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Mark Stevenson

Mark Stevenson

Dorchester, GB
Short bio says it all really, Dad of three girls, partner to one long suffering lady, geek, rock and country music fan, scout leader and food lover.

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Dad of 3 girls & Estate Agent.

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  • Questions 0
  • Answers 4
  • Followers 3
  • Follows 1
  • Votes given 2
  • Votes received 6
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19Jul

I played it a bit (no upper age limit) when I was trying out pretty much anything on miniclip. Some of the games / quest type puzzles may appeal to ...

19Jul
What age is Club Penguin suitable for?

Both my eight year old and twelve year old play on club penguin, not too concerned with dressing the igloo, they like the fishing games etc, they ...

12Apr
Do shows like The X-Factor warp kids' ideas about success and creativity?

I think we idolised famous people when I was young (er?) now, kids think they can be famous without having a skill to become famous

12Apr
Do shows like The X-Factor warp kids' ideas about success and creativity?

Her standard questions are 'are they famous?' 'what are they famous for?' Sad isn't it!

12Apr
Do shows like The X-Factor warp kids' ideas about success and creativity?

I think so, my eldest daughter (11) is fascinated by fame and we have discussions with regards to education against becoming famous, she sees fame as ...

12Apr
Should social media be taught in high school?

Having heard about people being refused jobs due to their social media accounts, then yes we should teach people about the benefits and negatives of ...

12Apr
Should social media be taught in high school?

that made me think that teaching sex education would make children more interested in sex. Education is to inform of the pitfalls and potential ...

23Dec

Not at launch, it isn’t. Like the Wii before it, the Nintendo Wii U offers something new and (for now) unique. But with people turning to simpler, ...

23Dec
Is the new Nintendo Wii U worth it?

Traditionally Nintendo products take ages to discount or get meaningful bundles so I don't see the price dropping any time soon. The Wii U will ...

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