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(Yahoo)   "He called my nephew a nasty name and my nephew Cole cocked him in the mouth. I'm proud of my nephew for doing that." Says one parent in an Iowa town where parents have rallied to defend the bullying of an autistic child   (news.yahoo.com) divider line 38
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2013-11-20 04:48:16 PM
8 votes:
Sometimes a special child needs to be reminded that he ain't THAT special.
2013-11-20 05:56:13 PM
7 votes:

Benevolent Misanthrope: 1.  Aspergers.  Yes, it's a form of autism, but it's not like the kid is silently rocking in the corner.

2. "Aspergers" is quite often shorthand for "my kid is socially awkward, but I don't like to think he's anything but a precious snowflake, so let's make it Not His Fault and not require him to learn social norms".

3.  If the kid is mainstream enough to be in classes with normal kids, then he's mainstream enough to be held responsible for his actions.  If you think he should be removed from the environment, then you have to admit your kid is a tard.  You can't have it both ways.


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2013-11-20 04:39:33 PM
6 votes:
Wait, is Cole the name of the kid, or an unintentionally capitalized and misspelled word?

There's a huge difference between "my nephew cold-cocked him in the mouth" vs. "my nephew Cole cocked him in the mouth"
2013-11-20 06:16:12 PM
5 votes:
Everything I needed to know about dealing with bullies was taught to me by Bill Waterson.  I've lost track how many times a 'bully' would only counter with such amazing wit like "you farking...fark!"
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2013-11-20 06:43:15 PM
4 votes:
Don't punch him in the head, he's already retarded. Kick him in the junk. He don't need to reproduce nohow.
2013-11-20 05:58:23 PM
4 votes:
This headline has me all confused.  It's either "cold-cocked", "Cole clocked", but NOT "Cole cocked", unless the nephew did something VERY DIFFERENT than punch him.
2013-11-20 05:20:01 PM
4 votes:
"I would say three-fourths of this stuff he brings on himself and probably a fourth of it is bullying that shouldn't be going on," said Levi Weatherly, father of the teen accused of posting the video online.

The kid brings it on himself by acting all retarded!
2013-11-20 08:24:04 PM
3 votes:

12349876: There's an Urban Dictionary definition for cole cock.  From back in February.  It's about what you would expect.


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HERE COMES THE COAL COCK.
2013-11-20 06:19:19 PM
3 votes:

ongbok: So this guy is proud that his nephew beat up a handicapped kid.


He should be. That kid had retard strength.
2013-11-20 06:05:21 PM
3 votes:
"This kid has done things to get people mad that I think he could probably control," added resident Nate Goof.

You dun goofed!
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2013-11-20 05:47:34 PM
3 votes:

Benevolent Misanthrope: 1.  Aspergers.  Yes, it's a form of autism, but it's not like the kid is silently rocking in the corner.

2. "Aspergers" is quite often shorthand for "my kid is socially awkward, but I don't like to think he's anything but a precious snowflake, so let's make it Not His Fault and not require him to learn social norms".

3.  If the kid is mainstream enough to be in classes with normal kids, then he's mainstream enough to be held responsible for his actions.  If you think he should be removed from the environment, then you have to admit your kid is a tard.  You can't have it both ways.


even if that kid is an ass or is a tard, Cole cocking him in the mouth because he says some shiat isn't appropriate behavior. I think. Really, I'm not sure what Cole cocking is. We should track down Nate Goof and ask him.
2013-11-20 07:35:07 PM
2 votes:

Autistic Hiker: The law requires mainstreaming if at all possible so that the school doesn't park people they find inconvenient in a padded room and refuse to educate them. Which was pretty much what was done prior to 1975.


In this case, it's Cole's Law.

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2013-11-20 05:57:15 PM
2 votes:
Sticks and stones, dude.  Sticks and stones.
And quit cocking people in the mouth.  That's retarded.
2013-11-20 05:39:11 PM
2 votes:
1.  Aspergers.  Yes, it's a form of autism, but it's not like the kid is silently rocking in the corner.

2. "Aspergers" is quite often shorthand for "my kid is socially awkward, but I don't like to think he's anything but a precious snowflake, so let's make it Not His Fault and not require him to learn social norms".

3.  If the kid is mainstream enough to be in classes with normal kids, then he's mainstream enough to be held responsible for his actions.  If you think he should be removed from the environment, then you have to admit your kid is a tard.  You can't have it both ways.
2013-11-20 04:41:41 PM
2 votes:
That article discombobumalates my dumb cracker mind.

"Cocked" him in the mouth? Two people named Levi? One guy named Nate Goof?
2013-11-20 04:35:55 PM
2 votes:
unsolicited cock in the mouth?
2013-11-21 07:43:01 AM
1 votes:

AteMyBrain: Benevolent Misanthrope:

2. "Aspergers" is quite often shorthand for "my kid is socially awkward, but I don't like to think he's anything but a precious snowflake, so let's make it Not His Fault and not require him to learn social norms".


