly) and remarks that, "Next, it'll be college students" (although to be fair, perhaps Carol's comment was an acknowledgement that Marcia is growing up fast and will be an adult before they know it). Forty years later, Warren would be considered a creep who preys on junior high girls, and Carol and Mike would not only disapprove of the date, but Mike might have marched over to Warren's house to ... [[PapaWolf well, give him a piece of his mind for even so much as batting a passing glance at Marcia]]. Mike also wouldn't be very happy with Greg for asking Kathy -- whom is also presumed to be in eighth grade -- over to the house, regardless of whether the "date" was legitimate, and he'd let Greg know exactly why. [[note]](Additionally, Mike and Carol reprimanding Greg over his disapproval of the relationship -- although not because of the age difference -- did have a point: So long as they approved, Greg has no say in who Marcia dates.)[[/note]][[note]](Also, Kathy Lawrence's father -- she is also in eighth grade, as she is stated as being Marcia's classmate and (ex-)friend -- might these days also strongly disapprove of her relationship with Warren and warn Warren to stay the hell away ... or else lose his safety.)[[/note]]


* FairForItsDay and HarsherInHindsight: Mike and Carol allowing Marcia, an eighth grader, to date a high school student. In fact, Carol even chuckles (Alice is sitting next to her at the kitchen table, nodding approvingly) and remarks that, "Next, it'll be college students" (although to be fair, perhaps Carol's comment was an acknowledgement that Marcia is growing up fast and will be an adult before they know it). Forty years later, Warren would be considered a creep who preys on junior high girls, and Carol and Mike would not only disapprove of the date, but Mike might have marched over to Warren's house to ... well, give him a piece of his mind for even so much as batting a passing glance at Marcia. Mike also wouldn't be very happy with Greg for asking Kathy -- whom is also presumed to be in eighth grade -- over to the house, regardless of whether the "date" was legitimate, and he'd let Greg know exactly why. [[note]](Additionally, Mike and Carol reprimanding Greg over his disapproval of the relationship -- although not because of the age difference -- did have a point: So long as they approved, Greg has no say in who Marcia dates.)[[/note]]

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* FairForItsDay and HarsherInHindsight: Mike and Carol allowing Marcia, an eighth grader, to date a high school student. In fact, Carol even chuckles (Alice is sitting next to her at the kitchen table, nodding approvingly) and remarks that, "Next, it'll be college students" (although to be fair, perhaps Carol's comment was an acknowledgement that Marcia is growing up fast and will be an adult before they know it). Forty years later, Warren would be considered a creep who preys on junior high girls, and Carol and Mike would not only disapprove of the date, but Mike might have marched over to Warren's house to ... [[PapaWolf well, give him a piece of his mind for even so much as batting a passing glance at Marcia.Marcia]]. Mike also wouldn't be very happy with Greg for asking Kathy -- whom is also presumed to be in eighth grade -- over to the house, regardless of whether the "date" was legitimate, and he'd let Greg know exactly why. [[note]](Additionally, Mike and Carol reprimanding Greg over his disapproval of the relationship -- although not because of the age difference -- did have a point: So long as they approved, Greg has no say in who Marcia dates.)[[/note]]


* FairForItsDay and HarsherInHindsight: Mike and Carol allowing Marcia, an eighth grader, to date a high school student. In fact, Carol even chuckles (Alice is sitting next to her at the kitchen table, nodding approvingly) and remarks that, "Next, it'll be college students" (although to be fair, perhaps Carol's comment was an acknowledgement that Marcia is growing up fast and will be an adult before they know it). Forty years later, Warren would be considered a creep who preys on junior high girls, and Carol and Mike would not only disapprove of the date, but Mike might have marched over to Warren's house to ... well, give him a piece of his mind for even so much as batting a passing glance at Marcia. Mike also wouldn't be very happy with Greg for asking Kathy -- whom we can presume is also in eighth grade -- over to the house, regardless of whether the "date" was legitimate, and he'd let Greg know exactly why. [[note]](Additionally, Mike and Carol reprimanding Greg over his disapproval of the relationship -- although not because of the age difference -- did have a point: So long as they approved, Greg has no say in who Marcia dates.)[[/note]]

