Bullies at Barboursville middle school
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"trust you?"

Ardsley, NY

#21 Jul 15, 2012
candygirl877 wrote:
bville is full of bitches and douches ... bu def. not bullies . trust me , im an8th grader nd i go there .

Everyones experience is different , I'm sure you only think there isn't bullies cause either you don't see it happening or it doesn't happen to yo u. trust me hun , a lot more sh!t goes down then you think . high school , is just a worse version of it .. way worse ,
CNP

Huntington, WV

#22 Sep 16, 2012
Mr. Lake took another higher paying job at the Board. I am sure he did not leave because of you.
Bville resident

Huntington, WV

#23 Sep 16, 2012
White is Right wrote:
I will tell you my experience. As a child we had bullies in 6th grade all the way to my senior year. I lived in Huntington at the time. The bully kids came from Guyandotte (trashy part of town), and Altizer (also trashy).

There was 10-20 of these guys who were from dysfunctional families, big for their age. These were the kids who smoked behind the school, missed half the year, had police always coming to the school to talk to them.

as years passed i would see one by one their names in the obituary section of the paper or tv news.

Then the funniest part is here on topic all their morners would say what a good person they were and blah blah blah....i actually could not resist in telling my experience with these people when they had me behind the school kicking my testicles up into my stomach because they didn't like my shirt.

i felt delighted to know these people overdosed on drugs, got shot by the police, or was killed in prison. Darwinism says the gene pool will cleanse itself.
Haha That's Awesome! There's a few that im still waiting and hoping to see in the obituary section.
johnny

Springfield, NJ

#24 Sep 17, 2012
I am a father and my children know not to put up with being bullied and to beat the hell out of the bullies that bully them. Children from this generation have no future since they can not take a little name calling without threatening to take their life.
parent

Ardsley, NY

#25 Sep 19, 2012
Yes my son is new to this school this year and a bully " tried" to pick on him. He did it for about a week and then things came to a head quickly and my son " the geek", who is a wonderful child, smacked the shit out of bully and stood his ground! In any other situation, I don't recommend violence BUT sometimes you have to stand up for yourself!! I'm proud of my son and this far the bullying has stopped! Just proof that people will do what u allow them to do
Food for Thought

Huntington, WV

#26 Sep 19, 2012
While it may seem good to read that a bullied child stood up for himself/herself against a bully, would it have been such a good story if the bully had pulled a knife, had other friends jump in, or pulled a gun?

The solution shouldn't have to be that the bullied kid has to take a stand for himself or herself. This escalation of violence is only going to get someone hurt. What should happen is the teachers and/or administrators should step in.

The problem with comparing bullying today with bullying 20 years ago is when the bullied child leaves school and goes home, the bullying stopped for the night. With social media, bullying is 24/7 of unrelenting abuse. It isn't just that these kids are being called names, but their psyches are being damaged during a very formative time (adolescents are learning to identify themselves and learn independence). As an adult, name calling seems insignificant and childish, but to an adolescent who is looking for acceptance of the identity they are establishing themselves, the damage can be long term.
Parent

Ardsley, NY

#27 Sep 19, 2012
Food for Thought wrote:
While it may seem good to read that a bullied child stood up for himself/herself against a bully, would it have been such a good story if the bully had pulled a knife, had other friends jump in, or pulled a gun?
The solution shouldn't have to be that the bullied kid has to take a stand for himself or herself. This escalation of violence is only going to get someone hurt. What should happen is the teachers and/or administrators should step in.
The problem with comparing bullying today with bullying 20 years ago is when the bullied child leaves school and goes home, the bullying stopped for the night. With social media, bullying is 24/7 of unrelenting abuse. It isn't just that these kids are being called names, but their psyches are being damaged during a very formative time (adolescents are learning to identify themselves and learn independence). As an adult, name calling seems insignificant and childish, but to an adolescent who is looking for acceptance of the identity they are establishing themselves, the damage can be long term.
That's it keep your child on your tit don't teach him/her to take up for them self that way you can take care of them the rest of your life BULL somebody picks on you take care of it grow a pair
parent

Ardsley, NY

#28 Sep 19, 2012
Food for Thought wrote:
While it may seem good to read that a bullied child stood up for himself/herself against a bully, would it have been such a good story if the bully had pulled a knife, had other friends jump in, or pulled a gun?

The solution shouldn't have to be that the bullied kid has to take a stand for himself or herself. This escalation of violence is only going to get someone hurt. What should happen is the teachers and/or administrators should step in.

The problem with comparing bullying today with bullying 20 years ago is when the bullied child leaves school and goes home, the bullying stopped for the night. With social media, bullying is 24/7 of unrelenting abuse. It isn't just that these kids are being called names, but their psyches are being damaged during a very formative time (adolescents are learning to identify themselves and learn independence). As an adult, name calling seems insignificant and childish, but to an adolescent who is looking for acceptance of the identity they are establishing themselves, the damage can be long term.
Completly agree. I punished my child but fully explained WHY. Things definatly are not like they used to be. The worst thing that happened when I was in school was being thrown in the garbage can or something stupid, now they are out for blood just because people are different!! Riddle this tho, what kind of world would we live in if we all were the same! Boring! Don't judge until you have walked the same path!
Parent

Spencer, WV

#29 Sep 19, 2012
Kids pick on the week teach your kid to be confident and stand up for themselves and kids won't "bully" them grow up and quit nursing them
big b

Huntington, WV

#30 Sep 20, 2012
Parent wrote:
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That's it keep your child on your tit don't teach him/her to take up for them self that way you can take care of them the rest of your life BULL somebody picks on you take care of it grow a pair
with your violent attude you really need to lose a pair theres way too much violence we dont need anymore when it can be avolded
getalife

Proctorville, OH

#31 Sep 20, 2012
You all need to think about poor lil Tyler Blankenship and what he went thru
johnny

Huntington, WV

#32 Sep 20, 2012
No idea who that is

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Since: Jul 12

barboursville

#33 Sep 21, 2012
he is a kid who was bullied, & i was so wrong. this year so far has been hell.:(

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