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Teenage boy killed in school 'Fight Club'

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posted on Feb, 26 2009 @ 02:58 AM
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you think this is because of a stupid movie all of you must be insane in the membrain look at the situation you think that a movie shows kids killing kid these boys were just fighting like nomal kid no one can say they have never been in a fight because they would be lying ok true that this went to far but to say this fight was caused by games thats a load of crap you should be blaming you self for not raising your kids right back in the iron ages kids heard stories about death and were told it was glorious but they did not go around killing other kids




posted on Feb, 26 2009 @ 03:26 AM
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Originally posted by Maxmars
There is no measure by which this can be a good thing.
[edit on 25-2-2009 by Maxmars]


I'll give you a reason this is a good thing.. another idiot dead. May the smarter kids in the group learn from his mistake.. if not, by all means, let it happen again..



posted on Feb, 26 2009 @ 07:25 AM
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Don't you see that education is not the answer ?

As an ex "school kid" myself, more education makes things boring.

When kid's are bored, they tend to look for alternate answers. Hence this "fight club"

You have to stop thinking like an adult and think like a kid. That's the problem these days. All these "experts" who know what's best. Well dammit to start off with, their 70 bloody years old and apart of a different generation. Things have changed since then! Old methods don't work with the new. It's like an 8 track expert trying to teach about ipods.

If you want to solve the problem, channel the testosterone into a hobby or a sport. Not bloody education.

The only thing that would probably work in terms of education is shock and awe. A media presentation of some sort from people who've had life turning events happen or graphic images that show repercussions of choices. But I guess that will never happen because of all the PANSY parents these days. Trying to shelter their kids from all the "bad things" in the world. And then when their kids are exposed to something like this, a fight club, and their kid dies because they've never encountered anything such as this, their there asking "where did I go wrong".

Harden the hell up and set your kids straight. Don't listen to old farts. Listen to your kids. Talk to them. Open up. They're the ones your protecting. Not some perverted "expert" that gets a paycheck for feeding your ear's poison.



posted on Feb, 26 2009 @ 09:37 AM
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Originally posted by Maxmars
It's funny though. I thought if kids were interested in fighting they would look to a person who could train them, like a teacher or instructor, I thought there were youth centers, gyms, church organizations, boxing clubs, dojos, and such - that kids look to for a way to use learn fighting skills as a form of martial discipline.

Instead we have kids gathering clandestinely, and maintaining a conspiratorial air, as if that were somehow 'natural' for kids to do. Granted - in a commercial world where everything costs money I can see kids avoiding such things, but the group dynamic to conceal the event seems telling of a different perspective on the 'club'.

A young boy is dead. There is no measure by which this can be a good thing.

[edit on 25-2-2009 by Maxmars]


Uhm, yes, kids always tell their parents everything, and if they dont tell them they tell their teachers. When confronted with something they dont know they never attempt to find out about it themselves and always run home to their parents for instruction. They despise unorganized activities, and want their time to be spent in maximum productivity, preferably with a clear set of rules, never to be challenged...


Uhm... you *have* at least seen a kid or 2 in your life have you?



posted on Feb, 27 2009 @ 11:05 AM
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