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2013-05-23 07:52:19 PM
HOUSTON - A grandmother is in serious trouble with the law after police say she beat up a 13-year-old boy. According to documents, the 54-year-old claimed the boy was bullying her grandson.

Not exactly an old grandma. Andmost likely was 41 years old when their kid had a kid. What's the over/under on when the grandson will pop out his first Junior? 5 years?
 
2013-05-23 09:06:01 PM
Good.
 
2013-05-23 09:06:34 PM
Wow, beat up by a 54 year old woman. That kid is going to be popular
 
2013-05-23 09:09:48 PM

Willie: "You know, I think I've turned a corner."


Marcus: "Yeah? You farking petites now?"


Willie: "No, I'm not talking about that. I beat the shiat out of some kids today. But it was for a purpose. It made me feel good about myself. It was like I did something constructive with my life or something, I dunno, like I accomplished something."


Marcus: "You need many years of therapy. Many, many farkin' years of therapy."


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2013-05-23 09:09:58 PM

bdub77: HOUSTON - A grandmother is in serious trouble with the law after police say she beat up a 13-year-old boy. According to documents, the 54-year-old claimed the boy was bullying her grandson.

Not exactly an old grandma. Andmost likely was 41 years old when their kid had a kid. What's the over/under on when the grandson will pop out his first Junior? 5 years?


Houston? Next year.
 
2013-05-23 09:10:50 PM

bdub77: What's the over/under on when the grandson will pop out his first Junior?


Uhhh... I don't think boys work that way.
 
2013-05-23 09:10:51 PM
Meh. If kids are being sadistic towards others. Adults should be able to correct the situation.

all some folks understand is a fist in the mouth.
if I saw a kid pushing around my grandson I would do the same damn thing.

remember bullies. Some folks do have back up
 
2013-05-23 09:15:45 PM
Wish I'd had this woman for MY grandma as a child.
I got bullied a lot, and all my folks did was tell me to 'ignore it'.
Either that, or tell me that I'd 'brought it on myself' and therefore deserved it.

Do you know how hard it is to keep a straight face when some biatch is pulling your hair out by the roots and another one is kicking the shiat out of your legs?

/ sorry...think this story musta hit a nerve.
 
2013-05-23 09:17:05 PM

syzygy whizz: Wish I'd had this woman for MY grandma as a child.
I got bullied a lot, and all my folks did was tell me to 'ignore it'.
Either that, or tell me that I'd 'brought it on myself' and therefore deserved it.

Do you know how hard it is to keep a straight face when some biatch is pulling your hair out by the roots and another one is kicking the shiat out of your legs?

/ sorry...think this story musta hit a nerve.


Yeah. She sounds like the type of Grandma that would slap you and tell you to be a man. I imagine a Grandma like that would have done you a world of good.
 
2013-05-23 09:26:16 PM
The most ghetto article I have read all year.
 
2013-05-23 09:29:41 PM
I would have hauled ass if I saw this coming at me:
 
2013-05-23 09:31:09 PM
This has always been a vague fear of mine. I have three young kids. If they get bullied and come to me for help, I can 1) approach the parents, 2) approach the school, 3) maybe talk to the cops, and if that doesn't work...then what? I can't beat up a kid or his parents. (I mean, I could, but not interested in the legal complications...)

I grew up on the wrong side of a small town on a Montana Indian reservation. It was surprisingly ghetto. Maybe the bullying I'm envisioning doesn't happen in the "civilized" world...
 
2013-05-23 09:38:20 PM

PC LOAD LETTER: The most ghetto article I have read all year.


no shiat
 
2013-05-23 09:44:31 PM

Fuggin Bizzy: This has always been a vague fear of mine. I have three young kids. If they get bullied and come to me for help, I can 1) approach the parents, 2) approach the school, 3) maybe talk to the cops, and if that doesn't work...then what? I can't beat up a kid or his parents. (I mean, I could, but not interested in the legal complications...)

I grew up on the wrong side of a small town on a Montana Indian reservation. It was surprisingly ghetto. Maybe the bullying I'm envisioning doesn't happen in the "civilized" world...


