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severticas wrote:

I'd love to see police go around with paint slapped on their faces and dressed as clowns. Would really do a number to some kid's brian.

"You don't get to swing at me like that," the deputy says as the boy cries. "You can do what we've asked you to, or you can suffer the consequences."

Wat a mug. It's not like this little kid can do you much harm if he hit you a little.


I think it's more of the idea that he's punishing as opposed to the kid actually hurting him. If you let the kid grow up thinking it's okay to swing at people then he'll never learn.
Posted 8/4/15 , edited 8/4/15

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severticas wrote:

I'd love to see police go around with paint slapped on their faces and dressed as clowns. Would really do a number to some kid's brian.

"You don't get to swing at me like that," the deputy says as the boy cries. "You can do what we've asked you to, or you can suffer the consequences."

Wat a mug. It's not like this little kid can do you much harm if he hit you a little.


I think it's more of the idea that he's punishing as opposed to the kid actually hurting him. If you let the kid grow up thinking it's okay to swing at people then he'll never learn.


Bla bla bla... he's not thinking about this kid's future and nobody cares what he grows up to become. Better yet, it's entirely egotistical to think that will shape someone's future.

Actually, what am i saying? The cop can go ahead do what he likes to control the annoying kid but we don' need the crappy reasons.
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Jesus...
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I knew this was gonna be a stupid post.
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PrinceJudar wrote:

No one here is saying corporal punishment is the way to go. Restraining a kid from hurting himself and others is just being blown way out of proportion, especially compared to how things used to be. That's all.

Look again.

Regardless of whether the below were intended to be humorous, you do still hear some people today spout, "Spare the rod, spoil the child," and mean it quite literally.

As to the event the topic is about, I'd agree the kid probably needed to be restrained somehow if he was that out of control. I'm still not sure handcuffs were the ideal solution, (I mean, if the kid were a high-schooler, sure) but needs must, I suppose. Perhaps after this they'll find a way to better train or equip officers to deal with rampaging grade-schoolers.

Dear parents,

Belts aren't just for holding your pants up.
Make sure you stay away from the face, arms, and legs, though.

I think the parents should be lined up in the town square (middle of the holler) and flogged. 20 lashes each with a seawater soaked cat o nine tails.
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iriomote wrote:
Look again.

Regardless of whether the below were intended to be humorous, you do still hear some people today spout, "Spare the rod, spoil the child," and mean it quite literally.

As to the event the topic is about, I'd agree the kid probably needed to be restrained somehow if he was that out of control. I'm still not sure handcuffs were the ideal solution, (I mean, if the kid were a high-schooler, sure) but needs must, I suppose. Perhaps after this they'll find a way to better train or equip officers to deal with rampaging grade-schoolers.


Mah I see, but I took them as jokes tbh, probably half right.

Inb4 the invention of the velcro handcuff.
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This is why I hate being around kids. They can do whatever they want and get away with it. Don't care if you some disorder or not. And people wonder why I hide in my room all day.
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iriomote wrote:


PrinceJudar wrote:

No one here is saying corporal punishment is the way to go. Restraining a kid from hurting himself and others is just being blown way out of proportion, especially compared to how things used to be. That's all.

Look again.

Regardless of whether the below were intended to be humorous, you do still hear some people today spout, "Spare the rod, spoil the child," and mean it quite literally.

As to the event the topic is about, I'd agree the kid probably needed to be restrained somehow if he was that out of control. I'm still not sure handcuffs were the ideal solution, (I mean, if the kid were a high-schooler, sure) but needs must, I suppose. Perhaps after this they'll find a way to better train or equip officers to deal with rampaging grade-schoolers.

Dear parents,

Belts aren't just for holding your pants up.
Make sure you stay away from the face, arms, and legs, though.

I think the parents should be lined up in the town square (middle of the holler) and flogged. 20 lashes each with a seawater soaked cat o nine tails.


Read again.

I'm talking about the parents. Not the children
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darkrchaos wrote:

This is why I hate being around kids. They can do whatever they want and get away with it. Don't care if you some disorder or not. And people wonder why I hide in my room all day.


It's 'cause you're a gosh dang nerd.
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PrinceJudar wrote:


iriomote wrote:
Look again.

Regardless of whether the below were intended to be humorous, you do still hear some people today spout, "Spare the rod, spoil the child," and mean it quite literally.

As to the event the topic is about, I'd agree the kid probably needed to be restrained somehow if he was that out of control. I'm still not sure handcuffs were the ideal solution, (I mean, if the kid were a high-schooler, sure) but needs must, I suppose. Perhaps after this they'll find a way to better train or equip officers to deal with rampaging grade-schoolers.


Mah I see, but I took them as jokes tbh, probably half right.

Inb4 the invention of the velcro handcuff.


Not, 100% a joke, I got stabbed by a little shit once, and didn't take too kindly to it. Shit, I still have a scar from that little shit.
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PrinceJudar wrote:


iriomote wrote:
Look again.

Regardless of whether the below were intended to be humorous, you do still hear some people today spout, "Spare the rod, spoil the child," and mean it quite literally.

As to the event the topic is about, I'd agree the kid probably needed to be restrained somehow if he was that out of control. I'm still not sure handcuffs were the ideal solution, (I mean, if the kid were a high-schooler, sure) but needs must, I suppose. Perhaps after this they'll find a way to better train or equip officers to deal with rampaging grade-schoolers.


Mah I see, but I took them as jokes tbh, probably half right.

Inb4 the invention of the velcro handcuff.


Not, 100% a joke, I got stabbed by a little shit once, and didn't take too kindly to it. Shit, I still have a scar from that little shit.


I'd find that 100% reason to legally punch a kid.
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I'd find that 100% reason to legally punch a kid.


Naw, I just laughed and the case worker and I had them all charged and hauled off to juvenile hall in their PJ, then we sat down and worked out the end of shift all alone because those little shits didn't want to be nice in a halfway house, they could deal with the big boys in juvy all night long. Real hardasses when I was ordered NOT to do anything, but that all turned to bitch-tears and piss when they got locked up and taken to jail.
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byClear wrote:

If you let the kid grow up thinking it's okay to swing at people then he'll never learn.


This. Seriously just the biggest tantrum. I have ADHD, and never threw a fit like that as a kid. My mum would have whipped my hide bloody if I ever did that.

When I was tutoring elementary school kids, I noticed A LOT of them thought being violent or back talking was either "cool" or "funny". The parents wouldn't bother to correct them most of the time. They would write it off as "oh, they're just being kids", and do nothing about it, while also telling you that it's THEIR job to correct their kid when hey misbehave and not you. Which was something that actually happened after I put a misbehaving student in time out.
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This makes me think of my mother. She use to work at a school and there was a kid that always threw fits. She said they made a deal with him. They would give him a candy bar at the end of each day if he agreed not to have a tantrum.
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I think the cop handled that properly. He simply restrained the child.

So many things get forgiven these days by simply claiming that you are stupid.
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