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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by AskWazzup, Mar 14, 2011.
how comes no one was posting it yet ?
That reference is too obvious, somebody should make a GODHAND edit.
Wow, this kind of thing created a media storm? Well, whatever the case maybe, good for the kid. Bullying is like abuse, and years of pent up rage usually don't end well. Assault is very different from abuse, so it's kinda weird to compare apples to oranges.
I wonder what would happen in the west if someone were to upload a video that's similar to the one that went viral in China a few years back. It's about a group of Chinese junior high girls physically and sexually assaulting a girl on tape. The boys were too busy filming to do much of anything, but I never saw the end of that tape or what happened to the girl in it.
sounds like something id fap to.
a) Great job Dad, you had no idea your son has been beaten and bullied for his entire life.
b) Great job Dad, you had no idea your son was so upset about his horrible existence, that he contemplated suicide.
c) Great job Dad, you still think your son should not have fought back, you ignorant pacifist turd.
d) Great job Dad, both your kids didn't trust you enough to talk to you about the problem.
e) Great job Dad, both your kids are obese, out of shape, and pacifists - excellent targets for bullies.
f) Great job Dad, your teeth are missing, and have an ugly ear-ring - the dead shit should have worn a condom...likewise for his parents.
Wow. How very jaded. Know what's wrong with youth? They're too cowardly to stand up for them selves. High five to that kid, for having the balls I didn't at age 15.
I was bullied. I didn't tell my parent's anything. I didn't tell anyone anything. You have to have been through it to understand. I don't support legal prosecution of bullying. Kids need to take a note, and fuck those little shits up.
If a child doesn't trust and confide in his parents - you really shouldn't call them parents.
So wait, a 16 year old with superior strength body-slammed a 13 year old?
What a bully?
So what do you think about a father having no idea his son was getting beaten at school daily for years?
Pretty shitty parenting.
This depends really on the situation. I mean how many children have told their parents about sexual abuse even with good parenting ? There is a very high dark figure about such situations. A very extreme example. Yes I know. But it is more about false shame and fear. Particularly fear will often enough cause irrational decisions. And I know a lot about it but no need get in to details. It is enough to say that I had a quite violent childhood. And I had very bad parents but that doesn't matter. It is not like I was telling others even people I trusted much. Simply out of fear and shame.
Though that is more meant in general since I don't know the parents of the victim in this thread.
I'm glad my kids like talking to me and trust me to help with their problems.
Example: My daughter came to me when she was a freshman in high school, because two boys who were seniors were bullying her daily on the bus. They would insult her constantly, and when that didn't work, they kept telling her that I wore earrings because I was a faggot. I went to the boys home, they were twin brothers who lived with their dad, a single father (across the street from my daughter). I asked the father if I could speak to him with the two boys.
I told the two boys, in front of their father that I would be more than happy to beat the ever-loving shit out of both of them at once if they allowed anyone to bother my daughter on the bus ever again.
The father thanked me for letting him know what had happened and beat both their asses with a belt and made them apologise to my daughter. My daughter had two excellent body guards on the bus for the remainder of the school year. She would laugh when she'd tell me about them making sure she was very happy on the bus.
So what? Just because he is smaller gives him a right to sock someone else in the face?
If it were just name calling then yeah but the small guy fired first. I mean WTF was he thinking?
Also, it wasn't just the shrimp but his buddies as well. Without a show of force, it could have easily turned into a 2+ on 1.
Lastly is this just me or is it the absolute worst to not only bully a boy, but doing it in front of girls?
IMO that kid left Casey ZERO room to get out of the situation. Group insults, physical violence, harassment, and to rub salt on the wounds, done in front of the opposite sex.
In pack even 13-year-olds can be quite dangerous.
Check this out. It usually goes like this
Dad wants son to physically confront bully
Mom wants to go to the principle, or press charges.
Either way, kid is put into positions they don't want to be in.
To question the kids parents, is retarded. Kid did right.
How it should go is real actual functioning parents find out about bullying and go to the other parents to sort it out.
If that doesn't work, you go to the school and ask for them to deal with it. If that doesn't work, you tell your kid to fight back.
If that doesn't work, you involve the police.
Sorry if your parents failed in that regard.
No, How it should work - is a kid should be taught to stand up for themselves, instead of setting the tone of mommy and daddy are going to sort problems out for the kid.
I'm sorry, but I look at youth today, and they are PUSSIFIED.
Teach kids to stand up for themselves, instead of dealing with parents, schools, and police. A bully with a broken nose is a bully no more.