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2012-07-08 11:35:21 PM
There are some old farts in San Antnio that need to pull a Billy Madison
 
2012-07-09 12:01:16 AM
But of course the original bullying will go unpunished... damn bullies, they always pull the Eddie Haskall and get away with it...
 
2012-07-09 12:22:33 AM
Jesus. Look at the pain in this guy's eyes. Harassed in school, now the state will fark him up more.

No hero's in this story. Just sad.
 
2012-07-09 12:36:31 AM
'taint no cure for crazy.
 
2012-07-09 01:36:40 AM
I wonder why he's on oxygen at 38 yrs old.
 
2012-07-09 01:38:18 AM
Also, I was bullied pretty bad, but I didn't want to kill anyone. I just wanted to get the fark out of high school.
 
2012-07-09 01:48:29 AM
I love how those that harassed me in school are so moral and easily offended now. I see this from friends of friends on facebook.

/One of them even pulled the ethnic insensitivity card because I refused to be outraged over at the Apple employee who wouldn't sell the girl electronics to ship back to Iran. I said it is kinda dumb but it's a law and stated on Apple's website as a policy. And the best course of action would be to change the law, not get angry at the employee. So, I'm a farken racist because of that. Yes, he mentioned her country and race after it, it got that dumb.

I'm sure he doesn't remember the ethnic remarks to me, many years ago.
 
2012-07-09 01:50:20 AM

Godscrack: Jesus. Look at the pain in this guy's eyes. Harassed in school, now the state will fark him up more.

No hero's in this story. Just sad.


Came to note the sad eyes. Wonder what his fark handle is...
 
2012-07-09 01:50:57 AM
He's got nothing on this guy...
 
2012-07-09 02:14:32 AM
Have you ever considered moving on with your life? Dork.
 
2012-07-09 02:16:57 AM
Also yeah, -1. Or maybe subby sticks the hero tag on all wannabe mass murderers. Subby is a dork too. HA HA.
 
2012-07-09 02:18:03 AM
That's a long damn time to hold a grudge.
 
2012-07-09 03:09:43 AM

Makh: I love how those that harassed me in school are so moral and easily offended now. I see this from friends of friends on facebook.

/One of them even pulled the ethnic insensitivity card because I refused to be outraged over at the Apple employee who wouldn't sell the girl electronics to ship back to Iran. I said it is kinda dumb but it's a law and stated on Apple's website as a policy. And the best course of action would be to change the law, not get angry at the employee. So, I'm a farken racist because of that. Yes, he mentioned her country and race after it, it got that dumb.

I'm sure he doesn't remember the ethnic remarks to me, many years ago.


Cool story. I'm sure you'll stick it to 'em on Facebook any day now.
 
2012-07-09 03:11:28 AM
That's pretty sad. 20 years is a long time to hold on to that kind of anger.
 
2012-07-09 03:14:52 AM
This is why the reboot of Carrie will never get made. That, and the fact that even the technical capabilities of Industrial Light and Magic cannot capture the majesty of William Katt's jewfro.
 
2012-07-09 03:18:53 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: That's pretty sad. 20 years is a long time to hold on to that kind of anger.


I take it you weren't a chronic bullying victim in the awkward years?
 
2012-07-09 03:19:13 AM
That's no way to get your $600,000.
 
2012-07-09 03:19:21 AM
Sad, sad, situation. No winners here. I do wonder how much he was truly bullied and how much it has blown up in his own mind over the last 20 years. Some people make their own victimhood their own 'big fish' story. It gets worse every time they retell it and they even believe the exaggerated version of it themselves.

He does look like he's had a hard life.
 
2012-07-09 03:19:37 AM
He'll get over it.
 
2012-07-09 03:20:46 AM
I dealt with bullies in high school as well. I've already had my revenge on most of them. Getting the hell out of that town earlier than most of them was revenge enough. Not moving back, even more so.

It must suck wanting to live in a small town with no economy to speak of, a very corrupt city government, bad weather and it's a stopping point for most of the Twitards on the way to Forks.
 
2012-07-09 03:21:41 AM
Is the hero tag for the police? Not sure I get it.
 
