To The Parents Who Let Their Kids Play Under the Restaurant Table and Offered Only a Half-Hearted Apology When One of Said Kids Threw a Slinky at Me



If your kids can't behave in public -- and you don't feel the need to discipline them for such misbehavior -- don't bring them to a restaurant.

-Ian Froeb

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