5 thoughts on “Do Children Really Need a Jeep Larger than They Are? – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. Dave neglects to point out that he must be the author of the Amazon review I quoted above. In answer to your complaint, all I can say is that any parent who allows their 4 1/2 yr. old to drive a toy SUV into the street is looking for trouble (I call that “reprehensible” but you can call it whatever you like). I just hope it doesn’t find you or your child.

    As for spending whatever boatload of money this sucker cost, I can think of a lot of other things I’d buy my children before I’d get to this. You and I have profoundly different priorities for our children I’m afraid.

  2. I didn’t write the review, nor do I work for the toy manufacturing. Apologies though. I’ve just reread your comments and I see that you are referring to the parents of children allowing the kids to ride unsupervised on the public streets as opposed to just out in their home area. I agree

  3. I’m sorry if I came across too judgmentally. Clearly, each parent must decide what toys to give their children that are consonant with their own values. Mine preclue SUVs, since I think the actual vehicles are monster fossils that I hope will go the way of the dodo bird. In addition, I think the toys are huge consumer status symbols (“just look at the big shiny new toy I bought my child!”). I prefer simpler toys made well.

    But some parents have different values than me. It’s their call.

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