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#96 - happygrowman
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ahh public humilation. for when you fail so hard at parenting that you have to degrade your 10 year old son by making him hold signs or putting a leash on him when you go to walmart.
ahh public humilation. for when you fail so hard at parenting that you have to degrade your 10 year old son by making him hold signs or putting a leash on him when you go to walmart.
User avatar #134 to #96 - alphawolffifteen
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Right...because a woman felt so bad for herself that she put a sign specifically meant to punish bullying on her son. She obviously was not punishing him for anything.
User avatar #139 to #134 - happygrowman
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you punish your children by humilating them in public? way to go. proud to me `merican.
User avatar #143 to #139 - alphawolffifteen
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Well bullying isn't something to be taken lightly. You don't know what the kid did...for all you know he could have been bullying a little kid for a couple of years. He could have beaten someone up and taken their lunch. That's thievery and assault. Perhaps she doesn't want to raise a future criminal.
User avatar #147 to #143 - happygrowman
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you ultracrepidarian dumb piece of ****, im not questioning the fact that the child did something wrong. im saying this is not the way to discipline your children.
#88 - pebar
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It's called sandwich board justice if anyone cares.
There have been a few cases where... odd judges... have have criminals do stuff like this for their punishment.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_v._Gementera
for example. Some could argue it's cruel and unusual punishment but the form of punishment has been upheld in appeals. But it's not exactly unusual since public humiliation has been a form punishment since the dark ages, probably even further back...

pic unrelated, just spreading the message
#129 to #88 - julpiter
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no offense but you should have posted this somewhere relevant like the politics board or somewhere like that, here on post where it's only tangentially(the whole protect the children thing) related you're going to get thumbed down
#131 to #129 - pebar
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Gun control is a very serious debate right now so just getting the information out there every once in a while would help. A few red thumbs won't hurt.
Gun control is a very serious debate right now so just getting the information out there every once in a while would help. A few red thumbs won't hurt.
#132 to #131 - julpiter
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people aren't going to take you or you're issue seriously if you try and bring it up where it isn't relevant
User avatar #97 to #88 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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Public lynching was common practice back then too.

But you're right, this kind of punishment is anything but cruel.
#102 to #97 - pebar
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Public executions were more for the people's entertainment and not so much for punishment.
Think more like pillories...
#91 to #88 - anon id: c6e760f8
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Quit spreading the message. This isn't a political place. Half the people here are too young to even own a gun.
User avatar #94 to #91 - pebar
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18 to own a gun
18 to sign up to FJ
I know people lie but still... Even if it's only half, that's plenty.
#100 to #94 - fornicatio
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yeah you have to be 18 to own a gun, but you can get licensed to use one at 11.   
   
>gif unrelated
yeah you have to be 18 to own a gun, but you can get licensed to use one at 11.

>gif unrelated
#84 - thebestofmurder
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Seriously? You guys are going to fight over THIS!? Here I thought you stupid bastards had some class.
Seriously? You guys are going to fight over THIS!? Here I thought you stupid bastards had some class.
#93 to #84 - waffies
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you're the one who just walked into the middle of a debate and called everyone a stupid bastard!
you're the one who just walked into the middle of a debate and called everyone a stupid bastard!
#83 - anon id: 726535a2
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isn't the fact that he has been a bully in school a sign of her bad parenting anyway? Not that I'm completely ignoring the fact that other kids could influence him as well, but still.
#82 - sinisterainbow
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SPANK YOUR KIDS!
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User avatar #126 to #74 - mtflyer
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I smoked pot and watched porn and got caught, and this is my punishment.
User avatar #85 to #74 - thelegitmetalhead
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Too small, can't read.
User avatar #92 to #85 - waffies
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"I smoked pot and _____ ______ and got caught and this is my punishment"

