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    Personally I discourage Ben 10 and others like it. It makes it hard that the show is aimed at the 12+ age group but the merchandise is aimed at kids as young as 3. Much like the Simpsons. A very teen to adult show with shoes, clothing and toys, even lollies made for very young children. Talk about mixed messages!

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    Each to their own I guess, we all parent differently. Within reason I try to let me kids be who they want to be not what I want them to be.

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