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dlr5288
dlr5288
4/30/2018 12:23:15 PM
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Re: Australia Sees Potential
Im really not sure. I saw my old bike the other day and emeber days of me and my friends riding it around the neighborhood..Im wondering if kids today even know how to ride bikes?

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/16/2018 9:48:24 PM
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Re: Australia Sees Potential
@batye:

Can't deny what you mentioned in your comment. Technology has brought in significant changes - good and bad. For younger generations they are missing a lot on real presense of things which i consider to be very unfortunate.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/16/2018 9:45:59 PM
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Re: Australia Sees Potential
@mhhf1ve:

That is so true. Keeping all things aside, the most mind boggling thing for me is kids are losing sense of real world / real time friends and thus lacking some human elements in day to day life.

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batye
batye
4/9/2018 3:19:57 PM
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Re: Australia Sees Potential
@mhhf1ve the sad reality this days kids live more online than in real life and instead of asking someone out whom they like they just click like on the suitors facebook or TW posts... technology change our way of life...

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
4/9/2018 1:20:59 PM
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Re: Australia Sees Potential
I think the real downside of kids getting hooked on devices is that they tend to lose empathy for "real life" friends -- and learn the strange social etiquette of online social media instead. Perhaps kids will evolve their own online culture that is perfectly healthy, but so far, it seems a bit unhealthy compared to how kids used to grow up. Online bullying seems much worse in some ways that IRL bullying. But then again, in some ways it may be easier to ignore online bullies? 

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/9/2018 1:11:44 PM
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Re: Australia Sees Potential
@dlr5288: Very true and it is sad and unfortunate when we think that this generation is missing out free play time. Instead they are including to be hook ed with gadgets which in turn is making them lose creativity through natural play mode. On the positive side they are very advanced with technology at very young age. Can't say for sure if that is good or bad.

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srufolo1
srufolo1
3/30/2018 11:30:58 PM
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Re: Australia Sees Potential
@dlr5288 I don't have much contact with kids these days, but I wonder if they still play such games as hop-skotch, where you drew the grid on the sidewalk with different color chalks, or jacks or tiddly-winks. Guess I'm a dinosaur. I do appreciate technology for what it does for us, but sometimes I want to be in the real, 3-D world. Next thing you know, kids won't even be playing with dolls anymore, just virtually.

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DHagar
DHagar
3/29/2018 7:05:40 PM
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Re: Australia Sees Potential
@srufolo1, I fully agree!  It is great moral support but I do not expect it will have any impact on the business plans to close and the appetite of Amazon to pick the bones!

Again, while all these "deals" are coming down, the losers will be the kids!

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dlr5288
dlr5288
3/29/2018 11:02:54 AM
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Re: Australia Sees Potential
I see this all the time! Kids no longer are interested in toys, coloring books, etc. They start out super young with technology right in front of them..

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
3/29/2018 7:25:13 AM
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Re: Australia Sees Potential
The other thing that i would like to mention is the internet price model in general. Stores of any kind must keep an eye on that pricing is one key factor why sales is going that way. Working in that area could be very helpful. As a consumer anyone would like to go for better price purchase.

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