2012-07-09 03:22:04 AM

MadCat221: AverageAmericanGuy: That's pretty sad. 20 years is a long time to hold on to that kind of anger.

I take it you weren't a chronic bullying victim in the awkward years?


Sometimes it's the bullies themselves who are hurt most of all.

:'-(
 
2012-07-09 03:22:10 AM
Everybody gets bullied. I've been bullied. The thing is you either stand up for yourself or you become someones biatch. That is life. It doesn't matter if you're wimpy looking or monstorous. Quit being a pussy and take care of your business.
 
2012-07-09 03:22:53 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: That's pretty sad. 20 years is a long time to hold on to that kind of anger.


Lionel Mandrake: That's a long damn time to hold a grudge.


Fark with people enough during their socially formative years and that's what happens. Recognizing that is an important step to realizing why bullying isn't just "boys being boys" or something that "everyone goes through". While the goodhearted ribbing that goes on between friends is often bond-building, there's always an Officer Farva that sees it, doesn't understand it, picks a target and then goes too far. Sometimes there's more than one of that type. Then you end up with guys like this 20 years later who are still so on edge because of it all that a class reunion makes them completely lose it in public, on Facebook, and make threats like that. Obviously, this was not a well balanced person, and at least part of the reason why is pretty easily traced back to experiences in his socially formative years.

/They're probably all d-bags, but having some d-bags turn other d-bags into potential mass murderers isn't cool.
 
2012-07-09 03:23:23 AM
a little counseling could go a long way for some folks. geez, drop a dime, schedule a visit.
 
2012-07-09 03:24:10 AM
yeah what would the sons of anarchy do?
 
2012-07-09 03:24:18 AM
first thing i thought of.

cdn.chud.com
 
2012-07-09 03:25:12 AM
Also, you either die or you live long enough to see yourself become the villian -
Walter White.. I mean Joker said that
 
2012-07-09 03:25:30 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: MadCat221: AverageAmericanGuy: That's pretty sad. 20 years is a long time to hold on to that kind of anger.

I take it you weren't a chronic bullying victim in the awkward years?

Sometimes it's the bullies themselves who are hurt most of all.

:'-(


My empathy for them is a proverbial stump that they themselves cauterized.
 
2012-07-09 03:27:41 AM
The fact that he wrote these attention-getting threats on the Facebook page so he "wouldn't get bullied at the reunion" suggests that he's never had any idea how to deal with situations, and probably brought a lot of the bullying on himself.

It's unfortunate that he was bullied, and it's never okay to bully someone. On the other hand, it's obvious this guy has more than a few screws loose.
 
2012-07-09 03:28:32 AM
fark you and your "trauma".

Who DIDN'T get farked with in high school for some damn reason?

BOO farking HOOOOOO....


No wonder he was picked on in high school.
 
2012-07-09 03:28:52 AM
I bullied the shiat out of this kid when I was younger and I feel pretty bad about it. Writing him on Facebook seems so corny though
 
2012-07-09 03:30:02 AM
Wouldnt shock me if subby is the psychotic dude in the article
 
2012-07-09 03:30:04 AM

MadCat221: AverageAmericanGuy: That's pretty sad. 20 years is a long time to hold on to that kind of anger.

I take it you weren't a chronic bullying victim in the awkward years?


I was.

I don't even remember the names of the people involved, and it's only been 13 years.

Living well is the best revenge. Not because you get to rub anybody's nose in it, but because, well, you stop giving a shiat. There's other stuff to do.

If I thought of High School as my "glory years" well, that'd be something else. I'd probably feel bitter about somebody who "ruined" them. But I feel pretty sorry for anybody who peaked in HS.
 
2012-07-09 03:30:16 AM
This is pretty sad trolling.
 
2012-07-09 03:31:07 AM
When I was 16, I remember being pissed off about something, so I beat a kid up. He was kinda the school punching bag already, and he wasn't helping matters - that particular day, he was bragging that he was wearing a cup, so no one could hurt him. he was actually telling people to kick him in the balls. So instead I went for his stomach, and caught him in the jaw as he crumbled forward, knocking him off his feet backwards. He was already crying before he go up, and just kept asking why I'd hit him, which I had no answer for, really. I later found out it was his 18th birthday.

