paddleing in school

paddleing in school

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i agree

Mount Vernon, KY

#1 Aug 20, 2008
hell yes there should be paddling in school i got my ass burnt up almost everyday ..i went to burning springs and got my ass smoked almost everyday by maggie campbell and i am 40 years old and never been in jail or any trouble of anykind.bust there asses i say..cuz if we dont alow the teachers to bust oure kids asses the law will not allow the parents to do it ..i you whip ur kids in the right way the fukin social workers is going to come and take ur children right out of ur home and give them to some shit bag that will get 1k per month per child from the state ...
Peddler of Death

London, KY

#2 Aug 20, 2008
I agree 100%, I got my ass tanned a few times and it sure kept me on the right path, you jerk a knot in a kids ass from time to time and they will think twice about acting up.

But on the other hand, too many ppl feel sorry and are wussies when it comes to punishment, the greedy ppl wanting to sue everyone over any little thing do not help either.
whatever

AOL

#3 Aug 20, 2008
The Bible says spare the rod and spoil the child... I say whip mine's tail if they act up at school. I got whiped and it didn't hurt me either. I have never been in any kind of trouble and have never been in jail. I wish they would bring back the paddlings. Not gonna hurt em.
911 emergency

London, KY

#4 Aug 20, 2008
You sound like a bunch of child abusers. Let me see one of you out in public hitting your child, I will call 911 and social services pronto.
Peddler of Death

London, KY

#5 Aug 20, 2008
911 emergency wrote:
You sound like a bunch of child abusers. Let me see one of you out in public hitting your child, I will call 911 and social services pronto.
Oh cry us a river you big wuss!
i rebuke you

London, KY

#6 Aug 20, 2008
911 emergency wrote:
You sound like a bunch of child abusers. Let me see one of you out in public hitting your child, I will call 911 and social services pronto.
yeah thats the problemb it's people like you that have there noses in everyone elses busnes ..thats whats wrong with the kids today im 40 got whiped in school all the time my dad had whiped me 2 times in my life and both times i deserved it ..and im shure ur little angel never did anything wrong that deserved punishment ...you probley one of those people that fosters other peoples children for the money get a life nosey ass ...
911 emergency

London, KY

#7 Aug 20, 2008
i rebuke you wrote:
<quoted text>yeah thats the problemb it's people like you that have there noses in everyone elses busnes ..thats whats wrong with the kids today im 40 got whiped in school all the time my dad had whiped me 2 times in my life and both times i deserved it ..and im shure ur little angel never did anything wrong that deserved punishment ...you probley one of those people that fosters other peoples children for the money get a life nosey ass ...
You are very wrong. I was abused and neglected as a child. It is a miracle that my siblings and I are alive today.

I know abuse when I see it and I will report it. I just wish someone had done the same for me.
the peoples choice

London, KY

#8 Aug 21, 2008
spare not the rod to spoil the child. I believe in paddling one. The children have gotten totally out of hand now a days since they got rid of paddling in school.
Lord knows I had a few paddlings in school back when I was young and I turned out to be a Good Man. I used to be in law enforcement and I know what parents are the ones getting abused now adays. Or should I say mentally getting abused because a child doesn't get its way.
Parents need to be the parents and not the other way around. My mother always said since they changed the laws that if one of her children went as far as calling social services on her that she would personally dial the number and reach that child the phone, and by the time they got to the house they would have a reason to be there. LOL

So Parents stop being Intimidated by your children and call their bluffs. Start being the Parent and let them know that you are not going to put up with their bull. Let them know that you mean business and when you do have to discipline them always let them know what they have done wrong and why you had to do what you had to do to teach them about being responsible and teaching them the simple word "Respect".
Teach them their word is all that they have that is worth anything. That, honor and honesty and intigrity is something that makes a person who they are. Not material things and getting their way. Treating others as they want to be treated is words to live by.

Good Luck Parents You Are Your Children's Future
So be the parent and show them your Love by teaching them about life.
Facts

London, KY

#9 Aug 21, 2008
Corporal punishment can and often does result in injuries to students. Bruises are common. Sometimes bones are broken.

