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    Angry A Young Boy Gets Badly Burned Because Of A Bully (VERY Disturbing)



    I just heard about this moments ago on Inside Edition and found a video of it and I have to share it because it made me feel awful.

    This boy, age 6, was bullied by someone who used a flaming tennis ball and threw it at him, burning his face badly. According to the story, this isn't the first time this boy has been victimized by this other person.

    This story hits me hard, because I was bullied and picked on and tormented all through out my school years. I later found out, it's because of my autistic problem; I'm not like everyone else. I don't know what it's like to be badly burned, but I do know what it's like to be teased, name called, punched and kicked around, had rocks thrown at my head, come home bleeding in my head, and scared of people. I was bullied so bad in my school years, that I became VERY selective about what jobs to apply for; I want to work where everyone gets along by treating everyone like full-grown adults. Even my aunt on my dad's side even picks on me and laughs at my disability like it's cute and funny, when it hurts!
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    Re: A Young Boy Gets Badly Burned Because Of A Bully (VERY Disturbing)

    I had to contend with a bully back in middle school. A new kid showed up in the middle of the school year and straight off he started pushing other people around. One day, a Tuesday, iirc, he chose me and things nearly got ugly. But a teacher saw what was about to happen and got between us.

    We got sent to the principal's office. And unfortunately for all parties concerned, the school principal (a woman, of course) was all about "conflict resolution". So, she did her song and dance, sent us on our way and probably felt like she achieved something.

    I even tried to warn her at the time. I told her she needed to put that kid on a leash NOW. Because sooner or later, someone will get hurt. She just laughed it off. That was Tuesday.

    She wasn't laughing anymore on Friday when we were back in her office, the bully had a split lip, bloody nose, eye swollen shut and two of his teeth in a paper cup on her desk while my knuckles were still bleeding.

    She wanted to gripe us out but I wasn't having ANY of that. I reminded her that I had tipped her off about how things would go if the bully started in on me again. I warned her about what I would do, which is literally what I did, and she had NO RIGHT to be angry or surprised by it.

    Point being that often times, victims have every meaningful option taken off the table by the schools, teachers, principals, whoever. There's a very clear and obvious way of dealing with bullies.

    Thing is, women control education and they view boys not as boys, but as defective girls. They don't want boys to fight back, simple as that.

    EDIT- Just so I don't look like Mr. Internet Badass, I wrote:

    "two of his teeth in a paper cup"

    Yes, I knocked two of his teeth out. But they looked to be the last two baby teeth that he had. It would've been a bigger flex if I'd knocked out two of his adult teeth. Instead, I'm very sure that all I did was knock out two already loose teeth. But the point stands. The asshole started something he couldn't finish. That's all I'm trying to say.
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    Re: A Young Boy Gets Badly Burned Because Of A Bully (VERY Disturbing)

    Quote Originally Posted by OwenWentFullMGTOW View Post
    Thing is, women control education and they view boys not as boys, but as defective girls. They don't want boys to fight back, simple as that.
    Agree. Violence is a very good problem-solver. When people want to solve something without violence they usually just postpone violence for later when they will need to use even more violence, not less. We can see this with USA and Russia.
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    Re: A Young Boy Gets Badly Burned Because Of A Bully (VERY Disturbing)

    Quote Originally Posted by OwenWentFullMGTOW View Post
    I had to contend with a bully back in middle school. A new kid showed up in the middle of the school year and straight off he started pushing other people around. One day, a Tuesday, iirc, he chose me and things nearly got ugly. But a teacher saw what was about to happen and got between us.

    We got sent to the principal's office. And unfortunately for all parties concerned, the school principal (a woman, of course) was all about "conflict resolution". So, she did her song and dance, sent us on our way and probably felt like she achieved something.

    I even tried to warn her at the time. I told her she needed to put that kid on a leash NOW. Because sooner or later, someone will get hurt. She just laughed it off. That was Tuesday.

    She wasn't laughing anymore on Friday when we were back in her office, the bully had a split lip, bloody nose, eye swollen shut and two of his teeth in a paper cup on her desk while my knuckles were still bleeding.

    She wanted to gripe us out but I wasn't having ANY of that. I reminded her that I had tipped her off about how things would go if the bully started in on me again. I warned her about what I would do, which is literally what I did, and she had NO RIGHT to be angry or surprised by it.

    Point being that often times, victims have every meaningful option taken off the table by the schools, teachers, principals, whoever. There's a very clear and obvious way of dealing with bullies.

    Thing is, women control education and they view boys not as boys, but as defective girls. They don't want boys to fight back, simple as that.
    When it comes back and bites the bully in the ass (through either death, disfiguring, or dismemberment) it is decried as the fault of the victim.

    Welcome to the "pussification" (emasculation) of our culture!

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    Re: A Young Boy Gets Badly Burned Because Of A Bully (VERY Disturbing)

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    I just heard about this moments ago on Inside Edition and found a video of it and I have to share it because it made me feel awful.

