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When we transitioned through middle and high school, did any of us get through not being “bullied” at some point?

If we didn’t kill people back then, then there is a way to go through life without killing our adversaries in school.

Quit making excuses!


24 posted on 05/22/2018 2:13:10 PM PDT by DoughtyOne (01/26/18 DJIA 30 stocks $26,616.71 48.794% > open 11/07/16 215.71 from 50% increase 1.2183 yrs..)
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To: DoughtyOne

I was bullied by a group of three girls in middle school. This was a new school to me after we moved back from Japan. I tried to cope with it for a few weeks and then I responded. Fortunately, my parents had given me leather-soled shoes. Kicking a couple of them in the shins convinced them that I was not an easy target.

I’d never experienced anything like that and it was a shocking welcome to my return to the states.


28 posted on 05/22/2018 2:18:04 PM PDT by trisham (Zen is not easy. It takes effort to attain nothingness. And then what do you have? Bupkis.)
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To: DoughtyOne

Your talking about a different generation, we all got bullied at one time or another in school.
We all had access to firearms (either our own or Dads), I was an expert shooter on my High School Rifle Team (California Cadet Corps).
We were all hunters and shooters, we all knew the damage a firearm could do.
We also believed in GOD, FAMILY, and consequences for our own actions.
The Nation has changed (not for the better), there are no longer REAL CONSEQUENCES for an individuals actions, when was the last time somebody was executed in your state.


38 posted on 05/22/2018 2:28:30 PM PDT by 5th MEB (Progressives in the open; --- FIRE FOR EFFECT!!)
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