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* FairForItsDay and HarsherInHindsight: Mike and Carol allowing Marcia, an eighth grader, to date a high school student. In fact, Carol even chuckles (Alice is sitting next to her at the kitchen table, nodding approvingly) and remarks that, "Next, it'll be college students" (although to be fair, perhaps Carol's comment was an acknowledgement that Marcia is growing up fast and will be an adult before they know it). Forty years later, Warren would be considered a creep who preys on junior high girls, and Carol and Mike would not only disapprove of the date, but Mike might have marched over to Warren's house to ... well, give him a piece of his mind for even so much as batting a passing glance at Marcia. Mike also wouldn't be very happy with Greg for asking Kathy -- whom we can presume is also presumed to be in eighth grade -- over to the house, regardless of whether the "date" was legitimate, and he'd let Greg know exactly why. [[note]](Additionally, Mike and Carol reprimanding Greg over his disapproval of the relationship -- although not because of the age difference -- did have a point: So long as they approved, Greg has no say in who Marcia dates.)[[/note]]


* FairForItsDay and HarsherInHindsight: Mike and Carol allowing Marcia to date a high school student. In fact, Carol even chuckles (Alice is sitting next to her at the kitchen table, nodding approvingly) and remarks that, "Next, it'll be college students" (although to be fair, perhaps Carol's comment was an acknowledgement that Marcia is growing up fast and will be an adult before they know it). Forty years later, Warren would be considered a creep who preys on junior high girls, and Carol and Mike would not only disapprove of the date, but Mike might have marched over to Warren's house to ... well, give him a piece of his mind for even so much as batting a passing glance at Marcia. Mike also wouldn't be very happy with Greg for asking Kathy -- whom we can presume is also in eighth grade -- over to the house, regardless of whether the "date" was legitimate, and he'd let Greg know exactly why. [[note]](Additionally, Mike and Carol reprimanding Greg over his disapproval of the relationship -- although not because of the age difference -- did have a point: So long as they approved, Greg has no say in who Marcia dates.)[[/note]]

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* FairForItsDay and HarsherInHindsight: Mike and Carol allowing Marcia Marcia, an eighth grader, to date a high school student. In fact, Carol even chuckles (Alice is sitting next to her at the kitchen table, nodding approvingly) and remarks that, "Next, it'll be college students" (although to be fair, perhaps Carol's comment was an acknowledgement that Marcia is growing up fast and will be an adult before they know it). Forty years later, Warren would be considered a creep who preys on junior high girls, and Carol and Mike would not only disapprove of the date, but Mike might have marched over to Warren's house to ... well, give him a piece of his mind for even so much as batting a passing glance at Marcia. Mike also wouldn't be very happy with Greg for asking Kathy -- whom we can presume is also in eighth grade -- over to the house, regardless of whether the "date" was legitimate, and he'd let Greg know exactly why. [[note]](Additionally, Mike and Carol reprimanding Greg over his disapproval of the relationship -- although not because of the age difference -- did have a point: So long as they approved, Greg has no say in who Marcia dates.)[[/note]]


* FairForItsDay and HarsherInHindsight: Mike and Carol allowing Marcia to date a high school student. In fact, Carol even chuckles (Alice is sitting next to her at the kitchen table, nodding approvingly) and remarks that, "Next, it'll be college students" (although to be fair, perhaps Carol's comment was an acknowledgement that Marcia is growing up fast and will be an adult before they know it). Forty years later, Warren would be considered a creep who preys on junior high girls, and Carol and Mike would not only disapprove of the date, but Mike might have marched over to Warren's house to ... well, give him a piece of his mind for even so much as batting a passing glance at Marcia. Mike also wouldn't be very happy with Greg for asking Kathy -- whom we can presume is also in eighth grade -- over to the house, regardless of whether the "date" was legitimate, and he'd let Greg know that. [[note]](Additionally, Mike and Carol reprimanding Greg over his disapproval of the relationship -- although not because of the age difference -- did have a point: So long as they approved, Greg has no say in who Marcia dates.)[[/note]]

