The Margin of Error in Raising Boys Is Smaller than Girls

Lunch with two Sicilians. Retired.Ex cop. I asked my favorite cop question: how old does a kid need to be before you can tell he’s going to be a criminal. Answer: “Seven”. I get the same answer from every career policeman. Why? ‘Cause it’s just true. If you haven’t got a boy ‘set’ by seven, maybe by four, you’ve failed. Boys are much easier than girls, but the margin for error boys is very small compared to girls.The world can tolerate cheap, nasty, and crazy girls. It cannot easily tolerate reckless, uncaring, and violent boys

Leave a Reply