Santiago Casselman
Santiago Casselman voted up HappyTwo BeHereTwo's answer

I would be concerned about safe egress in case of fire or other emergencies.  I would not lock my children in.  Their room could be their tomb.

I also don't agree with it.  I wanted my children to be responsible.  Knowing one day, they will be on their own, I guided them in their decision making. … Read more

Santiago Casselman
Santiago Casselman voted up dragonfly forty-six's answer

If your kid is now in university, why are you asking us this question now? You obviously didn't think there was a problem and locked your kid away for 12 hours a day as you say for your protection or hers. Why does our opinion matter to you?  Why do you care if we think … Read more

Santiago Casselman
Santiago Casselman voted up Didge Doo's answer

Nice to have you with us, Uh Huh, but your question beats me, too. Some people are great at turning out interesting questions. Others, like me, just plod along and rarely ask any.

I'm only answering this to stay in touch with your question to see if I get any useful suggestions from it that … Read more