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HornyPope
02-02-2007, 06:18 AM
It gives the loser kids someone to interact with (yay for socialising!), and more importantly helps the losers know their place.

Zeall
02-02-2007, 07:27 AM
You deserve to be shot

Judge B
02-02-2007, 07:42 AM
This guy's kidding, right?

Grabbal
02-02-2007, 07:48 AM
This guy's kidding, right?


He's trying to be funny..

Amiralanal
02-02-2007, 08:07 AM
he is an asshole

Sin Studly
02-02-2007, 08:27 AM
Fail. Blame the firewater, chief.

HornyPope
02-02-2007, 08:28 AM
Haha the losers came forward.

Sin Studly
02-02-2007, 10:23 AM
Not in any way substantial enough to keep this thread from being fail. This is off-the-charts SchuylerFail.

Stranger With Candy
02-02-2007, 10:37 AM
Poor losers. Im gonna go beat one up now, just to make him feel special.

Mota Boy
02-02-2007, 10:39 AM
Late night or early start?

Stranger With Candy
02-02-2007, 10:41 AM
Late night or early start?

Late night.

HornyPope
02-02-2007, 11:09 AM
Not in any way substantial enough to keep this thread from being fail. This is off-the-charts SchuylerFail.

What do you care, why are you crying? I don't want to fucking impress you, or did I strike a nerve?
Wait did you pick on drugs after some druggies smashed your head in and you decided to be cool like them lol?

killer_queen
02-02-2007, 11:29 AM
Why fail? This thread rules. I love bullying. I mean I used to love it. Unfortunately you can't do that in university (I don't know, people say so). I've never done it to the losers because we generally didn't have losers since I went to a nerds' school but it was always fun to scare the newbies.

I bought a ps2 game called Bully a couple of weeks ago. It rules!

HornyPope
02-02-2007, 11:44 AM
Turkey is good because kids of all ages socialize with their peers and it's only natural that the older and the stronger occasionaly impose their will. The lessons the losers draw however are invaluable and a fundamental part of growing up and of life in general.
We don't get much of that in this society unfortunately--it's very feminine. Bullying is regarded as a problem, kids are sheltered and protected to grow weak and pathetic.

Sin Studly
02-02-2007, 12:23 PM
What do you care, why are you crying? I don't want to fucking impress you, or did I strike a nerve?
Wait did you pick on drugs after some druggies smashed your head in and you decided to be cool like them lol?

Relax, we all make a thread that fails from time to time.

wheelchairman
02-02-2007, 04:13 PM
Modern Danish pedagoguery is convinced that they have cured children of ever being bullies ever again. It sounded horrible, but I have my doubts it works.

Bullying isn't disappearing, kids just hide it better. Apparently the number one problem for the Danish workface is bullying at work, which causes crippling stress or something. My dad went through a similar situation where his boss hated him and tried to do all these things to force him to quit. He stuck it through, and eventually called his union and got the bitch set in her place (it actually created quite a scandal, but this is also a small country.) Ny Karlsberg School is notorious for it's horrible administration now.

Otherwise I don't really see how bullying helps. There were periods where I was bullied as a kid simply for liking what I like. Then I became taller than everyone and suddenly people stopped picking on me. Then I developed a sense of humor and I was suddenly popular, and surrounded by these pathetic ass kissers. The other way however, is these kids who just get locked into victim mod, they don't even stand a chance. The girl I knew who was sexually molested by her father never really had a chance. You could just see the pleasure kids had in making her explode.

I mostly just pity those kids (the victims). And generally think of unprovoked bullying as being pathetic.

Also, for the longest time I thought this thread was about consumerism, and it made no sense.

HornyPope
02-02-2007, 04:33 PM
It doesn't "help" but it's the natural order of things. Pathetic and weak people ought to be put on their place. It's unacceptable that socialisation and competiton between kids (both unavoidable and healthy) should take in a form of who has flashier toys or cooler parents. Strenght (physical and of character) is a virtue, and if you can crush someone else--so should you. Of course there's a limit to everything... these are kids after all.

wheelchairman
02-02-2007, 04:36 PM
Natural?

Nah, I think it's either some spoiled or unsatisfied brat taking his pissy little issues out on others. Solitude or strength of character really doesn't play a part among child bullies.

Tizzalicious
02-02-2007, 04:36 PM
Wow Vlad, you act like a 10 year old who think he'll be the coolest in class by bullying a weak person.

HornyPope
02-02-2007, 04:39 PM
Well this whole survival of the fittest business is probably the most natural form of human interaction, so yes.


Relax, we all make a thread that fails from time to time

Notice how all the losers came out? Bullseye.
It's not too late to take your words back.

