Im still trying to figure out how to cancel the account, so far I can't.ROBLOX is a very educational game and inspires kids to learn.
Parents be warned - the moderation on this site is less than fair.My son reported an abuse and he was reprimanded as if he were at fault. The language used by the gamers is less than desirable and poorly moderated, the focus of the games are generally violent which is inappropriate for the younger crowd."I want a guy who can play 36 holes of golf, and still have enough energy to take Warren and me to a baseball game, and eat sausages, and beer, not lite beer, but beer." "That's my ad, print it up," concludes the Cameron Diaz-played sweet-and-sexy title character, and big sister to mentally challenged Warren, in the hit romantic comedy There's Something About Mary. Mary's would-be personal ad has some makings of a great dating pitch — it gets high marks for honesty and humor — but Mary could stand to sell herself a little: What makes her such a catch that she's worth the effort to contact?(For starters, she's down-to-earth, gorgeous and undyingly loyal to those she loves.) In real life a personal ad — or its online dating equivalent, the personal profile — can be a terrific tool to endear the right person to you.I've played the game myself, and I understand how the moderation works there.
This is a game with poor quality and a poor community.
Or any console games that don't allow kids to connect online. A good rule of thumb: If they can get on the internet through the game, it is unsafe. Only kids who are taught internet safety, over 13 years of age, and are quite responsible should be messing with others online.
It's not a question of how "good" your kid is, the game's issue is really a question of a lack of control of what others will do to your kid.
If you pay for Builder's Club- you can cancel your PAYED features...
but the account is still there to 'go back to'.
"The personal ad route can be a good idea because it gives you the opportunity to meet people outside of your little circle of friends and co-workers," says Toni Coleman, a psychotherapist and relationship coach in Mc Lean, Va.