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(Fox 11 Online)   Father is concerned his daughter is being bullied in kindergarten and believes the school isn't doing anything to prevent it. So a restraining order on the 5 year old 'bully' is a perfectly rational response   (fox11online.com) divider line 135
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2014-05-16 09:54:16 PM
Back in my day, Dad would have kicked the bully's Dads ass. Whatta wuss.
 
2014-05-16 11:42:44 PM
Le sighhhh. This was my hometown until a few weeks ago.

I can say that schools do need to take bullying more seriously. I was severely bullied from third grade through twelfth and it drove me to attempt suicide. Kids that age are not able to deal with it properly and schools need to step in.
 
2014-05-17 01:53:40 AM
Makes sense to me. I know the kid dosent get it, but i'll bet the parents and teachers are paying attention
 
2014-05-17 01:53:48 AM

Nina Haagen Dazs: Back in my day, Dad would have kicked the bully's Dads ass. Whatta wuss.


That's the proper way to handle these types of situations.
 
2014-05-17 01:55:06 AM
If you don't think a 5 year old is capable of being an asshole, you haven't met any 5 year olds.
 
2014-05-17 01:56:19 AM
I read a different article earlier saying another family was thinking of getting a restraining order against the same kid. He sounds fun to be around.
 
2014-05-17 01:59:16 AM
I was actually thinking that parents should start pressing criminal charges against bullies, since school administrators can't/won't ever seem to do shiat.  Assault, in some cases battery, various forms of harassment, petty theft, not to mention the various civil claims one could make.  That will make the bully's parents to farking wake up and do their jobs.

Admittedly, I was thinking of older bullies, but the principle holds.
 
2014-05-17 02:00:12 AM
I don't care how old you are, if you're threatening to slit someone's throat they have a good reason to get a restraining order.
I had a 5 year old call me a biatch once. Not in a "you're such a biatch" way, but in a "dayum biatch you fine" way. Cps should check out his home life if he's exposed to that kind of thing.
 
2014-05-17 02:01:41 AM
If that kid really said that to the little girl, it sounds like he needs to be segregated from other students and given a psych evaluation.
 
2014-05-17 02:02:21 AM

Emposter: parents should start pressing criminal charges against bullies... That will make the bully's parents to farking wake up and do their jobs.


No, it won't. For the same reason gangs exist. Every child is an angel and would never do such a thing.
 
2014-05-17 02:03:43 AM

BadReligion: If that kid really said that to the little girl, it sounds like he needs to be segregated from other students and given a psych evaluation.


It sounds like they need to take a good hard look at that girl's parents is what it sounds like.
 
2014-05-17 02:04:33 AM

zarker: I don't care how old you are, if you're threatening to slit someone's throat they have a good reason to get a restraining order.
I had a 5 year old call me a biatch once. Not in a "you're such a biatch" way, but in a "dayum biatch you fine" way. Cps should check out his home life if he's exposed to that kind of thing.


Humblebrag: Subtly letting others now about how fantastic your life is while undercutting it with a bit of self-effacing humor or "woe is me" gloss.
 
2014-05-17 02:05:10 AM

Wake Up Sheeple: Emposter: parents should start pressing criminal charges against bullies... That will make the bully's parents to farking wake up and do their jobs.

No, it won't. For the same reason gangs exist. Every child is an angel and would never do such a thing.


Then you continue on into court.  Eventually they WILL notice.  You can ignore a school administrator sending letters telling you to talk to the counselor.  It's a whole different can of soup to ignore a civil judgment for damages or an impending criminal conviction that could lead to juvie (probably not for the 5 year old :D).
 
2014-05-17 02:05:10 AM

Emposter: I was actually thinking that parents should start pressing criminal charges against bullies, since school administrators can't/won't ever seem to do shiat.  Assault, in some cases battery, various forms of harassment, petty theft, not to mention the various civil claims one could make.  That will make the bully's parents to farking wake up and do their jobs.

Admittedly, I was thinking of older bullies, but the principle holds.


That was beautiful.
7.75/10
 
2014-05-17 02:06:37 AM

baconbeard: zarker: I don't care how old you are, if you're threatening to slit someone's throat they have a good reason to get a restraining order.
I had a 5 year old call me a biatch once. Not in a "you're such a biatch" way, but in a "dayum biatch you fine" way. Cps should check out his home life if he's exposed to that kind of thing.

Humblebrag: Subtly letting others now about how fantastic your life is while undercutting it with a bit of self-effacing humor or "woe is me" gloss.


