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originally posted by: hounddoghowlie
i chose the board because, no matter who was swinging it. it was nothing compared to the hell that would rain down on me if my folks had to come pick me up from dentition, or being suspended. and back then they didn't call your folks every time you got licks, you just got them.
i will say this, there was a couple of them that prided themselves on how high they could lift your feet when they swatted that ass.
originally posted by: Pinke
I'm open to be wrong about this one, but some things I find confusing:
* I remember my uncles talking to me about smashing people with crow bars and getting in street fights
originally posted by: jacobe001
There were fights after school and there were fights outside of bars where people duked it out and in many cases became friends later from mutual respect.
originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: Spider879
The strong must never strike the weak.
The strong may strike the strong, the weak may strike the weak, and the weak may attempt to strike the strong. But for a person in a position of power to strike a person who has none of their own is contemptible.