Well...no.

No it isn't.

The fact that you believe a child with Aspergers can "learn social norms", conclusively proves that you have absolutely no idea what the fark you're talking about at all, in any way whatsoever. I suspect you're just trolling, but either way, what a perfect moment for you to simply roll over and die.


Reding comprehension wasn't your strong suit in school, was it?

I didn't say a kid with Aspergers could or could not learn social norms. I said that people often excuse their kids' bad behaviour by blaming it on a diagnosis that may not be accurate. Jesus - wtf did your Tard do to get himself in enough trouble for you to be so defensive?

Also - you do realize it's hard for people to take your righteous indignation over bullying seriously when you're telling them you hope they die for something they said on the Internet, right?
2013-11-21 05:11:05 AM
1 votes:

PsiChick: Benevolent Misanthrope: 1.  Aspergers.  Yes, it's a form of autism, but it's not like the kid is silently rocking in the corner.

2. "Aspergers" is quite often shorthand for "my kid is socially awkward, but I don't like to think he's anything but a precious snowflake, so let's make it Not His Fault and not require him to learn social norms".

3.  If the kid is mainstream enough to be in classes with normal kids, then he's mainstream enough to be held responsible for his actions.  If you think he should be removed from the environment, then you have to admit your kid is a tard.  You can't have it both ways.

The point of an Asperger's diagnosis is to help the kid  learn social norms. It's taken me at least a year to get things like sarcasm down; for a teenager it's even less easy to learn those things. Yes, he's going to act weird, but mainstreaming him is good for him, and hitting people is  still not allowed.


I'd like to file this under the school yard code of "don't start none, there won't be none".
2013-11-20 11:35:54 PM
1 votes:

lack of warmth: So, you are part of the 'punch someone in the face over words' crowd.  Got it.


Heck, most FARKers are part of the "punch someone in the face for following you" crowd, judging by their continuous defense of Trayvon Martin.
2013-11-20 08:58:57 PM
1 votes:

Gyrfalcon: The idea is to have kids mediate disputes with kids without having adults stick their busybody noses into the mess


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2013-11-20 08:34:38 PM
1 votes:
Benevolent Misanthrope:

2. "Aspergers" is quite often shorthand for "my kid is socially awkward, but I don't like to think he's anything but a precious snowflake, so let's make it Not His Fault and not require him to learn social norms".


Well...no.

No it isn't.

The fact that you believe a child with Aspergers can "learn social norms", conclusively proves that you have absolutely no idea what the fark you're talking about at all, in any way whatsoever. I suspect you're just trolling, but either way, what a perfect moment for you to simply roll over and die.
2013-11-20 07:18:42 PM
1 votes:

Omahawg: ReverendJynxed: Autistic Hiker: JesusJuice: netizencain: Because being called a name is a good reason to punch someone... great parenting.  I'm sure this is the message that they get in Church.

It is. If every time you act like a dick someone smacks you in the face, you'll learn not to be a dick.

That doesn't work on people with Asperger's.

Really? Do they know what hot is? Associate a specific word with a smack in the mouth enough and you'll stop saying those words. Don't call it social graces, call it survival skills.

as someone who grew up a scrawny book nerd in small town iowa who was absolutely petrified by any social interaction whatsoever....yeah, i gotta agree.  Good thing we didn't have aspies or adhd in the 70s. how did we even survive?


We didn't. This is hell.
2013-11-20 07:15:47 PM
1 votes:

RexTalionis: umad: RKTeuthis: Have some farking compassion.

I don't really care if you are an asshole due to mental illness or if you are an asshole by choice. To me, you are just an asshole.

Wow, look at that asshole.


I have ass-burgers so I can't help it, so I can't and shouldn't have to stop being an asshole. Have some farking compassion.
2013-11-20 07:10:19 PM
1 votes:

Duke_leto_Atredes: netizencain: Benevolent Misanthrope: 1.  Aspergers.  Yes, it's a form of autism, but it's not like the kid is silently rocking in the corner.

2. "Aspergers" is quite often shorthand for "my kid is socially awkward, but I don't like to think he's anything but a precious snowflake, so let's make it Not His Fault and not require him to learn social norms".

3.  If the kid is mainstream enough to be in classes with normal kids, then he's mainstream enough to be held responsible for his actions.  If you think he should be removed from the environment, then you have to admit your kid is a tard.  You can't have it both ways.

Ya... so if he calls someone a name, we should beat him up.  Because that's just AMERICA!

a lesson in maners punctuaeted by a black eye will stick. Remember not to call people names and they wont knock you on your @$$. now play nice you little tard.


That doesn't work on people with Asperger's.

Geez you people are slow.
2013-11-20 07:09:58 PM
1 votes:

JesusJuice: netizencain: Because being called a name is a good reason to punch someone... great parenting.  I'm sure this is the message that they get in Church.