It was meant as an example of a 5 year old being extremely inappropriate and farkin disturbing
 
2014-05-17 02:07:10 AM

Mystery Vortex: BadReligion: If that kid really said that to the little girl, it sounds like he needs to be segregated from other students and given a psych evaluation.

It sounds like they need to take a good hard look at that girl's parents is what it sounds like.


Yes, play the contrarian. That is a good trolling technique.
 
2014-05-17 02:09:18 AM

chitownmike: Emposter: I was actually thinking that parents should start pressing criminal charges against bullies, since school administrators can't/won't ever seem to do shiat.  Assault, in some cases battery, various forms of harassment, petty theft, not to mention the various civil claims one could make.  That will make the bully's parents to farking wake up and do their jobs.

Admittedly, I was thinking of older bullies, but the principle holds.

That was beautiful.
7.75/10


quizzicaldog.jpg
 
2014-05-17 02:12:07 AM
I say you give the kid who is being bullies a gun and the next time the bully lays a hand on him: bam bam bam bam bam. 5 shots, center mass. The kid has every right to defend himself. If you play a stupid game, expect a shiatty prize.
 
2014-05-17 02:12:11 AM

Emposter: chitownmike: Emposter: I was actually thinking that parents should start pressing criminal charges against bullies, since school administrators can't/won't ever seem to do shiat.  Assault, in some cases battery, various forms of harassment, petty theft, not to mention the various civil claims one could make.  That will make the bully's parents to farking wake up and do their jobs.

Admittedly, I was thinking of older bullies, but the principle holds.

That was beautiful.
7.75/10

quizzicaldog.jpg


were you serious? Sorry thought you were trollin
 
2014-05-17 02:15:46 AM
I'm currently in the "my child is being bullied" situation.... And the teacher told my son that if the bully hits him it's probably an accident.... after being hit daily since the little shiatty kid (The Bully) showed up at the beginning of the semester. The principal didn't do anything except try to talk to my son on the day he wasn't there. So yeah, I can see how easy it'd be to go from 1 to restraining order. However, I think he should have hit up the superintendent first if he didn't. I plan to lay it on to the superintendent whenever school lets out because knowing this snotty biatch, she'd take it out on my child.
 
2014-05-17 02:19:17 AM
How does a five year old even know what "slit your throat" means?  It sounds like he's repeating a quote from a character he saw in a movie or on TV.  If he's actually mature and insane enough to say and mean that of his own volition, he needs to be taken away.
 
2014-05-17 02:20:45 AM

chitownmike: Emposter: chitownmike: Emposter: I was actually thinking that parents should start pressing criminal charges against bullies, since school administrators can't/won't ever seem to do shiat.  Assault, in some cases battery, various forms of harassment, petty theft, not to mention the various civil claims one could make.  That will make the bully's parents to farking wake up and do their jobs.

Admittedly, I was thinking of older bullies, but the principle holds.

That was beautiful.
7.75/10

quizzicaldog.jpg

were you serious? Sorry thought you were trollin


Quite serious.  Obviously there are different levels of bullying, but some of these kids are suffering serious physical and mental/psychological damage.  I really see no reason why an act that would get you arrested or sued if you did it off school grounds should be ignored just because it happens on school grounds.

Again, probably not for the 5 year olds...but hey, who knows.  Depends on the circumstances, I suppose.  Little farkers can be vicious.
 
2014-05-17 02:22:43 AM

irishdncr83: I'm currently in the "my child is being bullied" situation.... And the teacher told my son that if the bully hits him it's probably an accident.... after being hit daily since the little shiatty kid (The Bully) showed up at the beginning of the semester. The principal didn't do anything except try to talk to my son on the day he wasn't there. So yeah, I can see how easy it'd be to go from 1 to restraining order. However, I think he should have hit up the superintendent first if he didn't. I plan to lay it on to the superintendent whenever school lets out because knowing this snotty biatch, she'd take it out on my child.


Get ready for all the wonderful advise you are going to get from all of the Fark Black Belts.

/I have a GED in Krav Maga
 
2014-05-17 02:26:22 AM
Whatever happened to teaching kids to stand up for themselves?  So there are bullies, there have always been, and always will be, bullies.  Everyone is going to come up against a bully at some point in their life - at least this kid has the chance to learn how to deal effectively with their problems early in life.
 
