Door Jam: October 21, 2013

Crazy parents, relived parents and Gatorade bucket parents all make up part of today’s Door Jam.

Hot Hardware: When I wrote in my post, Tweeting Teens: Two social media questions for parents, that parents need a wake up call when it comes to their kids and the internet, I never thought it would be this bad. According to Microsoft, the average age when parents allow their child to have completely unsupervised access to the internet is 8. Eight years old and parents never check on what they’re doing online.

Telegraph: A child miraculously survives after his stroller is crushed during a car wreck. The photos are unbelievable. I know two parents who are extra thankful for their child right now.

Tumblr: What does the weird Craig’s List ad say? Ring-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding.

Telegraph: We finally know the answer to Phineas and Ferb’s daily question: “Where’s Perry?” He accidentally caught a lift with an off-road vehicle in Australia.

YouTube: John Madden describing what happens when a Mommy Gatorade Bucket meets a Daddy Gatorade Bucket.

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Christian. Husband. Daddy. Writer. Online editor for Facts & Trends Magazine. Fan of quick wits, magical wardrobes, brave hobbits, time traveling police boxes & Blue Devils.