I'm right with you on that. Middle school was a 2-year nightmare from which there was no way  to
wake up. I was geeky and gangly and had no boobs to speak of. I was also a dyed in thewool
tomboy who wore her heart on her sleeve. I didn't know how to hide it when I liked someone and
inevitably, they NEVER reciprocated the crush.

Sad-but-true story time...

It was December of my 8th grade year, just before winter break. We were all sitting at lunch  when
the principal came in to announce who had been elected the king and queen of theupcoming
winter dance.

The king was, predictably, the most popular guy in school. I was talking with some friends at  the
lunch table when I heard my name announced. Turns out that people thought it wouldbe great fun
to elect me as queen and then sit back and watch the fireworks. Remember theguy who was
elected as king? Yeah, well as soon as my name was announced as queen, heloudly and publicly
renounced his kingship.

Fortunately, Mother Nature took pity on the poor, awkward, socially rejected creature that  was me
and hit the DC area with a vicious blizzard over winter break that forced the cancellationof the
winter dance.

Middle school is FAR more vicious than high school, i don't care what anyone says.
 
2013-05-23 09:56:34 PM
My mom just stopped the car and told me to get out and "Take care of" the bully.  I did.  That was as far as her involvement went.
 
2013-05-23 10:14:16 PM
Dibs on the 'Anti-bully grandma' patent
 
2013-05-23 10:18:53 PM

digitalrain: Middle school is FAR more vicious than high school any other period in one's life, up to and including PMITA prison time, i don't care what anyone says.


FTFY.  Mine was a living hell.  Tall, large, smart, socially awkward, poor, wore glasses, and being raised by wolves.  My first period was a total surprise to me, and I didn't realize it until it was mortifyingly obvious.  No one told me I was supposed to shave my legs until one of the popular girls finally publicly humiliated me over it instead of keeping up the giggles and whispers.  Clothes always too small, shoes always to tight or holes in them, bad haircuts...  I was truly a target rich environment.

Add to that a terrible home life, and I can honestly say I'd probably commit suicide if I were forced to live that again.
 
2013-05-23 10:34:25 PM
The description of what happened in the article is almost as unintelligible as the quotes from the hood rats involved.
 
2013-05-23 10:38:17 PM

Benevolent Misanthrope: digitalrain: Middle school is FAR more vicious than high school any other period in one's life, up to and including PMITA prison time, i don't care what anyone says.

FTFY.  Mine was a living hell.  Tall, large, smart, socially awkward, poor, wore glasses, and being raised by wolves.  My first period was a total surprise to me, and I didn't realize it until it was mortifyingly obvious.  No one told me I was supposed to shave my legs until one of the popular girls finally publicly humiliated me over it instead of keeping up the giggles and whispers.  Clothes always too small, shoes always to tight or holes in them, bad haircuts...  I was truly a target rich environment.

Add to that a terrible home life, and I can honestly say I'd probably commit suicide if I were forced to live that again.


Yep...I know what you mean. High school was a cakewalk in comparison. Don't get me wrong, I had some
seriously low points in high school, but nothing as apt to provoke thoughts of suicide as the things that
happened in middle school.

I think I've figured out why. In middle school, you have a bunch of smallish humans who aren't
precisely kids anymore, but neither are they teenagers or adults. They are in that in-between
wasteland where they are just starting to sort out who they are and where they fit in and any
one who is different is someone to be stomped out of existence. Much like the crippled little
alien miner in Galaxy Quest.

/ I said miner, not minor!
 
2013-05-23 10:41:50 PM
Fall of 1965, first day of school waiting in line for my first ride on the school bus. Some little toe-headed dick with a crewcut starts shoving other kids and focuses on me. He comes over and begins spewing the standard bully drivel (they must take classes on this, it's still the same when they are drunken adults).

I go crying to mom, she tells me "deal with it" and closes the door on me. I walked back knowing I had no choice..mom wasn't going to let me back in and I wasn't going to go to school unless I took care of this kid.

I just walked up to him, and opened up my Batman lunchbox on the side of his head. The proceeded to jump on him and just start beating him farking bloody.