2014-05-17 02:26:24 AM

Yes this is dog: irishdncr83: I'm currently in the "my child is being bullied" situation.... And the teacher told my son that if the bully hits him it's probably an accident.... after being hit daily since the little shiatty kid (The Bully) showed up at the beginning of the semester. The principal didn't do anything except try to talk to my son on the day he wasn't there. So yeah, I can see how easy it'd be to go from 1 to restraining order. However, I think he should have hit up the superintendent first if he didn't. I plan to lay it on to the superintendent whenever school lets out because knowing this snotty biatch, she'd take it out on my child.

Get ready for all the wonderful advise you are going to get from all of the Fark Black Belts.

/I have a GED in Krav Maga


Oh come on, how hard can it be to beat up a 5 year old.

I can take on 26 of them.
 
2014-05-17 02:26:52 AM

Yes this is dog: irishdncr83: I'm currently in the "my child is being bullied" situation.... And the teacher told my son that if the bully hits him it's probably an accident.... after being hit daily since the little shiatty kid (The Bully) showed up at the beginning of the semester. The principal didn't do anything except try to talk to my son on the day he wasn't there. So yeah, I can see how easy it'd be to go from 1 to restraining order. However, I think he should have hit up the superintendent first if he didn't. I plan to lay it on to the superintendent whenever school lets out because knowing this snotty biatch, she'd take it out on my child.

Get ready for all the wonderful advise you are going to get from all of the Fark Black Belts.

/I have a GED in Krav Maga


I have Crazy. I win.
 
2014-05-17 02:28:54 AM

Bucknutz: Whatever happened to teaching kids to stand up for themselves?  So there are bullies, there have always been, and always will be, bullies.  Everyone is going to come up against a bully at some point in their life - at least this kid has the chance to learn how to deal effectively with their problems early in life.


Because kicking the shiat out of the little b**tards is considered wrong. Oh well. I tell my kid to do it anyway. I used to tell my child to tell the teacher, to ask for help in dealing with it, and the teacher would punish him for tattling but it was okay that one of his classmates told the teacher that he said he hated the bully. Yeah. That bully program is REEEALLY workin' there.
 
2014-05-17 02:29:37 AM

Bucknutz: Whatever happened to teaching kids to stand up for themselves?  So there are bullies, there have always been, and always will be, bullies.  Everyone is going to come up against a bully at some point in their life - at least this kid has the chance to learn how to deal effectively with their problems early in life.


When the bullied kid puts a few rounds into the skull of the bullied will you not act all shocked about it
 
2014-05-17 02:32:32 AM

Bucknutz: Whatever happened to teaching kids to stand up for themselves?  So there are bullies, there have always been, and always will be, bullies.  Everyone is going to come up against a bully at some point in their life - at least this kid has the chance to learn how to deal effectively with their problems early in life.


Because, either mentally, physically, or both, some kids just are not capable of standing up to bullies. That doesn't mean they don't have the right to be able to go to school without being terrorized. We have rules and laws against assault, battery, and other things that are called bullying in school, but in the adult world wouldn't be accepted. The kids being put through this should be able to appeal to an authority to stop this from happening while in the care of said authority.
 
2014-05-17 02:35:54 AM
A sledgehammer to the balls works great on bullies.  And the parent too for bringing up such a little shiat.
 
2014-05-17 02:39:15 AM

Warlordtrooper: Bucknutz: Whatever happened to teaching kids to stand up for themselves?  So there are bullies, there have always been, and always will be, bullies.  Everyone is going to come up against a bully at some point in their life - at least this kid has the chance to learn how to deal effectively with their problems early in life.

When the bullied kid puts a few rounds into the skull of the bullied will you not act all shocked about it


Why does this have to escalate to gunplay immediately?  These are 5 year old kids we're talking about here.  I had a bully when I was around 7 or 8, he was bigger, meaner, and a giant dickhead - but once I actually stopped taking his shiat and fought back - I got my ass kicked.  Twice.  But he learned I wasn't going to take his shiat without a scrap - and guess what?  He left me alone.  No one had to die, years later in like the 10th grade we had grown up a bit and turns out he's not that bad a person, we get along fine, I used to work with his wife.

Bullying is a fact of life - if you teach a kid to deal with their bullies on their own they'll develop confidence and self reliance.  But then again I didn't grow up in the states, so I guess once there's a personal conflict down there everyone just automatically defaults to "putting a few rounds into the skull."
 
2014-05-17 02:40:19 AM

BadReligion: Bucknutz: Whatever happened to teaching kids to stand up for themselves?  So there are bullies, there have always been, and always will be, bullies.  Everyone is going to come up against a bully at some point in their life - at least this kid has the chance to learn how to deal effectively with their problems early in life.

