The agreement as posted on Baier’s blog.
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If there’s one thing young people truly understand, it’s bribery.
From their very formative years, parents bribed them to keep quiet, behave, wear appropriate clothing — even, sometimes, desist from using rude words.
So it might seem utterly canny of Paul Baier, the vice president of a Massachusetts energy company, to find a veteran’s method to get his daughter away from Facebook.
But this tale isn’t quite so simple.
What’s deeply moving is that this blog’s usual purpose is to offer deep discussions about sustainability.
This makes one wonder just how much sustainability Rachel will have.
Despite signing away the next five months of her life to be Facebook-free, the temptations upon her will be great.
Her friends may shun her. She may suddenly be regarded as not cool enough for school. This is enormous pressure to put on one at such a tender stage of her development.
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