The kids mother brings him to our door later in the day. I'm hiding behind mom. She says "Your son beat up my boy!" Mom tells her "Yeah, and he'll do it again!" and slams the door on her ass. I got ice cream.

I hadn't made it to my first day of school yet and already learned one of the most important lessons in life.... You'll often be amazed at what you can do when you have no choice.

The other lesson is "Always knock a bully down if you get the chance. It's the second best feeling in the world!"

/end 48 year old csb
 
2013-05-23 10:55:01 PM

digitalrain: Benevolent Misanthrope: digitalrain: Middle school is FAR more vicious than high school any other period in one's life, up to and including PMITA prison time, i don't care what anyone says.

FTFY.  Mine was a living hell.  Tall, large, smart, socially awkward, poor, wore glasses, and being raised by wolves.  My first period was a total surprise to me, and I didn't realize it until it was mortifyingly obvious.  No one told me I was supposed to shave my legs until one of the popular girls finally publicly humiliated me over it instead of keeping up the giggles and whispers.  Clothes always too small, shoes always to tight or holes in them, bad haircuts...  I was truly a target rich environment.

Add to that a terrible home life, and I can honestly say I'd probably commit suicide if I were forced to live that again.

Yep...I know what you mean. High school was a cakewalk in comparison. Don't get me wrong, I had some
seriously low points in high school, but nothing as apt to provoke thoughts of suicide as the things that
happened in middle school.

I think I've figured out why. In middle school, you have a bunch of smallish humans who aren't
precisely kids anymore, but neither are they teenagers or adults. They are in that in-between
wasteland where they are just starting to sort out who they are and where they fit in and any
one who is different is someone to be stomped out of existence. Much like the crippled little
alien miner in Galaxy Quest.

/ I said miner, not minor!


I'm inclined to think it's also to do with emerging consciousness and a general recognition of one's powerlessness as a child. Any little bit of power they feel they have must be exercised in the most harmful possible way, in order to give them the feeling of "winning" in the adult world they're entering. A world where, by definition, they cannot win.

But that's just my opinion based on observation and self-examination. I know nothing of child psychology, I despise the little bastards.
 
2013-05-23 10:58:04 PM

Benevolent Misanthrope: digitalrain: Middle school is FAR more vicious than high school any other period in one's life, up to and including PMITA prison time, i don't care what anyone says.


This.
 
2013-05-23 11:10:17 PM

Benevolent Misanthrope: digitalrain: Middle school is FAR more vicious than high school any other period in one's life, up to and including PMITA prison time, i don't care what anyone says.

FTFY.  Mine was a living hell.  Tall, large, smart, socially awkward, poor, wore glasses, and being raised by wolves.  My first period was a total surprise to me, and I didn't realize it until it was mortifyingly obvious.  No one told me I was supposed to shave my legs until one of the popular girls finally publicly humiliated me over it instead of keeping up the giggles and whispers.  Clothes always too small, shoes always to tight or holes in them, bad haircuts...  I was truly a target rich environment.

Add to that a terrible home life, and I can honestly say I'd probably commit suicide if I were forced to live that again.


I got picked on for a little while until I lost my temper and hit a guy with everything I had in front of a class full of people. Since I had a job that involved picking up and carrying heavy things and I was tall, I had a lot of muscle and mass. Nobody ever screwed with me after that. If some kid did that today he'd probably be thrown in juvie. Ah, simpler times.
 
2013-05-24 12:38:28 AM

Benevolent Misanthrope: I can honestly say I'd probably commit suicide if I were forced to live that again.


My therapist told me basically the same thing: I was at high risk for suicide back then. I also fantasized about shooting up my school, but that didn't even make it to the planning stage. The guys that tormented me the most are, to a man, either dead or in prison today. That gives me a great deal of satisfaction, because fark those assholes.

Look at this morose motherfarker right here. Time to wander off and find a lighter thread, or maybe go pet my dog and pick my guitar a little. Life is actually pretty good these days, and I'm grateful.
 
2013-05-24 02:21:11 AM
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If the kid talks, I see a 'narc puck' in his future...
 