Corporal punishment is often arbitrarily applied. It's disproportionately used on poor children, students with disabilities and boys. Blacks are hit at more than twice the rate of whites for similar offenses.

Corporal punishment is a punishment, not a solution. The same children are punished over and over. Schools using it often have poorer academic achievement, more truancy, more vandalism and higher drop-out rates.

Corporal punishment teaches students that violence is an acceptable response to conflict. It shows tacit consent for physical abuse of children.
whatever

AOL

#10 Aug 21, 2008
911 emergency wrote:
You sound like a bunch of child abusers. Let me see one of you out in public hitting your child, I will call 911 and social services pronto.
There is a distinct difference between a swap on the behind and child abuse. I know I was paddled in school, only a few times, and deserved it when i got it. I was punished at home only twice also and deserved that too. I was in school when the paddling was taken away and I saw the changes overnight. Students knew when they did wrong they were going to get away with it. And that is the problem today. Kids know that their parents are scared to punish them, because of how weak our society has become. They know they have the bluff in on theirs parents, "You whip me I will call the police." I am a strong believer that if the punishment is warranted and done right there is nothing wrong with it. I am in no way belittling you for your past, who ever did that to you should be locked away for ever. All I am saying is corporal punishment, if done right, is not a wrong. I will punish my child, if and when he needs it, and do it the right way. A little red bottom is not going to kill him.
whatever

AOL

#11 Aug 21, 2008
Facts wrote:
Corporal punishment can and often does result in injuries to students. Bruises are common. Sometimes bones are broken.
Corporal punishment is often arbitrarily applied. It's disproportionately used on poor children, students with disabilities and boys. Blacks are hit at more than twice the rate of whites for similar offenses.
Corporal punishment is a punishment, not a solution. The same children are punished over and over. Schools using it often have poorer academic achievement, more truancy, more vandalism and higher drop-out rates.
Corporal punishment teaches students that violence is an acceptable response to conflict. It shows tacit consent for physical abuse of children.
Students, all kids, need to understand that there are consequences for their actions. Writing, "I will not do this again." a hundred times is not going to make them not do it again. Come on people.
Otto

London, KY

#12 Aug 21, 2008
There is a big difference in spanking a child and abusing.Got my butt beat off also.Im grown now and a whipping didnt hurt me.
youre wrong

Manchester, KY

#13 Aug 21, 2008
911 emergency wrote:
<quoted text>
You are very wrong. I was abused and neglected as a child. It is a miracle that my siblings and I are alive today.
I know abuse when I see it and I will report it. I just wish someone had done the same for me.
well it is a shame that you were aledgley were abused ..i think it is just as bad of abuse if you dont punish a child if it dose sompthing wrong ..that can also be considered neglect ..if you love youre children you will correct thiem.i think if you just allow thiem to do what ever the hell they want to you will be raising children on dope and kids with kids ..that is neglect .now if you parents were beeting the dog shit out of you for no reason yeah that is abuse.but a smack on the tush isant abuse ..and when you see someone correcting thier kids you ned to think befor you run ur face you might not know the whole situation..the kid might be rebelling ...and ther mom and dad might be trying to keep them off drugs and away from drugheads ...
Go back to church

London, KY

#14 Aug 21, 2008
whatever wrote:
The Bible says spare the rod and spoil the child... I say whip mine's tail if they act up at school. I got whiped and it didn't hurt me either. I have never been in any kind of trouble and have never been in jail. I wish they would bring back the paddlings. Not gonna hurt em.
The phrase "Spare the rod and spoil the child" is not from the Bible but from Samuel Butler's "Hudibras", a 17th Century satirical poem. The poem, like his novel, The Way of All Flesh, was written to expose and denounce violence against children.

