My friend in high school had the most interesting form of discipline I had ever encountered. His curfew was midnight. If he came home at 12:02 his mom would make him perform some form of punishment, twice. 12:30, 30 times. For instance, one time he came home at 12:12 and had to rake 12 bags of leaves. This task required him going to the neighbors because his own lawn did not have the leaves needed to fill 12 bags. Another time he came in at 12:03. The next day he had to bake 3 loaves of bread, after learning how to bake bread. The great thing about this exercise was that the punishment was always different. He had to wash 5 cars, do 25 loads of laundry, I loved it when he missed curfew just so I could hear about his adventures the next day. When we went out and 11:45 rolled around, he would get anxious. Until today, I thought this was the most unique way to instill rules on a teenager. Then today happened, and I stumbled upon this article. After going to a party without permission, Freeman Seay forced his 16 year old step daughter to dress up in renaissance garb, including armor, and fight him with a wooden sword. Sorry Mrs. Roszak, the Seay’s just trumped you. After 2 hours of “punishment”, the girl collapsed from exhaustion. What…why do…..how is it that…..where did you get 2 sets of…….There is no point in questioning the thought process here, I am pretty sure there wasn’t one.