2013-05-24 02:33:12 AM
 
2013-05-24 10:58:38 AM
CSB 1964.  I was 12 in 7th grade and had no bullying issues with kids my own age.  A 16-year-old (in 9th grade at my junior high - he was left back twice) began to extort me for lunch money,punch me randomly, force me to steal cigarettes from my job (delivery boy for a drugstore), etc.  My boss caught me stealing the smokes one day and confronted me where I told him a 'guy outside' made me do it.   My boss went out side and one-punched the bully - gave him a broken nose!  That's when things got out of hand.

16 y.o.guy , bandaged nose and all, found me in the gym locker room after baseball practice the next day, beat the shait out of me (two black eyes, many bruises etc.) - i tried to fight back but it was boy vs. man - i had zero chance.  He then locked me in a locker and I wasn't found for over an hour when a caretaker came in to mop the floors....

I came home all messed up and my father lost it.  He made me take him over to the bully's house - the bully and his father were in the driveway - I feared my dad was going to kill the bully - but, surprise! my dad beat the crap out of the bully's father!!!  Dad then stood over the guy and said, basically, "If your kid ever messes with my kid again, I'll be back!"

The bully never bothered me again.  And. because it was 1964, no charges were laid.

Epilogue:  the caretaker reported what he saw and, after a brief investigation by the principal, the bully was expelled.  I never saw the guy again.
 
2013-05-24 01:26:07 PM

cnocnanrionnag: CSB 1964.  I was 12 in 7th grade and had no bullying issues with kids my own age.  A 16-year-old (in 9th grade at my junior high - he was left back twice) began to extort me for lunch money,punch me randomly, force me to steal cigarettes from my job (delivery boy for a drugstore), etc.  My boss caught me stealing the smokes one day and confronted me where I told him a 'guy outside' made me do it.   My boss went out side and one-punched the bully - gave him a broken nose!  That's when things got out of hand.

16 y.o.guy , bandaged nose and all, found me in the gym locker room after baseball practice the next day, beat the shait out of me (two black eyes, many bruises etc.) - i tried to fight back but it was boy vs. man - i had zero chance.  He then locked me in a locker and I wasn't found for over an hour when a caretaker came in to mop the floors....

I came home all messed up and my father lost it.  He made me take him over to the bully's house - the bully and his father were in the driveway - I feared my dad was going to kill the bully - but, surprise! my dad beat the crap out of the bully's father!!!  Dad then stood over the guy and said, basically, "If your kid ever messes with my kid again, I'll be back!"

The bully never bothered me again.  And. because it was 1964, no charges were laid.

Epilogue:  the caretaker reported what he saw and, after a brief investigation by the principal, the bully was expelled.  I never saw the guy again.


These days you would have been expelled for attempting to stay past closing at the school.
 
2013-05-24 08:55:07 PM

jjorsett: Benevolent Misanthrope: digitalrain: Middle school is FAR more vicious than high school any other period in one's life, up to and including PMITA prison time, i don't care what anyone says.

FTFY.  Mine was a living hell.  Tall, large, smart, socially awkward, poor, wore glasses, and being raised by wolves.  My first period was a total surprise to me, and I didn't realize it until it was mortifyingly obvious.  No one told me I was supposed to shave my legs until one of the popular girls finally publicly humiliated me over it instead of keeping up the giggles and whispers.  Clothes always too small, shoes always to tight or holes in them, bad haircuts...  I was truly a target rich environment.

Add to that a terrible home life, and I can honestly say I'd probably commit suicide if I were forced to live that again.

I got picked on for a little while until I lost my temper and hit a guy with everything I had in front of a class full of people. Since I had a job that involved picking up and carrying heavy things and I was tall, I had a lot of muscle and mass. Nobody ever screwed with me after that. If some kid did that today he'd probably be thrown in juvie. Ah, simpler times.


I did that, too. Kid in back of me was muttering stuff under his breath...loud enough for me to hear, but not the teacher. Finally I'd had enough...EXPLODED outta my desk, grabbed the kid (who considerably outweighed me) by the collar, hauled him up, drew back...
and then thought "WTF am I doing!"
Wish that thought could have held off just a second longer...but I gotta admit, the look of pure fear in his eyes made up for a lot.
 
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