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* FairForItsDay and HarsherInHindsight: Mike and Carol allowing Marcia to date a high school student. In fact, Carol even chuckles (Alice is sitting next to her at the kitchen table, nodding approvingly) and remarks that, "Next, it'll be college students" (although to be fair, perhaps Carol's comment was an acknowledgement that Marcia is growing up fast and will be an adult before they know it). Forty years later, Warren would be considered a creep who preys on junior high girls, and Carol and Mike would not only disapprove of the date, but Mike might have marched over to Warren's house to ... well, give him a piece of his mind for even so much as batting a passing glance at Marcia. Mike also wouldn't be very happy with Greg for asking Kathy -- whom we can presume is also in eighth grade -- over to the house, regardless of whether the "date" was legitimate, and he'd let Greg know that.exactly why. [[note]](Additionally, Mike and Carol reprimanding Greg over his disapproval of the relationship -- although not because of the age difference -- did have a point: So long as they approved, Greg has no say in who Marcia dates.)[[/note]]


* FairForItsDay and HarsherInHindsight: Mike and Carol allowing Marcia to date a high school student. In fact, Carol even chuckles (Alice is sitting next to her at the kitchen table, nodding approvingly) and remarks that, "Next, it'll be college students" (although to be fair, perhaps Carol's comment was an acknowledgement that Marcia is growing up fast and will be an adult before they know it). Forty years later, Warren would be considered a creep who preys on junior high girls, and Carol and Mike would not only disapprove of the date, but Mike might have marched over to Warren's house to ... well, give him a piece of his mind for even so much as batting a passing glance at Marcia. Mike also wouldn't be very happy with Greg for asking Kathy -- whom we can presume is also in eighth grade -- over to the house, regardless of whether the "date" was legitimate.
[[note]](Additionally, Mike and Carol reprimanding Greg over his disapproval of the relationship -- although not because of the age difference -- did have a point: So long as they approved, Greg has no say in who Marcia dates.)[[/note]]

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* FairForItsDay and HarsherInHindsight: Mike and Carol allowing Marcia to date a high school student. In fact, Carol even chuckles (Alice is sitting next to her at the kitchen table, nodding approvingly) and remarks that, "Next, it'll be college students" (although to be fair, perhaps Carol's comment was an acknowledgement that Marcia is growing up fast and will be an adult before they know it). Forty years later, Warren would be considered a creep who preys on junior high girls, and Carol and Mike would not only disapprove of the date, but Mike might have marched over to Warren's house to ... well, give him a piece of his mind for even so much as batting a passing glance at Marcia. Mike also wouldn't be very happy with Greg for asking Kathy -- whom we can presume is also in eighth grade -- over to the house, regardless of whether the "date" was legitimate.
legitimate, and he'd let Greg know that. [[note]](Additionally, Mike and Carol reprimanding Greg over his disapproval of the relationship -- although not because of the age difference -- did have a point: So long as they approved, Greg has no say in who Marcia dates.)[[/note]]

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* FairForItsDay and HarsherInHindsight: Mike and Carol allowing Marcia to date a high school student. In fact, Carol even chuckles (Alice is sitting next to her at the kitchen table, nodding approvingly) and remarks that, "Next, it'll be college students" (although to be fair, perhaps Carol's comment was an acknowledgement that Marcia is growing up fast and will be an adult before they know it). Forty years later, Warren would be considered a creep who preys on junior high girls, and Carol and Mike would not only disapprove of the date, but Mike might have marched over to Warren's house to ... well, give him a piece of his mind for even so much as batting a passing glance at Marcia. Mike also wouldn't be very happy with Greg for asking Kathy -- whom we can presume is also in eighth grade -- over to the house, regardless of whether the "date" was legitimate.
[[note]](Additionally, Mike and Carol reprimanding Greg over his disapproval of the relationship -- although not because of the age difference -- did have a point: So long as they approved, Greg has no say in who Marcia dates.)[[/note]]

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