Tizzalicious
02-02-2007, 04:40 PM
Yes, and while we're at it, let's all try to kill each other too, it's only natural!

HornyPope
02-02-2007, 04:42 PM
Way to miss the point.

wheelchairman
02-02-2007, 04:44 PM
Well this whole survival of the fittest business is probably the most natural form of human interaction, so yes.




But this isn't survival of the fittest, nothing is accomplished, no genes are passed on. It's survival of the fittest the way free market competition is survival of the fittest. i.e. very loose comparisons.

HornyPope
02-02-2007, 04:47 PM
Now you're nitpicking? You know what I mean; and trust me I wouldn't use this phrase if I didn't think the point would get accross, i'm tired of watching it surface in politics forum from the mouths of teenage libertarians.

wheelchairman
02-02-2007, 04:50 PM
They are asserting their dominance in the playground, yes I got that. Coming to the conclusion it's a good thing? I wouldn't go so far. They're just brats. And the victimisation half the time is rather random, of course there is a general group of losers and a general group of bullies. But the rest is so fluid most of the time.

HornyPope
02-02-2007, 04:55 PM
Everyone gets their ass kicked in the end, don't worry. No one will die, the wounds will heal up before marriage.

I'm just looking at a lot of kids today and I notice a) they need any form of socialisation b) they need their ass kicked.

HornyPope
02-02-2007, 04:59 PM
I think HP is getting his Nietzsche in a twist, confusing "big bully" with "übermensch".

No, but you'd know a thing or two about stealing from fiction novels, right?
Or maybe you're just in arms and upset because you like chubby and cute 12 year old boys?

ninthlayer
02-02-2007, 05:11 PM
No, but you'd know a thing or two about stealing from fiction novels, right?
Or maybe you're just in arms and upset because you like chubby and cute 12 year old boys?
Double burn.

I've never been in a fight in my entire life and never really been picked on*. I've always talked a lot of shit to people and sometimes have this whole domination thing that I pull out (like on my roommate, for instance). Why assert dominance in such a way/bully? Because I'm not big on co-stars and some people just need to accept their roles as supporting cast.

___
*Aside from when I was six years old and some older kids berated me for having pointy ears. Fun fact: I laughed when one of them died in a car accident years later and proclaimed "Serves them right for dicking with me when I was a kid." See how that works?

JohnnyNemesis
02-02-2007, 05:38 PM
Or maybe you're just in arms and upset because you like chubby and cute 12 year old boys?

I disagreed with everything Vlad said in this thread until I read this and wanted to fellate him enthusiastically.

Fact: Bullies tend to have crippling emotional problems and horrible potato-breath, both of which are qualities more worthy of ridicule than the appearance of their victims. Self-pwn.

wheelchairman
02-02-2007, 05:38 PM
Everyone gets their ass kicked in the end, don't worry. No one will die, the wounds will heal up before marriage.

I'm just looking at a lot of kids today and I notice a) they need any form of socialisation b) they need their ass kicked.

Not in disagreement, I came to the conclusion that their parents should smack them or something.

All About Eve
02-02-2007, 08:29 PM
I agree that most kids need to get their asses kicked, but that's totally different from bullying.

Sin Studly
02-03-2007, 12:20 AM
I agree with most of what Vlad is saying, but the fact remains that this thread has no lol values whatsoever. Until the Maria-burn.

HornyPope
02-03-2007, 10:55 AM
Everyone says they don't like bullying because they reject any form of child violence. Noble logic, but allow me to expand on my line of thinking; consider:

1. Getting punched in the nose isn't really bad, it's just pain. Pain that goes away. It doesn't kill anyone, but it does put the whole "waah waah i'm so angries because mom locked the xbox in the top shelf" in perspective. Why is everyone striving to evolve to a pain-free society anyways? Wimps.

2. Forms of popularity contests are very alive everywhere. Kids flash their shoes, their lunches, they talk of stories of their cool parents to the "oohs" and "aahs" of their peers. Do you really want those wealthy and superficial kids rulling the playground? Violence is good because it gives "the others" a chance to vindicate themselves through strength of their natural attributes.

3. Only losers get bullied, so who cares? Case in point: Zeall, judge B, Grabbal, Admiralanal (and couple of more that remained quiet). It's better those kids have socialisation the hard way than spend their afternoons failing on the internet.

And much like ninth said, people have to accept their roles--the earlier, the better. Can you imagine a child growing up to think he's special and smart and then utterly failing-crashing when reality slaps him in the face? One has to know his place so the fall doesn't break him entierly.

JohnnyNemesis
02-03-2007, 10:58 AM
Personally, I'm all for normal child violence and even physical discipline; the former is almost necessary to get kids ready for the kinds of things that might happen in the real world and the latter is just something I'm used to. Popularity contests are normal too.