Those worlds could very easily be "Worla Pork", but if they were easy to read i would have put them in my first sentence :/
User avatar #136 to #92 - tenthdivine
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"Worla Pork" Oh my god my sides
User avatar #98 to #92 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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watched porn, probably
#101 to #98 - waffies
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hell of a lot more likely!
hell of a lot more likely!
#69 - anon id: 3792727f
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Can we be done with these? It was kinda funny at first but now they're just annoying and unoriginal.
User avatar #64 - modernclassmusic
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okay, am i the only one that noticed, the "shame on me" and "bully" are actually written out, but then the "for being a" is in ******* Comic Sans? Whyat the ****?
User avatar #99 to #64 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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I think the middle line is smaller and a different color because it makes the first and third lines stand out more.
#86 to #64 - thelegitmetalhead
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#59 - derpderpurface
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DO NOT WANT
User avatar #57 - arstya
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How about you spank the little bastard so he learns not to do it instead of shaming him and probably making him be bullied later too?
User avatar #123 to #57 - abesimpson
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It's only effective to strike (and by that I mean just a small slap, and just ONE!) when the kid is being a douche in the moment (for example, throwing a tantrum) that way he doesn´t do that kind of ****, but not out of fear, but as some kind of pavlovian effect. But if the kid is just a douche in general (like in this case), what´s the point spanking him for having a ****** personality?
#95 to #57 - corruptdog
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User avatar #60 to #57 - raynagrimm
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karma
User avatar #117 to #60 - abesimpson
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but... but... if the kid is one of those bullies that hit other kids, wouldn't it be karma that he too gets a spanking?
#135 to #117 - raynagrimm
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maybe, but what if the reason he bullies is cause he is abused by his father or something like that?
do really think more physical abuse will change that?
as far as the kid knows, he is just getting spanked cause its part of his daily routine, not cause he did something wrong at school. then he goes to school the next day and bullies some kid again because he got spanked at home for bulling kids at school.

not saying this is always the case as some kids only need to be spanked once, but would you really want to spank your kid?

#55 - tomowrath
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I hate when the term "Bullying" is used.
Schools, moms, teachers have all change it from being a dick to someone every single day of their life to
"Your son called my son a fag 2 weeks ago, Im filing harassment charges, bullying reports, and assault"
User avatar #104 to #55 - shoryuken
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yes, thumbs up
#81 to #55 - jinkazama
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Yes, it's ok because it happened before. I don't get why more people aren't like us. I mean, what's wrong with world war 2. Clearly it wasn't the germans fault since there was a world war 1
#53 - GiantGrapes
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#52 - anon id: c0b616e2
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Maybe he's a bully because his mom is a psycho bitch.
#47 - makeitasyougo
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seeing a lot of hate on this site about the mother doing this and i really cant understand why. let me lay it out for you: first, this is probably not the kids first time in "trouble" as a bully, second this isn't anywhere near as bad as getting expelled from schools or juvenile detention, which recent laws against bullying do allow, third, and probably most importantly, this is about as painful as corporal punishment without being physically damaging to the child so you pacifags cant really complain about it, as i said its more than likely not his first time called out as a bully and talking to him obviously didn't work, and last, bullying is more than physically demeaning someone it also embarrasses them so this is a highly effective way to show the harm he caused

TL;DR pacifags need to learn how to dicipline
#54 to #47 - makeitasyougo
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inb4 jumping on he deserved it bandwagon, i think bullying is a natural occurrence and shouldn't be monitored as severely as it is, if you are the subject of bullying either take action against it or continue to be the victim, i have no sympathy for the bullied.. i myself was bullied from Kindergarten -8th grade until i stood up for myself and after that noone bothered me again, its not hard, they rule by intimidation because their "victims" allow them. those that allow them to win are just as bad as the bullies themselves because they show absolutely no resolve to better their current standing in the social order, which will be dominate in most developing humans lives until near adult hood
User avatar #70 to #54 - HarvietheDinkle
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while we're talking ethics here:

you shouldn't have to stand up for yourself because the bullying shouldn't be happening in the first place.

That's why I do feel sympathy for the bullied. Regardless of the practicality, even if they don't do anything they still deserve their bit of justice.
User avatar #111 to #70 - chezburgadominator
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What I hate, is in school if a bully starts a fight, and the child defends himself, both people are in trouble for fighting to begin with. School policy teaches children to sit there and take the beating then go to a teacher who should(and might not even) handle the situation.
User avatar #114 to #111 - HarvietheDinkle
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I'm not saying the child doesn't have a right to defend themselves. They certainly do.

However, they also have a right to not defend themselves, if they so choose.
#73 to #70 - makeitasyougo
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bullying has been going on for generations and look at how well they turned out, we're pacifying children to be mindless drones who cant stand up for what they believe is right, something to be molded by society into whatever they deem fit for their new toy. a bullies little slice of justice is the wimpy beta kid showing him up in front of all his friends. thats how you hurt a bully, you take his power away, bullies exist in all aspects of life, not just in lower education facilities, if you dont learn early how to deal with them properly, you're gonna have a bad time in the real world
User avatar #76 to #73 - HarvietheDinkle
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You see, we're talking two things here.

You're talking real-world practicality.

