Who started the anti-bully campaign

Who started the anti-bully campaign

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#1 Apr 29, 2013
At the election place there were a lot of anti-Doris and bully signs. I asked someone who thought that up and they said they didn't know. I would be curious to know who started his campaign as it seems like nobody knows who it is.
Foolish

Arnold, MO

#2 Apr 29, 2013
Didn't you see Mike Evans wear his anti-bully T-shirt AND get up in front of City Council making his bully accusations?

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#3 Apr 29, 2013
But he didn't start it. It was someone else and nobody seems to know who.
remember when

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#4 Apr 29, 2013
Yep, Evans is a whack job and so is she! Maybe they could wear those t-shirts "STUPID" and "I'm with stupid" that has the arrow pointing! Oh how fitting

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#5 Apr 29, 2013
The only whack job here is you who have proven who derails the topics on here, just like you did with your last post.

Back to topic. Does anybody know who started the campaign?
remember when

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#6 Apr 29, 2013
Twirl and twirl swirl and swirl around and around we go!

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#7 Apr 29, 2013
Again you attempt to derail. Seems we have found where the problem really lies.

Back to topic. Who started this campaign?
Please

Imperial, MO

#8 Apr 29, 2013
Letusnamenames wrote:
Again you attempt to derail. Seems we have found where the problem really lies.
Back to topic. Who started this campaign?
Who cares who started it. To me Evans lowered himself to act just like he was accusing others of acting. I am sooooooo sick of that bullying bs I could puke. That's just another way of this politically correct world. You fit that bill perfectly. Boohoo you're bullying me. Grow some would you.

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#9 Apr 29, 2013
I have some, they are just on my chest instead of between my legs.

And putting his private life all over the Internet including a mayoral Facebook page wasn't bullying him? Yeah, right.

So who started this particular campaign?
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Imperial, MO

#10 Apr 29, 2013
Letusnamenames wrote:
I have some, they are just on my chest instead of between my legs.
And putting his private life all over the Internet including a mayoral Facebook page wasn't bullying him? Yeah, right.
So who started this particular campaign?
Could Dr. Phil help you? If so I'll write the letter to get the ball rolling.

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#11 Apr 29, 2013
Nope, he can only help you. He's a quack just like you so you both have that in common.

It's funny, seems like you're the only one derailing threads around here.

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#12 Apr 30, 2013
Who started the campaign?
Maybe

Overland Park, KS

#13 Sep 16, 2013
nti-bullying movement
In the 2000s and 2010s, a cultural movement against bullying gained popularity in the English-speaking world. The first National Bullying Prevention Week was conceived of in Canada in 2000 by Canadian educator and anti-bullying activist Bill Belsey. The charity Act Against Bullying was formed in the UK in 2003. In 2006, National Bullying Prevention Month was declared in the United States. The Suicide of Phoebe Prince in 2010 brought attention to the issue in Massachusetts, and sparked reforms in state education. The It Gets Better Project was started in 2010 to combat gay teen suicides, and Lady Gaga announced the Born This Way Foundation in partnership with Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet & Society in 2011.
A 2012 paper from the Berkman Center, "An Overview of State Anti-Bullying Legislation and Other Related Laws," notes that, as of January 2012, 48 U.S. states had anti-bullying laws, though there is wide variation in their strength and focus. Sixteen states acknowledge that bullies often select their targets based on "creed or religion, disability, gender or sex, nationality or national origin, race, and sexual orientation." Each of the 16 employs a wide array of additional parameters, the paper notes, ranging from age and weight to socioeconomic status. Of the 38 states that have laws encompassing electronic or "cyberbullying" activity, 32 put such offenses under the broader category of bullying and six states define this type of offense separately, the authors report.[1

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#14 Sep 17, 2013
Let me clarify. Who started the anti-bully Doris campaign around election time?
Good Morning

Arnold, MO

#15 Sep 17, 2013
Do you really want to open that can of worms? Or should I say snakes? An investigation into that might net some more charges against those affiliated with a gold buying business, along with a printing business, a local labor club, a few politicians and a teacher.
WRWJRIII

Saint Louis, MO

#16 Sep 17, 2013
Charges? For expressing free speech? If community and county leaders can stand on a street corner and hold signs saying "Honk to Impeach Obama", then surely someone can make a sign or wear a shirt against what they feel are unjust actions by an individual.
All Facts

Saint Louis, MO

#17 Oct 22, 2013
Talk to some local business owners who were seen putting them up in various locations during the last local election. Amazingly, not at their business locations. If you feel so strong about it, advertise it at your place of business and not in someone's yard. The better question would be why did the yard sign with flashing lights come down so quick when the incident took place at the polls at the Service Center. For the real answer, you could ask the Mayor Ron Counts and Paul Freese and some of their chronies that were seen at another Poll Location wearing and carrying various articles with this weak logo on it and laughing about it. Now, that is your leadership acting childish in the public and at the polls. I call it 100% Classless! There are your sources for the "anti bullying" signs, stickers, etc. I'm sure they all have amnesia about the truth and facts though.
All Facts

Saint Louis, MO

#18 Oct 22, 2013
remember when wrote:
Yep, Evans is a whack job and so is she! Maybe they could wear those t-shirts "STUPID" and "I'm with stupid" that has the arrow pointing! Oh how fitting
Were these two not "cohearts" the previous year during the election when he lost to Paul Freese? Now he's on their side chumming up to them looking for an identity.
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Torrance, CA

#19 Oct 22, 2013
All Facts wrote:
Talk to some local business owners who were seen putting them up in various locations during the last local election. Amazingly, not at their business locations. If you feel so strong about it, advertise it at your place of business and not in someone's yard. The better question would be why did the yard sign with flashing lights come down so quick when the incident took place at the polls at the Service Center. For the real answer, you could ask the Mayor Ron Counts and Paul Freese and some of their chronies that were seen at another Poll Location wearing and carrying various articles with this weak logo on it and laughing about it. Now, that is your leadership acting childish in the public and at the polls. I call it 100% Classless! There are your sources for the "anti bullying" signs, stickers, etc. I'm sure they all have amnesia about the truth and facts though.
Would you be referring to a local print shop,a gold buying shop and a certain labor organization? Strange bedfellows dyed in the wool Republicans and a labor organization. Seems now there is talk of one of those very business owners being refunded their assessment on a certain bridge project. I wonder if that was part of the deal?

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#20 Oct 22, 2013
The only classless ones are you guys who feel the need to spread lies.

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