So even though there had to be two dozen other guys in my class that had done the same thing, the whole thing bothered me for years. I eventually ran into him at a bar 5 years after graduation on one of my rar visits back to that part of the world, and was drunk enough to issue like a 20 minute apology. He had been beaten up so many times that he apparently genuinely didn't remember the particular time I was apologizing for, but seemed to appreciate it.
 
2012-07-09 03:31:39 AM

CraicBaby: I wonder why he's on oxygen at 38 yrs old.


A bully made him wear that.
 
2012-07-09 03:32:29 AM
It's normal to hold grudges like this one if something really affected you very badly due to someone's or a group's abuse. Imagine being bullied everyday and you couldn't do a thing. Why can't you do a thing? You're alone. They're more powerful than you. They have connections in almost every place you go to. The moment you fight back, they just bully you more. Nobody would help you because they fear of becoming the next target. For some god damn reason your life became one of that a living target, and worst of all, you never even did anything wrong to them except to have been born.

I don't think anyone who doesn't think of revenge or feel anger after being treated so horribly for so many years is a normal person. You feel anger because they hurt you for no other reason than to have someone to hurt. You want revenge because you never did anything wrong to them, yet they always have done bad stuff to you just for fun.

You probably must be some kind of holy person if you could ignore all of the crap that they've done to you and let it all just slide. I guess some people use morals as an excuse to not admit that they feel angry or they want revenge. They want to think that they are "better than them" for not acting upon what they truly think about. Unfortunately, they are lying to themselves, and using morals as their limiter is just another facet of their lack of self-respect and dignity.

This man has pride despite being beaten down repeatedly. Although he can't really do anything, he still has that fighting spirit. He can't physically do anything to his bullies, but his last act of defiance, his last sign that he is still a human being, is that he still has the will to fight back. Once that will is gone, then he truly is a defeated man. This guy has a strong spirit.
 
2012-07-09 03:33:12 AM
Sissy dude looks ROUGH for 38!
 
2012-07-09 03:34:15 AM
Violentsalvation

Have you ever considered moving on with your life? Dork.

Worked in psychology for years. It ain't that frikkin easy for a lot of bullied kids to 'move on' after they've spent about 6 years being picked on, humiliated, emasculated, made a fool of, beaten up, treated like shiat and had their self confidence eaten away bit by bit. At that sensitive age, they're picked on in front of girls (so the bullies can show the chicks how tough and manly they are) which is basically the same as cutting their nuts off.

I've known kids with major I.Q.'s be reduced to trembling, insecure shells, questioning their own intelligence, all because they could not physically fight back. They went on to become neurotics, minimum wage workers, failures at relationships KNOWING they were smarter than the average boss, but doubtful and afraid to use their intelligence.

Convinced they would fail, they never strove to achieve what they really could.

Conversely, I've known high school thugs make it big and into high pay jobs simply because they have high confidence and consider pushing people around to get their own way as natural. Yet they weren't very bright.

I figure most of you have worked for one of these guys at one time or another. He's the boss that threatens to beat your arse, to fire you and after ordering you to do something that screws up, tosses you to the company wolves to protect himself.

I had a boss like that. However, being smarter, before I left the company I arranged for him to have to pay for about $10,000 in equipment repairs that I wrecked, making it look like equipment failure or improper maintenance. I was smart enough to find out that he was responsible for paying for certain types of equipment damage.

I mean, we idolize sports figures with bad attitudes, who have no problem punching out anyone who disagrees with them -- but no one ever considers the lives they wrecked along their climb to fame.
 
2012-07-09 03:34:28 AM

Danger Avoid Death: CraicBaby: I wonder why he's on oxygen at 38 yrs old.

A bully made him wear that.


LFAO!!
 
2012-07-09 03:34:43 AM

McBatt: When I was 16, I remember being pissed off about something, so I beat a kid up. He was kinda the school punching bag already, and he wasn't helping matters - that particular day, he was bragging that he was wearing a cup, so no one could hurt him. he was actually telling people to kick him in the balls. So instead I went for his stomach, and caught him in the jaw as he crumbled forward, knocking him off his feet backwards. He was already crying before he go up, and just kept asking why I'd hit him, which I had no answer for, really. I later found out it was his 18th birthday.