Because, either mentally, physically, or both, some kids just are not capable of standing up to bullies. That doesn't mean they don't have the right to be able to go to school without being terrorized. We have rules and laws against assault, battery, and other things that are called bullying in school, but in the adult world wouldn't be accepted. The kids being put through this should be able to appeal to an authority to stop this from happening while in the care of said authority.


The world needs ditch diggers too!
 
2014-05-17 02:42:30 AM
The girl should bring Tara the cat to school to go after the bully.
 
2014-05-17 02:42:35 AM
The school could have handled this. They chose not to. Dad is taking matters into his own hands and not being violent towards the other family like the more sadistic Farkers would love to see happen.

I have no problem with any of this.

/f*ck bullies
 
2014-05-17 02:45:35 AM

The My Little Pony Killer: The school could have handled this. They chose not to. Dad is taking matters into his own hands and not being violent towards the other family like the more sadistic Farkers would love to see happen.

I have no problem with any of this.

/f*ck bullies


^^^ That!
 
2014-05-17 02:45:50 AM

BadReligion: Bucknutz: Whatever happened to teaching kids to stand up for themselves?  So there are bullies, there have always been, and always will be, bullies.  Everyone is going to come up against a bully at some point in their life - at least this kid has the chance to learn how to deal effectively with their problems early in life.

Because, either mentally, physically, or both, some kids just are not capable of standing up to bullies. That doesn't mean they don't have the right to be able to go to school without being terrorized. We have rules and laws against assault, battery, and other things that are called bullying in school, but in the adult world wouldn't be accepted. The kids being put through this should be able to appeal to an authority to stop this from happening while in the care of said authority.


This this this this this.

And the authority shouldn't automatically jump to "just hit them really hard in a soft spot, they'll leave you alone forever" wreckless idiot logic.
 
2014-05-17 02:47:56 AM
The My Little Pony Killer:.

And the authority shouldn't automatically jump to "just hit them really hard in a soft spot, they'll leave you alone forever" wreckless idiot logic.


I didn't jump to that until the school made a half arsed effort to help my child and then the teacher said something stupid. My poor kid is on his own until school is out and I hate it.
 
2014-05-17 02:50:50 AM

irishdncr83: The My Little Pony Killer:.

And the authority shouldn't automatically jump to "just hit them really hard in a soft spot, they'll leave you alone forever" wreckless idiot logic.

I didn't jump to that until the school made a half arsed effort to help my child and then the teacher said something stupid. My poor kid is on his own until school is out and I hate it.


You're stooping to their level because you aren't creative enough to come up with a better solution. Congratulations.
 
2014-05-17 02:53:01 AM

The My Little Pony Killer: irishdncr83: The My Little Pony Killer:.

And the authority shouldn't automatically jump to "just hit them really hard in a soft spot, they'll leave you alone forever" wreckless idiot logic.

I didn't jump to that until the school made a half arsed effort to help my child and then the teacher said something stupid. My poor kid is on his own until school is out and I hate it.

You're stooping to their level because you aren't creative enough to come up with a better solution. Congratulations.


And the creative solution here is to go to the courts and get a restraining order?
 
2014-05-17 02:53:56 AM
The My Little Pony Killer:

You're stooping to their level because you aren't creative enough to come up with a better solution. Congratulations.

How many kids do you have?
 
2014-05-17 02:55:07 AM
I like it. A restraining order would probably scare the crap out of a kid.
 
2014-05-17 02:57:32 AM

Harry_Seldon: I like it. A restraining order would probably scare the crap out of a kid.


I kinda doubt it - sounds like the kid's a psycho anyway, I wonder how well that restraining order works after school

wait... do kids even see each other outside of school these days?  I'm getting old
 
2014-05-17 02:58:06 AM

The My Little Pony Killer: irishdncr83: The My Little Pony Killer:.

And the authority shouldn't automatically jump to "just hit them really hard in a soft spot, they'll leave you alone forever" wreckless idiot logic.

I didn't jump to that until the school made a half arsed effort to help my child and then the teacher said something stupid. My poor kid is on his own until school is out and I hate it.

You're stooping to their level because you aren't creative enough to come up with a better solution. Congratulations.


I take this to mean you have a better solution?
 
2014-05-17 02:58:41 AM

Bucknutz: Harry_Seldon: I like it. A restraining order would probably scare the crap out of a kid.

I kinda doubt it - sounds like the kid's a psycho anyway, I wonder how well that restraining order works after school

wait... do kids even see each other outside of school these days?  I'm getting old


Mine does sometimes. We go to the playground alot and sometimes he goes to a friend's house or something on the weekends. He also has other friends outside of school too.
 
