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Rishon Le Zion, Israel

#1 Nov 14, 2013
Recent allegations of bullying have surfaced in the NFL. Is there any connection between what goes on among adults and what goes on in our playgrounds?
In our newest blog we tackle the question: what can educators learn from the Richie Incognito story?
http://www.hertzfurniture.com/school-matters/...
MaltaMon

Stewartstown, PA

#3 Nov 18, 2013
Devious Jeering Worm

Ringwood, UK


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The worst kind of bullying is the type institutionalised by Phil and Maltamon


Lol. And what type of bullying have we "institutionalized", you silly sick perverted child of a man?
Phil

Manchester, UK

#4 Nov 18, 2013
Devious Jeering Worm wrote:
The worst kind of bullying is the type institutionalised by Phil and Maltamon
see https://www.gov.uk/school-uniform
Quick answer
School uniform
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Each school decides its uniform and must not discriminate based on gender, race, disability, sexual orientation or belief.
Discipline
The head teacher can discipline your child for not wearing the school uniform. Your child can only be suspended or expelled if they repeatedly ignore the uniform rules.
Help with the cost of buying uniforms
If your child isn’t wearing the uniform because you can’t afford it, talk to the head teacher. The school should give you time to buy the right clothes. If you’re in England, you can also get financial help from your local council.
School uniform can include clothes for PE lessons.
Discrimination
Schools can decide if girls can wear trousers, or if religious dress is allowed. If you think your child is being discriminated against, talk to the head teacher.
Changes to the school uniform
If you’d like the school uniform changed, talk to the head teacher and school governors. If the school has a parent/teacher association, they may be able to help. If you’re forced to buy uniforms from an expensive supplier, get advice from the Office of Fair Trading.
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I think it is farcical that the Uk Government claims Pe Kits must not discrimination on grounds of gender.
1 What about schools that allow girls to wear fleeces and tracksuit tops but not boys?
2 What about schools that force girls to wear sports trousers but boys must wear shorts?
3 What about schools that give girls the unfettered option to wear tracksuit bottoms but boys are limited to inclement weather or the winter time and then only at the teacher's discretion?
4 What about boys that are forced to wear all white pe kits that reveal underwear whereas girls wear dark shorts and tops?
5 What about boys being forced to wear reversible rugby tops where they have to turn their tops inside out on the rugby field?
6 What about compulsory football boots for boys not girls?
7 What about boys having to wear speedo briefs for swimming while girls get comfortable one piece swim suits?
8 What about those primary schools that still require boys do indoor pe topless?
9 What about those schools that still make it compulsory for boys to shower not girls?
10 What about those schools which require boys to change underwear or force them to put swimming trunks under shorts but not girls?
No we are not free nor equal. The Maltamon must bear arms and phil must cover up on skype!
"If you’d like the school uniform changed, talk to the head teacher and school governors"

There you go, DJW.
Stop wasting your childhood on here and do something about it.
That would be real campaigning, not the pathetic, immature drivel you post on here.
MaltaMon

Merchantville, NJ

#5 Nov 18, 2013
Phil wrote:
<quoted text>
"If you’d like the school uniform changed, talk to the head teacher and school governors"
There you go, DJW.
Stop wasting your childhood on here and do something about it.
That would be real campaigning, not the pathetic, immature drivel you post on here.
Hear! Hear!
MaltaMon

Myerstown, PA

#8 Nov 20, 2013
Neil went to grammar school in the late 1960s and had to shower in school. Now, what on earth does that have to do with you, DJ, or any of the rest of us in 2013? Why don't you stop living in the past? Had you developed normally both emotionally and sexually you wouldn't be searching the web for these pointless tales.
MaltaMon

Cherry Hill, NJ

#10 Nov 22, 2013
Okay,DJ. It's ended. I just ended it.
MaltaMon

Lancaster, PA

#14 Nov 26, 2013
Towel snaps? Chinese burns? Nipple twists? Pantsing? Wedgies? THIS is what you're concerned with? Lol. Nah. This is just more of the sort of kid stuff that turns you on, DJ. Gets you hard, makes you come.
MaltaMon

Trenton, NJ

#16 Nov 27, 2013
WTF? If actors are hired for a shower scene, they can either get naked and get paid or not take the job. Simple. What is your problem with that, DJ? You are one who "consumes" nude scenes in movies.
MaltaMon