So even though there had to be two dozen other guys in my class that had done the same thing, the whole thing bothered me for years. I eventually ran into him at a bar 5 years after graduation on one of my rar visits back to that part of the world, and was drunk enough to issue like a 20 minute apology. He had been beaten up so many times that he apparently genuinely didn't remember the particular time I was apologizing for, but seemed to appreciate it.


Okay so you weren't a sociopath asshole but just a temporary one. Glad you got a chance to apologize.
 
2012-07-09 03:35:27 AM

GreenSun: It's normal to hold grudges like this one if something really affected you very badly due to someone's or a group's abuse. Imagine being bullied everyday and you couldn't do a thing. Why can't you do a thing? You're alone. They're more powerful than you. They have connections in almost every place you go to. The moment you fight back, they just bully you more. Nobody would help you because they fear of becoming the next target. For some god damn reason your life became one of that a living target, and worst of all, you never even did anything wrong to them except to have been born.

I don't think anyone who doesn't think of revenge or feel anger after being treated so horribly for so many years is a normal person. You feel anger because they hurt you for no other reason than to have someone to hurt. You want revenge because you never did anything wrong to them, yet they always have done bad stuff to you just for fun.

You probably must be some kind of holy person if you could ignore all of the crap that they've done to you and let it all just slide. I guess some people use morals as an excuse to not admit that they feel angry or they want revenge. They want to think that they are "better than them" for not acting upon what they truly think about. Unfortunately, they are lying to themselves, and using morals as their limiter is just another facet of their lack of self-respect and dignity.

This man has pride despite being beaten down repeatedly. Although he can't really do anything, he still has that fighting spirit. He can't physically do anything to his bullies, but his last act of defiance, his last sign that he is still a human being, is that he still has the will to fight back. Once that will is gone, then he truly is a defeated man. This guy has a strong spirit.


6/10. You're no Pocketninja.
 
2012-07-09 03:36:50 AM
Dude could have resolved it in therapy or with drugs or both. While I believe there is Get Over It Pussy bullying (shoving in halls, name calling, spitballs, etc) and Real Bullying (constant torment, daily beatings, etc), none of it really warrants throwing your own life away for. What is the best revenge, but a happy, successful life? Not getting better is letting the bullies win and proving them right.
 
2012-07-09 03:37:16 AM

ontariolightning: What kind of dick head punches people for no reason?


We call them "cops".
 
2012-07-09 03:39:36 AM

GreenSun: This man has pride despite being beaten down repeatedly. Although he can't really do anything, he still has that fighting spirit. He can't physically do anything to his bullies, but his last act of defiance, his last sign that he is still a human being, is that he still has the will to fight back. Once that will is gone, then he truly is a defeated man. This guy has a strong spirit.


I disagree. I think that it takes strength to take anger and transmute it into something else, something positive. It takes strength to realize people treated you badly, realize they made you feel like garbage, and also realize that THEY WEREN'T RIGHT ABOUT IT.

This guy? He's wallowed in his own misery and self-loathing for twenty years. That's not pride, that's masochism.
 
2012-07-09 03:42:05 AM
Attention! All victims of child abuse and rape, you no longer have the right to claim that it affects you after twenty years. Basically, stuff happens and you should get over it. If you were mentally tortured and abused by people your own age during the most formative years of your life, then you have no right to act as if that affected every other relationships and incident of your life.

People have no right to hold grudges, no matter the level of abuse.

Or at least, this is what I'm left to believe from this bullying thread.
 
2012-07-09 03:42:31 AM
I take far sweeter revenge on the people who bullied me in high school.

I just don't tip them when they deliver my pizza.

/that actually happened.
//more satisfying than you know.
 
2012-07-09 03:43:58 AM

dv-ous: 6/10. You're no Pocketninja.


Unfair. No one is PocketNinja. Hell, I don't even believe PocketNinja is PocketNinja.

/PocketNinja, PocketNinja
//If I say it five times, do they appear and lambaste me with eloquence and loquaciousness?
 
2012-07-09 03:44:10 AM
he hates bullies because they're free.

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