    This boy, age 6, was bullied by someone who used a flaming tennis ball and threw it at him, burning his face badly. According to the story, this isn't the first time this boy has been victimized by this other person.

    This story hits me hard, because I was bullied and picked on and tormented all through out my school years. I later found out, it's because of my autistic problem; I'm not like everyone else. I don't know what it's like to be badly burned, but I do know what it's like to be teased, name called, punched and kicked around, had rocks thrown at my head, come home bleeding in my head, and scared of people. I was bullied so bad in my school years, that I became VERY selective about what jobs to apply for; I want to work where everyone gets along by treating everyone like full-grown adults. Even my aunt on my dad's side even picks on me and laughs at my disability like it's cute and funny, when it hurts!
    Someone needs to go to Juvenile Hall (until they are 18) and then on to adult prison for at least 10 years. In their room/cell they should be required to see a picture of their victim for the duration of their incarceration.

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    Re: A Young Boy Gets Badly Burned Because Of A Bully (VERY Disturbing)

    In the seventies New York had a 350-pound Hell's Angel named Big Vinnie. His motto was "when in doubt, knock e'm out."

    You can't count all the true crime documentaries where someone ends up dead cause nobody was willing to stand up to the neighborhood bully. There's one on every week.

    I endured my share of bully's when I was a kid. Didn't get that much compared to some, but this is one place where a little goes a long way. I still hate the sons a bitches and all this was over 50 years ago. Half are now dead and the rest I doubt I'd recognize them if I saw them, but they are still on the shit list. What really burns me now was finding out bully's ply their trade cause they wasn't happy with their own life. Well tough shit asshole.
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    Re: A Young Boy Gets Badly Burned Because Of A Bully (VERY Disturbing)

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    In the seventies New York had a 350-pound Hell's Angel named Big Vinnie. His motto was "when in doubt, knock e'm out."

    You can't count all the true crime documentaries where someone ends up dead cause nobody was willing to stand up to the neighborhood bully. There's one on every week.

    I endured my share of bully's when I was a kid. Didn't get that much compared to some, but this is one place where a little goes a long way. I still hate the sons a bitches and all this was over 50 years ago. Half are now dead and the rest I doubt I'd recognize them if I saw them, but they are still on the shit list. What really burns me now was finding out bully's ply their trade cause they wasn't happy with their own life. Well tough shit asshole.
    Bullies always get it in the end, one that I had to deal with got stabbed in the gut by a 90lb weakling and needed his intestines put back together, I was 15 at the time and felt glee the moment I heard about it, we ran to scene in time to see him get hauled out on a stretcher and loaded in the meatwagen.

    Anyone can be a bully, just pick on someone weaker.

    Sometimes, every once in a while the bully hits a Ukraine and get their ass handed back to them a meat wrapper!
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    Re: A Young Boy Gets Badly Burned Because Of A Bully (VERY Disturbing)

    Quote Originally Posted by OwenWentFullMGTOW View Post
    I had to contend with a bully back in middle school. A new kid showed up in the middle of the school year and straight off he started pushing other people around. One day, a Tuesday, iirc, he chose me and things nearly got ugly. But a teacher saw what was about to happen and got between us.

    We got sent to the principal's office. And unfortunately for all parties concerned, the school principal (a woman, of course) was all about "conflict resolution". So, she did her song and dance, sent us on our way and probably felt like she achieved something.

    I even tried to warn her at the time. I told her she needed to put that kid on a leash NOW. Because sooner or later, someone will get hurt. She just laughed it off. That was Tuesday.

    She wasn't laughing anymore on Friday when we were back in her office, the bully had a split lip, bloody nose, eye swollen shut and two of his teeth in a paper cup on her desk while my knuckles were still bleeding.

    She wanted to gripe us out but I wasn't having ANY of that. I reminded her that I had tipped her off about how things would go if the bully started in on me again. I warned her about what I would do, which is literally what I did, and she had NO RIGHT to be angry or surprised by it.

    Point being that often times, victims have every meaningful option taken off the table by the schools, teachers, principals, whoever. There's a very clear and obvious way of dealing with bullies.

    Thing is, women control education and they view boys not as boys, but as defective girls. They don't want boys to fight back, simple as that.

    EDIT- Just so I don't look like Mr. Internet Badass, I wrote:

    "two of his teeth in a paper cup"

    Yes, I knocked two of his teeth out. But they looked to be the last two baby teeth that he had. It would've been a bigger flex if I'd knocked out two of his adult teeth. Instead, I'm very sure that all I did was knock out two already loose teeth. But the point stands. The asshole started something he couldn't finish. That's all I'm trying to say.
    I mean you did try to tell her and she wasn't listening. I'm kinda baffled at how people are warned about something and brush it off but as soon as the very thing they were warned about happens then it's all shocked tones and faces.


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