Riverton, NJ

#18 Nov 28, 2013
dance jump wiggle wrote:
<quoted text>aS Usual MM is an apologist for the unthinkable!
http://hepg.org/hel/article/535
chools and bullies are so closely linked that even young kids who feel threatened know to avoid unsupervised areas: school yards, locker rooms, stairwells, cafeterias, the school bus. The only problem is, of course, they can’t.
Now comes a documentary that will make even the most complacent adult feel the terror that school bullies can inspire. Bully, which opened nationally April 13, offers a hard look at the kind of violent and emotional abuse many children face daily when they leave for school in the morning.
The film’s award-winning co-producer and director, Lee Hirsch, who was once a victim of bullying, has said in interviews that he made the film for the “12-year-old me.” The trauma, he has said, stayed with him for a long time, and the point of the film is to illustrate the seriousness of the problem.
Many of the adults in the film don’t come off too well. Their neglect in protecting their young charges—whether through ineptitude, cluelessness, or carelessness—seems a significant moral failure, which is why every educator should be required to see this film.
The shame and humiliation of public abuse generally makes it hard for kids to communicate or get help.
But after seeing the raw footage of the abuse on the school bus, Alex’s parents nervously visit his middle school to complain. The vice principal, however, cuts them off.“I’ve been on that bus,” she says,“and they’re just as good as gold,” before brightly changing the subject to photos of her grandchildren.
Also in denial is the Georgia school superintendent for Tyler’s school, who insists the school doesn’t have problems with bullies.
Adults in the film have a hard time knowing how to respond. In the words of one Murray County spokesman at a hearing about Tyler’s death,“This is an awfully complicated and difficult issue.”
Stein has found the most effective responses include building-wide interventions that deal with bullying in all its forms: hazing, sexual harassment, cyberbullying, gay bashing, and race-based hate crimes.“Both victims—and bystanders—must feel empowered to come forward,” she says.“They must feel listened to, and they must feel protected when speaking up."
New anti-bullying laws (enacted in all states except Montana) help. They assert that students are entitled to a safe learning environment and require schools to put anti-bullying measures in place.
Also in April, a Jefferson County, Ky., mother filed a restraining order against a fourth-grade classmate of her daughter’s when school authorities “failed to protect her.”
It is ironic that a film with this subject matter initially faced being barred from school screenings when the Motion Picture Association of America gave it an R rating for swearwords—as if dirty words could somehow be more disturbing than the content of the film. Only after a concerted lobbying campaign and the removal of three words did the ratings board lower it to PG-13.
Educators should see this film, but why stop there? This is a film that middle-schoolers should also see. Children are sensitive to issues of fairness and justice, and they are articulate on these topics. Screening Bully might generate one of the most interesting conversations—about power, group behavior, victimhood, empathy, and courage—that students could have all year.
Colleen Gillard is a freelance writer and contributor to the Harvard Education Letter.
DJ, You didn't write a line of the above. And, as always, you ignored my question.
MaltaMon

Riverton, NJ

#19 Nov 28, 2013
Also, whenever you appropriate someone else's entire article or statement from another site, as you do here, you always cut off the first letter.("chools and bullies...") There is no way that you'll ever undertake a genuine campaign or otherwise do something that matters. You are much too lazy, DJ.
MaltaMon

Riverton, NJ

#22 Nov 29, 2013
Again, you plagiarize, refuse to answer my questions, make wildly hypocritical claims, and make preposterous demands. Tell you what,,DJ: YOU end the bullying of the epoch in which we have to live--end it worldwide, not just in one state of a country you've never visited--and YOU the nudity and the PE standards of yesteryear, which, in fact, are no longer in effect.
MaltaMon

Riverton, NJ

#23 Nov 29, 2013
End them now, DJ, and forever. YOU say you're a campaigner. Go ahead and end it.
Bob