2014-05-17 02:58:59 AM

zarker: baconbeard: zarker: I don't care how old you are, if you're threatening to slit someone's throat they have a good reason to get a restraining order.
I had a 5 year old call me a biatch once. Not in a "you're such a biatch" way, but in a "dayum biatch you fine" way. Cps should check out his home life if he's exposed to that kind of thing.

Humblebrag: Subtly letting others now about how fantastic your life is while undercutting it with a bit of self-effacing humor or "woe is me" gloss.

It was meant as an example of a 5 year old being extremely inappropriate and farkin disturbing


seems to me it was meant as a humblebrag.
 
2014-05-17 03:00:42 AM
Emposter:

I take this to mean you have a better solution?

No. He/she is just trolling. Because, the solution to this problem is to insult people anonymously through the internet. You're part of the problem, My Little Pony Killer. Congratulations.
 
2014-05-17 03:02:05 AM

irishdncr83: Bucknutz: Whatever happened to teaching kids to stand up for themselves?  So there are bullies, there have always been, and always will be, bullies.  Everyone is going to come up against a bully at some point in their life - at least this kid has the chance to learn how to deal effectively with their problems early in life.

Because kicking the shiat out of the little b**tards is considered wrong. Oh well. I tell my kid to do it anyway. I used to tell my child to tell the teacher, to ask for help in dealing with it, and the teacher would punish him for tattling but it was okay that one of his classmates told the teacher that he said he hated the bully. Yeah. That bully program is REEEALLY workin' there.


I still don't understand why tattling is a bad thing.  I've been wondering that since I was 5.

Yes, hearing some kid whine, "mom/teacher/authority, [kid] is [doing some mean thing]!" is annoying.  So what?  It's your job to raise/teach/oversee these kids, and keeping them in line (or attempting to) is part of that job.

As far as I can tell, "don't tattle" comes from the same school of thought as "little girls are meant to be seen and not heard."  It's a "stay out of my hair. I don't care what's happening to you" rule.

/wow, I like quotes today.
//still pissed about the elementary school art teacher who told me to go sit back down when a kid was beating on me.
///I should have fought back, but he was actually three times my size.
 
2014-05-17 03:03:17 AM
how is this asinine?  obviously you don't have kids, <B>subby</b>

My first grader was recently choked by some little shiat at school.  We understand kid are going to push, hit and even kick but we draw a hard line at choking.  We're old fashioned that way.
Luckily the school is actually doing their jobs and are dealing with it appropriately but if they didn't and this happened again, or something more seriously happened I would do anything I could to make it stop, including using the courts.
you know...the way we are supposed to settle our differences peacefully if reasonable discourse doesn't work.


i remember years ago when my brother was in school.  some kid was bullying him mercilessly.  the school refused to do anything because of this kid's sob story home-life BS. it was a catholic school and apparently he was a "scholarship" kid.  probably banging one of the priests...

anyway, my parents complained repeatedly but the school did nothing.  they yanked my brother out of the school and put him in public school where he did fine.  a few months later that kid hit some girl in the head with a brick.

/typical story bro
 
2014-05-17 03:04:02 AM
Yes, Subbo. It is. The evil little sh*t was talking about not just beating the girl up but killing her. The school decided to shove it's own head deep up it's own ass and do nothing about it.
 
2014-05-17 03:06:36 AM
Dafatone:

I still don't understand why tattling is a bad thing.  I've been wondering that since I was 5.

Yes, hearing some kid whine, "mom/teacher/authority, [kid] is [doing some mean thing]!" is annoying.  So what?  It's your job to raise/teach/oversee these kids, and keeping them in line (or attempting to) is part of that job.

As far as I can tell, "don't tattle" comes from the same school of thought as "little girls are meant to be seen and not heard."  It's a "stay out of my hair. I don't care what's happening to you" rule.

/wow, I like quotes today.
//still pissed about the elementary school art teacher who told me to go sit back down when a kid was beating on me.
///I should have fought back, but he was actually three times my size.


I wish I knew, man!! This teacher is so inconsistent it's insane. One kid that picks on my boy wasn't punished for the exact same infraction my son committed. (forgetting to turn in his folder) So all my kid is learning is that it doesn't matter whether he's good or bad, he's going to get punished. Like the time he was running to help his friend who had fallen down at the sound of the whistle to come line up.... he tripped and fell himself but got back up to check on his friend who was bleeding and crying and got her to the teacher... but the teacher said he was playing in the dirt so she punished him for it.
 
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