It is. If every time you act like a dick someone smacks you in the face, you'll learn not to be a dick.


Hasn't stop you.
2013-11-20 07:06:08 PM
1 votes:

netizencain: Benevolent Misanthrope: 1.  Aspergers.  Yes, it's a form of autism, but it's not like the kid is silently rocking in the corner.

2. "Aspergers" is quite often shorthand for "my kid is socially awkward, but I don't like to think he's anything but a precious snowflake, so let's make it Not His Fault and not require him to learn social norms".

3.  If the kid is mainstream enough to be in classes with normal kids, then he's mainstream enough to be held responsible for his actions.  If you think he should be removed from the environment, then you have to admit your kid is a tard.  You can't have it both ways.

Ya... so if he calls someone a name, we should beat him up.  Because that's just AMERICA!


a lesson in maners punctuaeted by a black eye will stick. Remember not to call people names and they wont knock you on your @$$. now play nice you little tard.
2013-11-20 06:55:04 PM
1 votes:

Serious Post on Serious Thread: Wow. What a shiatload of Internet Toughguys advocating beating up on a tard based on the 2 minute long nearly fact and context free "journalism" coming out of buttfark Iowa. What an awesome goto position you big brave manly men have. Now when you get done fellating Bubba Jr. in the gas station bathroom, get the fark over here and fill my tank with premium. Before I report you for a parole violation for beating your 'but she deserved it' meth head wife who can't fight back. But maybe you like being back in county lock up fellating Bubba Sr.


Agreed. Occams Razor says this is plain old country fried bullying.

/country-fried
2013-11-20 06:52:04 PM
1 votes:

farkingismybusiness: "This kid has done things to get people mad that I think he could probably control," added resident Nate Goof.

You dun goofed!
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2013-11-20 06:31:46 PM
1 votes:
gay retarded ahole, gets punched for being an ahole
2013-11-20 06:26:14 PM
1 votes:
Cole cocked him in the mouth...

Awesome with awesome sauce.
2013-11-20 06:22:24 PM
1 votes:

Benevolent Misanthrope: 1.  Aspergers.  Yes, it's a form of autism, but it's not like the kid is silently rocking in the corner.

2. "Aspergers" is quite often shorthand for "my kid is socially awkward, but I don't like to think he's anything but a precious snowflake, so let's make it Not His Fault and not require him to learn social norms".

3.  If the kid is mainstream enough to be in classes with normal kids, then he's mainstream enough to be held responsible for his actions.  If you think he should be removed from the environment, then you have to admit your kid is a tard.  You can't have it both ways.


Asperger's is not shorthand for social awkwardness. It's a real thing. You may be referring to the sad fact that it's over diagnosed, but I don't think it is clear that that is the case here. It is not stated anywhere explicitly in the articles, but it seems clear that the kid's condition is well known and longstanding in the school and community, so it is probably safe to assume that the kid has an individual education plan (IEP) that requires the school to accommodate him. In this case, the tard-admitting has already occurred, and the question of consequences is now one in which his disorder must be taken into account.

Regarding whether he should be mainstreamed or not, Asperger's is tough because the kid is entitled to the same education as everyone else. By far the cheapest and most effective way to do that is to keep him in the classroom and educate the teachers and students as to his condition.

But assuming his condition is already known, all that is moot. FTA:
"The school's principal wrote Null's mother an email saying the behavior documented in the video does not amount to bullying. Nonetheless, two of the students were disciplined and the video was reportedly deleted.

In a video interview with the station, Principal Josh Ehn actually said it is the students' responsibility to handle cases of bullying. "We try our best to educate our staff, to educate our students to react to the cases, to investigate the cases we have," Ehn said. "But ultimately, it's got to come down to the kids to take ownership for this and to stand up for the kids who can't stand up for themselves.""

Sorry, Josh, but if the kid had an IEP, and this stuff happened in the classroom, then you own it. Enjoy your lawsuit.
2013-11-20 06:17:23 PM
1 votes:
"You breed thoroughbreds, you get thoroughbreds - you breed jack-asses, you get jack-asses."
2013-11-20 06:17:05 PM
1 votes:
That guy Cole Cocked is a real a-hole, but not as bad as his brother Half
2013-11-20 06:10:22 PM
1 votes:

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Spudnuts!

2013-11-20 06:03:21 PM
1 votes:

impaler: "I would say three-fourths of this stuff he brings on himself and probably a fourth of it is bullying that shouldn't be going on," said Levi Weatherly, father of the teen accused of posting the video online.

The kid brings it on himself by acting all retarded!


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2013-11-20 06:00:11 PM
1 votes:
Respond with a witty retort, bully boy. Oh, let me guess that's not your strong suit.
2013-11-20 05:56:08 PM
1 votes:
Shouldn't that be "clocked"?

"Cocked" has a different connotation entirely.
2013-11-20 05:38:23 PM
1 votes:
Mainstreamed.
 
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