I'm talking about a utopian situation.
#77 to #76 - makeitasyougo
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my apologies i tend to get rather emphatic about things... yes in a utopian situation you are indeed correct and i concede
User avatar #78 to #77 - HarvietheDinkle
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It's all fine.

but yay

Have a good one!
#48 to #47 - makeitasyougo
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inb4 discipline
#41 - kernelstack
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If PETA sees this...
#34 - bigmitchninetyfive
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*fixed
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You deserve an award for your superior editing skills.
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User avatar #105 to #33 - pokemonstheshiz
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Physical punishment is not effective. Just because it worked in your scenario does not mean it holds true. I was only spanked once in my life, my parents normally just talked to me/grounded me, and it worked. In general, physical punishment only teaches children to not do the action when their parents are around, it doesn't embed the desired behavior.
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User avatar #161 to #149 - pokemonstheshiz
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"Our generation was so much better than the new generation" - every generation

There are plenty of good kids now, there were plenty of assholes then. And even if they were truly worse, there are quite a ton of other factors at play here.
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#90 to #33 - BigDoktor
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“I really think it’s crazy that we hit our kids. Here’s the crazy part about it; kids are the only people in the world that you’re allowed to hit. Do you realize that? They’re the most vulnerable and the most destroyed by being hit but it’s totally OK to hit them. And they’re the only ones! if you hit a dog they will put you in jail for that sh*t. You can’t hit a person unless you can prove that they were trying to kill you. But a little tiny person with a head this big who trusts you implicitly: ‘F**K ‘EM, WHO GIVES A SH*T! LET’S ALL HIT THEM!’ People want you to hit your kid. If your kid is making noise: ‘HIT HIM! HIT ‘EM!’”
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User avatar #50 to #33 - Marker
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CPS is so afraid of the possibilities nowadays that they'll take kids away from their parent for mere accidents that leave bruises. It's downright pathetic.
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#89 to #63 - BigDoktor
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The Wildcats of Science have something to say to you

http://phys.org/news173077612.html
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It doesn't say if one thing happens then the other thing will. It said the stress of the punishment leads to an increase in symptoms. Maybe you're just a badass then
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#44 to #33 - ataliania
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I'm currently pregnant and the subject of discipline was brought up. I myself probably won't spank my child, probably just a slap on the wrists as I feel spankings should be left to the dad, which is how it's going to go. I have no objections.
I'm currently pregnant and the subject of discipline was brought up. I myself probably won't spank my child, probably just a slap on the wrists as I feel spankings should be left to the dad, which is how it's going to go. I have no objections.
User avatar #107 to #44 - pokemonstheshiz
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Harsh physical punishment only teaches kids not to perform the action when you're around, it does not embed the behavior as a moral. Light physical punishment can be alright, just be careful not to overdo it
User avatar #106 to #44 - CrashingSea
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actually punishment needs to be dealt out as soon as they're caught misbehaving, otherwise the child forgets what it is that they were in trouble for.
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User avatar #49 to #44 - Marker
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Strange, it was the other way around when I was little. My mother would spank me (although very rarely), and my father would slap the back of my hands pretty damn hard.
#38 to #33 - makeitasyougo
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YOU
i like you
#87 to #38 - thelegitmetalhead
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I think this gif may be helpful to you in the future. Use it wisely.
I think this gif may be helpful to you in the future. Use it wisely.
#35 to #33 - anon id: e5cde98d
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Your an idiot....
#37 to #35 - anon id: b94d2e49
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No, you're an idiot!
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#30 - mankey
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#144 to #30 - THEPEANUT
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well well, look who it is
User avatar #58 to #30 - tomowrath
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And of course I go to jail for trying to stop bullies.....
**** the government
User avatar #32 to #30 - emppilaf [OP]
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Could work....
User avatar #27 - fedegon
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People are seriously calling this "cruel" by the mother's part?
Physical punishment is too much in most cases, and just telling the kid that it's wrong doesn't have any effect. Public humiliation will stay deep in the memory of the kid, while imprinting that he deserved the punishment, while in the future it will be just a shameful memory with no impact on him.

TL;DR: I like her style.
User avatar #28 to #27 - emppilaf [OP]
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Exactly....
This guy understands....
It would have been cruel if she was hitting the kid..
Sorry if no one here has ever been beat, but I live is east KY.
When I was younger and got into trouble I got a belt....
Now I live with my grandparents because me and my dad got into one to many fist fights....
User avatar #29 to #28 - fedegon
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Sorry to hear about that...
I hope it's all good now.
User avatar #31 to #29 - emppilaf [OP]
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Yeah man for sure...
I'm in Tech school living with my grandparents until I can get a job..
Bettering myself so I can look back at that asshole and laugh because he never made it past the 8h grade and broke himself mining, just to be cut loose when he broke down...
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