posted on Apr, 27 2005 @ 08:14 AM
I'd say it means that there is a breaking point to amount of bullcrap anyone will take and if you intend to badger the hell outta someobody, you
better damn well know what that point is or have a bat of your own.
In today's world, most schools teach socialization and council kids on self asteem and confidence. The result is a departure from the bullied
student of yester year who just took it and went home feeling like crap. He had no self asteem nor did he feel like he was above the torture he took.
These days, every child is conditioned to feel like they deserve certain respect and liberties and when someone tries to wrongfully take that away, it
gets violent because lets face it, when left with no option and no authority, thats all that thats left. Now, we need to begin to let the would be
bullys know this because for some reason, they don't seem to get it until its too damn late and they are either taking a lick to the head or staring
down the wrong end of a gun.
yeah, my point sounds unthinkable and too brutal and maybe even offensive but the emotion aspect doesn't seem to be changing the reality of the
situtation. Its all well and good to tell someone they cannot carry things to this extreme just because they are being picked on but its another to
actually control the situation all across the country.
It is a sign of the times. A sign that each individual now think they deserve human treatment and are seemingly more than prepared to enforce that.
My advice is, if your don't like someone, leave them the hell alone. People will dance around this for another couple decades until they finally
have to accept the fact that bullys are being put of of business the hard way. The cure is, of course that kids begin to be civil to one another no
matter the differences.
The alternative is not good for either side but its apparent to me that now days kids would rather kill and die than take a lifetime of crap from some
smartass bully. Whether we can blame them for it or not is irellivant as is how we feel about it. Its the reality and we can teach our kids to
either learn to interact without using the weak to build themselves up or we go on waiting for the terrible call to come in.