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  • #16






    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.




    Sadly, violence is the only language some bullies understand.



    The guy in the video was a little bit much, though, you usually don't need to powerslam a bully (it's not wise to perform a move that can cause serious injury if you don't have to). A well placed punch is usually enough. Bullies are usually pussies.
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    • #17






      Quote Originally Posted by obscurity
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      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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      • #18
        People are pretty damn vile. I think you've got to feel pretty horrible about yourself if you get pleasure out of making fun of someone with severe physical deformities.



        As for bullying, **************** sucks, but that's life. I don't think turning it into a media melodrama is really going to change anything, it's just a way the press profits out of other peoples pain.



        It's a sad fact that both these kids are on the low rung of the social totem pole, they should actually be friends, but the sadistic "cool" kids seems to have turned them against each other. The skinny one seems desperate enough to try to fit in that he'd actually go try to battle someone 4X his weight.



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        • #19
          All that trash and complaints ? does having 117,000+ "likes" and getting more popular , is a reason for facebook keeping it?



          So any one can do a trash page like this and Facebook is ok with it ?
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          • #20






            Quote Originally Posted by obscurity
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            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.




            I can accept this.
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            • #21
              What a bunch of butterflies you guys are.

              We all were either bullies or bullied. And survived. Let the kids learn to grow a pair by themselves.



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              • #22






                Quote Originally Posted by Gus Lozada
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                What a bunch of butterflies you guys are.

                We all were either bullies or bullied.




                Yeah, get over it, it's no big deal, why are you making me hit you, anyway?



                I don't think you and me had anything like the same experience at school.
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                • #23
                  I'd be interested to know what you just edited, Gus.
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                  • #24






                    Quote Originally Posted by BonsoWonderDog
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                    I'd be interested to know what you just edited, Gus.




                    Nothing serious I did not edit anything, actually.

                    He edited it and posted his reason: "edited it to be a "less aggressive" version".
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                    • #25
                      My father became the routine target of a bully in middle school, along with a few other kids. None of the teachers or the kid's parents were willing to discipline him. One day at school, my dad was walking behind the bully at the top of a tall flight of concrete stairs and pushed the bastard. He wasn't seriously hurt, although he never messed with my father or any of the other kids, ever again.



                      I've been the victim of armed robbery by two assailants, had a gun put two inches from my face while my girlfriend was simultaneously threatened with rape. An experience like that will change your view on things.



                      There are some people who can only understand the language of violence. This is why I'm a firm believer in the 2nd Amendment. I prefer to have adequate tools to clearly communicate with them.

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                      • #26
                        It's easy to say that violence is never an answer -- and I sympathize with the sentiment philosophically -- but most of the people I've talked to who say this have never encountered a real predator. It changes everything. Most people's experiences with bullying or victimization are in grade school, and if you're fortunate enough to be a college educated professional as an adult you probably have never been in a fight or attacked as an adult.



                        But it can really alter your outlook to be mugged, raped, or otherwise attacked -- especially if it's at gun or knife point. For some people the experience makes them generally more fearful and cautious, and it can even change their ideology.
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