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Even this early, baby Ivy appears to be a thrill-seeker; she's been seen free-falling for fun, and in this issue she enjoys the rush of being chased. How do you imagine her reaction would change if she thought she really was in danger? Do the things that seem thrilling to you have an element of real danger in them?
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|"I'm going to play with dirt and when I decide I want them to pay attention to me I
will make them."
Even though it's true, the way she thinks sometimes is disturbing. God-like powers in the hands of a baby. Though when I think about it, that episode of the Twilight Zone, "It's a Good Life", hit it on the head. For the most part a kid would probably use powers to make sure everyone was enjoying themselves and having fun(albeit, the child's idea of fun), whereas by the time we become adults some really sinister notions and prejudice have begun to creep in with a much more devastating selfiish type of attitude attached. God-like powers in the hands of a youngster is a little scary, but god-like powers in the hands of most adults is probably a lot scarier.
|err . . . yeah, that last bit was more the scary and less the pretend. Will Melanie play Kaneda to Ivy's Tetsuo? Stay tuned for the next exciting episode of Negative One: Toddler Terror!
|"Usually when they start talking to each other I get mad." I share the sentiment. Might as well make conversations between Jar Jar Binks and Gurgi while we're at it.
|It is really, really messed up that you keep making comments mocking people's dialects.
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