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  • OT: NIGHTMARE CIBER BULLLYING PAGE OF A HANDYCAP THAT FACEBOOK WON'T ELIMINATE

    please tell me this is not real



    Some mad man is doing all he can to make this handy cap person a living hell(115,000 + likes)

    and Facebook won't delet it .................





    It has Been reported BIG TIME



    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Clan-...57573460919786
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  • #2
    fifty billion problems in the world... why waste time worrying about facebook? You don't even know what is real and what is not real on the internet.

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    • #3
      if you care to help
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      • #4
        "Bebecito Emoxito" is cool with all that.

        Otherwise he would not be "famous". He is an actor and stuff, now.
        www.guslozada.com

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        • #5
          Thanks, Gus. For those of us who don't speak Spanish, we have no idea what's going on.
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          • #6
            It is actually a cruel act of bullying against that guy. Uncalled for.

            But he has been interviewed and he is kinda cool with that. After all he now is "famous" (internet fame) because of his internet bullies.



            Not that I actually care about it.

            There are many other human-memes... but they have "a talent" like thinking they are singers... those crack me up.



            Youtube:



            Delfin Quishpe - Torres Gemelas

            Wendy Sulca - La Tetita





            I give you the gift of "La Tigresa del Oriente". She "sings" in English!!!






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            • #7
              bullying is seriosly wrong you don't put "like" on a bully page . or spect more increasing schooll shootings ,suicides etc etc





              Yes bebe Emoxito is a earth angel a example to follow
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              • #8
                Minimoog, this vid will make you feel very good.



                Never bite more than you can chew






                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isfn4OxCPQs
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                • #9






                  Quote Originally Posted by Mediterranean
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                  Minimoog, this vid will make you feel very good.



                  Never bite more than you can chew






                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isfn4OxCPQs




                  I don't think the way this video was so widely liked is particularly good. Yeah, I get all the "good guy fights back" stuff, but at the end of the day it's still saying that the answer is to use violence against violence.
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                  • #10






                    Quote Originally Posted by BonsoWonderDog
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                    I don't think the way this video was so widely liked is particularly good. Yeah, I get all the "good guy fights back" stuff, but at the end of the day it's still saying that the answer is to use violence against violence.






                    I take your point, and somewhat agree, but it also seems that certain people (especially boys with violent proclivities) only learn about the pain they cause by getting a taste of it themselves.



                    With some people, the suffering of others just doesn't move them at all. Some are just wired that way. It's now widely publicized that approximately 1% of all people in society are psychopathic, for instance.



                    I remember an old boxer once telling me that he thought boxing was a great way for boys to learn self control and nonviolence.



                    "Boys who box learn two things right away." he said. "They learn that they can hurt other boys, and they learn that other boys can hurt them."
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                    • #11
                      I am with minimoog on this one - all bullying is bad. I am also against the idea of responding to violence with violence. In first grade, I was bullied by a second grader and the situation was resolved via my parents, his parents, and the school principle. By the time I was a junior in high school, I was a 6'1" and 185 lbs shot put and discus guy and he was a 5'6" and maybe 130 lbs "doper", but I never had a feeling of needing to retaliate. It was more feeling sorry for the kid; Rather, I wondered what was wrong with his childhood and self esteem that caused him to behave like that.



                      There are psychopaths and there are autistic people and in my opinion it is important to understand the difference between the two. There are people who are not capable of parsing cues from other people concerning their feelings or making the mental model of what it feels like to be someone else. I would suggest that if you are not familiar with Aspergers syndrome then you read up on it a bit. This is not a psychopathy, it is Autism. However, based on what I know, people with Aspergers are more likely to be the victim of bullying than perpetrators. It is doubly difficult in their case because they do not understand what is happening and may become confused between an attempt at bullying and something as simple as a friendly hello. When I was a Lego Robotics coach arriving at the end of school, I once observed my son become scared when some fellow students in his class just said hello to him in what was a very friendly way. They do role playing in a special ed social skills class that is designed to help him understand how to react in various social situations, and he has become much better at that. Growing up and maturing has helped in his case too.



                      My personal observation of kids, and even some adults, that take boxing or martial arts is that a significant number of them act out the things they learn in front of others and either project an attitude of violence or really become more violent. Some martial arts dojos will start from day one teaching to not behave this way and expel students who are observed acting out, but that does not seem to be the norm.
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                      • #12
                        It's facebook. Who cares? I don't even have a facebook account and frankly don't need one. There are more real problems in the world than bullying on facebook. delete the account and move on. Guess what? the bullying goes away.
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                          Quote Originally Posted by Gribs
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                          My personal observation of kids, and even some adults, that take boxing or martial arts is that a significant number of them act out the things they learn in front of others and either project an attitude of violence or really become more violent. Some martial arts dojos will start from day one teaching to not behave this way and expel students who are observed acting out, but that does not seem to be the norm.




                          Kids might do this (usually in a playful way, since everything is a toy), but as someone who has taught martial arts for 29 years I'd say it's more of a rarity. And it's definitely not the norm in boxing, or with most adults. It's important to separate arts like boxing and MMA from children's karate schools. Boxing is a serious discipline and sport, and doing it frivolously or with abandon would be analogous to being a track and field athlete and throwing javelins at each other for fun. You just don't do it. Boxing has norms of fairness and sportsmanship that run deeply in the culture of the sport.



                          A lot of it depends on the culture of a given school or gym. If the instructor is a bully, then he tends to create students like him (one of the subtexts of the original "Karate Kid" film, incidentally, and quite true).



                          I agree that all bullying is bad. But not all violence is bullying. Some of it is just surviving. In some cases, reason simply doesn't work, and violence is all the bully understands.



                          If you're a kid dealing with a bully, sometimes involving both kids' parents can help resolve it, as was the case with you. But sometimes when you meet the bully's parents, you find out that they're ignorant and toothless and you can see *exactly* why their kid is a bully.
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                          • #14
                            Well what do you know.






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                            • #15






                              Quote Originally Posted by Gribs
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                              I am with minimoog on this one - all bullying is bad. I am also against the idea of responding to violence with violence. In first grade, I was bullied by a second grader and the situation was resolved via my parents, his parents, and the school principle.




                              I'm glad your experience with bullying was resolved so easily. My experience was that raising the issue with parents or teachers just made it worse. I was always told by authority figures that violence is never the answer, so I didn't try that, until in my penultimate year at school I finally snapped and fought back. The bullying stopped that day. Sometimes violence really IS the answer.









                              Quote Originally Posted by Gribs
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                              There are psychopaths and there are autistic people and in my opinion it is important to understand the difference between the two. There are people who are not capable of parsing cues from other people concerning their feelings or making the mental model of what

                              it feels like to be someone else. I would suggest that if you are not familiar with Aspergers syndrome then you read up on it a bit.




                              I am, as it happens, very familiar with Aspergers - I was diagnosed with it a couple of years ago (I'm in my 40s, btw). I can't help but wonder if, were I neuro-typical, I would have figured out the answer to my situation a lot sooner rather than taking the word of authority figures as gospel.



                              In short, I think saying violence is never the answer is TERRIBLE advice. I think saying it should only ever be a last resort is good, though.
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