nrajeff wrote:But the instructions for those dumb...er, honest enough to admit to being under 13 years old command us to snail-mail or fax our kid's application for "Pemission to Participate" to you. Which is just slightly problematic when there is no address or fax number in sight. I mean, the form has a very convenient "CUT HERE" at the top and bottom, but the info on where to SEND it would also be nice and inexpensive touch, if I may be so bold as to offer a suggestion.
And my poor, huge-Jeopardy!-and Ken Jennings-fan son is now brokenhearted and disillusioned, becasue he wanted, so badly, to participate in all the fun and excitement. (Wait: "Disillusioned" is bad, and its antonym, to be "illusioned," is good, right? It doesn't sound so good, when one thinks about it.)
Anyhow, can my son just participate in the Quiz and forums and stuff without submitting the permission thing? Should he just lie, er, take politicianesque liberties with the truth when asked whether he is over 13, under 13, or exactly 13?
Thanks for the help. Sincerely, someone who needs not GUN education--been there, etc.--but Internet protocol education.
(Man, I now wince every time I think of the word "protocol," thanks its overuse in many episodes of 24.)
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