Dorval, Canada

#25 Dec 1, 2013
MaltaMon wrote:
End them now, DJ, and forever. YOU say you're a campaigner. Go ahead and end it.
Go ahead and end it?
MaltaMon, I have challenged you before: if I have raped your son, make that call: call your lawyer, call the DA, call your local police, call your state police, call the FBI, call the RCMP, call the Surete de Quebec and the OPP, call the Montreal and Toronto police, call your city councillor, call your senator, call your congressman, call your governor, call the President, call the Prime Minister of Canada, call the premiers of Quebec and Ontario, call the mayors of Toronto, New York, Philadelphia, and Montreal. Call whoever it takes to take action against me for the rape of your son, but make that call! Do it today! Tell them that your son was raped! Tell them that your son's rapist is at large! Tell them that he posts on Topix! But make that call! Do it now! Do it today! But do it, MaltaMon! Make that call! Demand action! Demand justice! Demand that the evil Pedo Bob be punished!
But do it!
Do it for your son! Do it for yourself! Do it for me, for coyote, for Katie, for tnmtndude, for DJW, for Sir Arthur, for Zuiko, for LargeLanguage. for LineDazzle! But do it!
Do it now!
Do it!...or forever shut the F up! Please!
MaltaMon

Willow Grove, PA

#26 Dec 2, 2013
Bob wrote:
<quoted text>
Go ahead and end it?
MaltaMon, I have challenged you before: if I have raped your son, make that call: call your lawyer, call the DA, call your local police, call your state police, call the FBI, call the RCMP, call the Surete de Quebec and the OPP, call the Montreal and Toronto police, call your city councillor, call your senator, call your congressman, call your governor, call the President, call the Prime Minister of Canada, call the premiers of Quebec and Ontario, call the mayors of Toronto, New York, Philadelphia, and Montreal. Call whoever it takes to take action against me for the rape of your son, but make that call! Do it today! Tell them that your son was raped! Tell them that your son's rapist is at large! Tell them that he posts on Topix! But make that call! Do it now! Do it today! But do it, MaltaMon! Make that call! Demand action! Demand justice! Demand that the evil Pedo Bob be punished!
But do it!
Do it for your son! Do it for yourself! Do it for me, for coyote, for Katie, for tnmtndude, for DJW, for Sir Arthur, for Zuiko, for LargeLanguage. for LineDazzle! But do it!
Do it now!
Do it!...or forever shut the F up! Please!
Get a grip, Bob.
MaltaMon

Reading, PA

#28 Dec 3, 2013
Delaware Jersey Wyoming wrote:
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At least you have a firm grip on your penis Molly.
I think BOB left out Lord Byron, Winlow C Flydipper & Romeoisinthere and your many reincarnations Maltamon.
What are you going to do to end bullying Molly.
-Demand a Federal ban on Paddling in all American schools. Withdraw federal funding to all schools that carry out this barbaric practice.
Allow all elementary children to carry Assault rifles in schools to prevent tutors paddling them or forcing them into communal showers.
End closed circuit surveillance in Elementary, Junior High & High schools!
Release your son from the naked dungeon you put him in, in the basement. 20 years is long enough, he must be released to the care of the Social Services without Phil viewing him on Skype!
More of your usual preposterous commentary laced, as always, with your sexual fantasy and childish references to penises and other male private parts. You seedy disgusting pervert.
colnago80

Falls Church, VA

#29 Dec 4, 2013
MaltaMon wrote:
WTF? If actors are hired for a shower scene, they can either get naked and get paid or not take the job. Simple. What is your problem with that, DJ? You are one who "consumes" nude scenes in movies.
I believe that we had a discussion on this issue on another thread.
Several of the boys who appeared in the shower scene naked were underage, including 15 year old Brad Renfro, and according to MaltaMon at the time this was child pornography.
MaltaMon

Oaklyn, NJ

#32 Dec 8, 2013
Why the hard on for a dead actor? Must be all his nide scenes. You're as queer as they come.
MaltaMon

Oaklyn, NJ

#33 Dec 8, 2013
**Nude scenes. Always with the nudity. Perverted middle-aged freaks.
Bob

Dorval, Canada

#34 Dec 8, 2013
And once again, the moron has to correct one of his outrageous typos. So much for that PhD and graduate school in France...

Hahahahahaha!
MaltaMon

Oaklyn, NJ

#35 Dec 8, 2013
Lol. Right. In 1987 typing with a thumb onto a tiny touch-screen keyboard was among the requirements for granting of the Ph.D.. They were very much ahead of the times at JHU. And "outrageous"? Typographical errors? Lol. Your mind really can't handle much, can it, Pedo Baby?

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