It's just that childhood bullying comes from such a pathetically insecure position that it sickens me. I've worked so many mentoring programs for younguns where my entire job is to help these emotionally troubled bullies stop being such fucking crybabies and it's exhausting.

HornyPope
02-03-2007, 11:06 AM
They just need more bullying.

endlesst0m
02-03-2007, 11:58 AM
It doesn't "help" but it's the natural order of things. Pathetic and weak people ought to be put on their place. It's unacceptable that socialisation and competiton between kids (both unavoidable and healthy) should take in a form of who has flashier toys or cooler parents. Strenght (physical and of character) is a virtue, and if you can crush someone else--so should you. Of course there's a limit to everything... these are kids after all.

What the hell? It sounds like you're pushing for a "survival of the fittest" society. That's fucking primative, and don't respect this opinion at all. If your theory was valid, that would mean bullies are typically the most successful people. I know from personal experience that this is far from true. Physical strength that allows one to bully is not an indicator of future success. What the hell are you thinking?

endlesst0m
02-03-2007, 12:23 PM
I think that it's important to note that the things that allow someone to become powerful in thier youth are very different from the things that allow them to be powerful in adulthood. I don't think that proponents of bullying are considering this. This is why the lesson's that people learn from bullying are far less valuable then some of you are making them out to be. Especially when a good person's self-esteem is at risk. So basically, yeah you CAN learn a little from bullying I guess, I'm not denying that. But it does more harm than good. This is why any sane adult will stop bullying if they see it happening.

wheelchairman
02-03-2007, 02:26 PM
Yeah I agree with Johnny's conclusion. Bully's just don't get bullied enough. And as Maria pointed out, they end up in some shitty low end job.

Sin Studly
02-03-2007, 04:08 PM
I think we can all agree that nobody likes schoolyard bullies, but they provide an essential service that is unfortunately being slowly phased out of society without a suitable replacement.

wheelchairman
02-03-2007, 04:11 PM
Oh I don't think it's being phased out. From my experience working with kids and whatnot, they just hide it better. Which really only hurts the victims who lose their ability to retaliate to a higher authority if it becomes hidden to any degree.

wheelchairman
02-03-2007, 04:14 PM
Wow... that is so french..

noodlesfan
02-03-2007, 04:47 PM
Attention to anyone who agrees with Hornypope: There is evidence against bullying, there was a child who was bullied for years because he was an idiot. Eventually, this child became noodlesfan.

Bullying = people like noodlesfan.

HornyPope
02-03-2007, 04:47 PM
What the hell? It sounds like you're pushing for a "survival of the fittest" society. That's fucking primative, and don't respect this opinion at all. If your theory was valid, that would mean bullies are typically the most successful people. I know from personal experience that this is far from true. Physical strength that allows one to bully is not an indicator of future success. What the hell are you thinking?

Yes, I am a long educated expert on children psychology and my personal reflections are the cornerstone of my political ambitions and affiliations. In fact, I am registering a political party as I type this post, and I count to run on the local balot very soon, and then when I win, I will come after all you in the classroom and bully you.

Jakebert
02-03-2007, 04:50 PM
Attention to anyone who agrees with Hornypope: There is evidence against bullying, there was a child who was bullied for years because he was an idiot. Eventually, this child became noodlesfan.

Bullying = people like noodlesfan.

...or maybe you just sucked then too.

noodlesfan
02-03-2007, 04:51 PM
It's only gotten worse from then on, I used to be tolerable in public, now look at me.

Zeall
02-05-2007, 05:13 AM
Can you please elaborate as to why i'm a loser?

i'm in a great job, love my work, enjoying life as it is, great pay, practically do anything i want to, o've done everything i want to do with my life so far

so what's so loser-y about that?

Sin Studly
02-05-2007, 05:26 AM
The fact that you're justifying your life to a bunch of random internet people.

That's pretty loser-y.

Zeall
02-05-2007, 05:28 AM
The fact that you're justifying your life to a bunch of random internet people.

That's pretty loser-y.

touché....

JoY
02-05-2007, 06:20 AM
It's only gotten worse from then on, I used to be tolerable in public, now look at me.

I'm fairly certain bullies have tried to teach you how to be better to be in one room/hallway/section/playground/school with. now, if you ever feel bullied on here.. know they're most likely trying to teach you how to be better to be on one message board with.

Whiplash
02-05-2007, 09:13 AM
I think almost everybody had a time in there life where they were picked on, i know i did. Two years straight, I used to be a tiny kid. But then a started to grow and work out more, Now ussually has one has the guts to pick on me.:p