While the "rod" is mentioned many times in the Bible, it is only in the Book of Proverbs that this word is used in connection with parenting. The book of Proverbs is attributed to Solomon, an extremely cruel man whose harsh methods of discipline led his own son, Rehoboam, to become a tyrannical and oppressive dictator who only narrowly escaped being stoned to death for his cruelty. In the Bible there is no support for harsh discipline outside of Solomon's Proverbs. By contrast, the writings in the Gospels, the most important books in the Bible for Christians, contain the teachings of Jesus Christ, who urged mercy, forgiveness, humility, and non-violence. Jesus saw children as being close to God, and urged love, never punishment.
id have to say

Mayfield, KY

#16 Aug 22, 2008
Give me writing for a punishment, I'll have someone else do it. Paddle me, and I will never forget it. You don't have to use harsh punishment. I'm positive football players receive worse injury from playing then what one would incur from paddling. I realize that some children weren't just paddled but beaten by their parents and yes that is indeed sad. But honestly, this still occurs. The poster who talked about the facts associated with paddling, outdated information because paddling hasn't been allowed in over 16 years at schools.
Peddler Of Death

London, KY

#17 Aug 22, 2008
Writing for punishment in school did nothing but ruin my handwriting, I formed and horrible habit because I wanted to get it done so quickly and tried to get as many words on one page as possible, handwriting punishment is useless.
Otto

London, KY

#18 Aug 23, 2008
youre wrong wrote:
<quoted text>well it is a shame that you were aledgley were abused ..i think it is just as bad of abuse if you dont punish a child if it dose sompthing wrong ..that can also be considered neglect ..if you love youre children you will correct thiem.i think if you just allow thiem to do what ever the hell they want to you will be raising children on dope and kids with kids ..that is neglect .now if you parents were beeting the dog shit out of you for no reason yeah that is abuse.but a smack on the tush isant abuse ..and when you see someone correcting thier kids you ned to think befor you run ur face you might not know the whole situation..the kid might be rebelling ...and ther mom and dad might be trying to keep them off drugs and away from drugheads ...
I agree with you 100%Dont let your kids run wild,spank their butts and they will grow up to respect their parents.Dont let them grow up to be whowees.
Seriously

London, KY

#19 Aug 23, 2008
911 emergency wrote:
<quoted text>
You are very wrong. I was abused and neglected as a child. It is a miracle that my siblings and I are alive today.
I know abuse when I see it and I will report it. I just wish someone had done the same for me.
There's a big-ass difference between child abuse and disciplining a child. I was neither abused nor neglected when I was growing up. My mother stayed home and raised us, and she used a switch on us when we needed it, and only when we needed it. Daddy used a belt when we needed it, and only when we needed it. At bed time, it was like the Walton's house...everybody saying good night and I love you. I always felt loved...never abused!!! I had a couple of spankings at school as well, but only a couple. I was taught AT HOME the right way to act and how to respect others.
Get real ppl

Mayfield, KY

#20 Aug 23, 2008
I got paddled when I was in school too. It left a big mark on my tuss for a long time but I always remembered it and I have never been in any trouble or in jail in my life. I love my kids more than anything in the world but I had rather see them cry for a little while then out dead or on drugs or stealing like alot of the kids these days. If you let them away with it when they are little then you are going to have hell to pay when they get grown. And I do feel for the kids that are abused when they are kids but there is a big difference in abuse and busting ass.I got 2 in my life from my parent and I remembered both of them and now that I am grown I respect her so much. I wouldnt be the person i am today if not for the spankings i got back then.
ric

London, KY

#21 Aug 23, 2008
Go back to church wrote:
<quoted text>
The phrase "Spare the rod and spoil the child" is not from the Bible but from Samuel Butler's "Hudibras", a 17th Century satirical poem. The poem, like his novel, The Way of All Flesh, was written to expose and denounce violence against children.
While the "rod" is mentioned many times in the Bible, it is only in the Book of Proverbs that this word is used in connection with parenting. The book of Proverbs is attributed to Solomon, an extremely cruel man whose harsh methods of discipline led his own son, Rehoboam, to become a tyrannical and oppressive dictator who only narrowly escaped being stoned to death for his cruelty. In the Bible there is no support for harsh discipline outside of Solomon's Proverbs. By contrast, the writings in the Gospels, the most important books in the Bible for Christians, contain the teachings of Jesus Christ, who urged mercy, forgiveness, humility, and non-violence. Jesus saw children as being close to God, and urged love, never punishment.
then line them up and stone their ass.

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