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10.06.2009

Good Grief

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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

When that was on the news a big discussion at work centered around as the parent, how we would want to take out our anger on the bullies. Not pretty.

Anonymous said...

Kids are so mean sometimes. I have a 12 year old and you would not believe some of the things he goes thru at school.

Anonymous said...

I really wish the kids in the world weren't so mean. If only kids could see this maybe they would realize that they need to use their heads and think before taunting someone. My thoughts and prayers are with this little ones family.

Kip said...

Godspeed young man.

Do you think the sociopaths that picked on him are feeling any remorse? Naw, me either. I'm sure they blame it on him. "He was asking for it because he was weird"

Their were 3 sociopaths that picked on kids in my grade at school. Other kids would join in the dog-pile. When I was younger, I would join in. (Hey, if they are picking on him, they were leaving me alone!) Then one day in 5th grade P.E., I noticed this poor schmucks ass while we were dressing out. It was bruised black,blue and purple-yellow. His Father was beating him. My God, I thought, this kid is getting it at home too? From that day I never picked on another kid. I didn't become an advocate for the picked on kids, I just opted out.

Anonymous said...

That's horrible. It makes me sad for him and his family. No one should be bullied- we as a society are better than that.

Anonymous said...

The bullies ought to be singled out and have their names put on a real large sign in front of the school saying "Congratulations for your part in the death of Hunter."

What jerks. I hope they're (mentally) "scarred" for life for what they did.

'Nuff said. Bullies are THE ultimate cowards.

Anonymous said...

So sad. My heart goes out to the family of that boy.

Anonymous said...

I had a Lean Cuisine for lunch today.

Anonymous said...

How many of us (certainly me) bully somebody every day - even on here.

Words hurt. They can also heal.

That is so sad about that young boy. Those bullies that hurled insults at him will live with that the rest of their lives.