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Re: Gamer bar -- was: Re: [Rabbits] no more hobby store.... I am sad

  • FromJoseph Pate <jpate@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • DateTue, 7 Aug 2007 16:10:13 -0700 (PDT)
And as usual, the level of "acceptable" child care is up to the
individual parents.  One level is the supervision one gets from
Smaland at Ikea.  Some parents are OK with that; others wouldn't
be happy with it.

Ultimately, as a business, it's up to this hypothetical gaming
establishment to determine whether its policies and practices
attract "enough" and/or the "right kind" of customers to meet 
its business needs.  As a community member, naturally they'd 
prefer to be attractive to everyone in their area, but that's a
mighty tough row to hoe.

> > - I would NOT want a bunch people I have never met in charge of my
> > kids at a restaurant. Hire a babysitter... drop them off at
> > Grandma's- yes... drop them off with a bunch of strangers in a
> > public restaurant- no.
> I didn't say anything about a random bunch of strangers - I specified
> *CHILD CARE*.  As in, like any other place that provides daycare
> facilities.  I understand that such businesses are quite popular among
> the parents of young children, especially when both parents work; this
> is simply an extension of the concept.
> --
> Robert Hood - Hixson, TN
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