It seems like almost everyone has their own excuses for perpetuating dishonesty and inconsistency.
When some jock faggot retard knocks down a stranger on the sidewalk, he could just say, "I was just practicing my football moves."
When the same jock faggot retard sexually assaults or rapes some stranger, he could say, "I was just practicing what we practice in the locker room."
Etc., etc., the list goes on and on. Kids, or some kids, are enouraged to practice behaviors in one setting that are crimes in any other settings, and we wonder why they can't differentiate why in one setting it is appropriate, when in another it is not.
And in all such cases, members of the public at large generally will square off and take sides, according to their own need to perpetuate dishonesty and inconsistency.
Either the behavior is appropriate everywhere, or it is not appropriate anywhere. Retarded kids and retarded adults cannot differentiate like this, and that is why our prisons are over-filled, with people going in and out repeatedly.
There are legal definitions in every state for a wide variety of crimes against persons. If every student, from the very early ages, were taught the precise definitions of these crimes, and the punishments for these crimes, there would be a lot less of these crimes against persons.
There would probably be a lot less "contact sports" also, but that would be the price of legal consistency. There would probably also be a lot less communal showers, restrooms, and such, and that would surely interfere with the objectives of the communal homo agenda.
Wow! I never considered this point. Excellent insight!
The homo agenda! Indeed! Yes!
By the way, I wonder, of all the people who phoned and e-mailed the Boys Scouts this week, how many of them **WILLINGLY** send their children off to the homosexual dominated government schools?
“It really doesn’t matter if he loses a fights against bullies. At least he is able to say that he stood up to them. And the real outcome is once you stand up to a bully, it is no longer worth the effort for the bully to pick on you if he knows he will be in a fight and will be hurt. There is always some softer, younger target to go after.”
That just isn’t always true.
My son fought a bully (and won) and the kid acted like it was a fluke. Came after my son a hundred times harder. It took more than a dozen beat-downs before the kid finally let up.
Then the kid went after easier targets and my son beat him up for *that*.
At one point, the kid reported my son for breaking his nose. Thankfully, the school had common sense and didn’t use zero tolerance against my kid.
This kid is a *criminal*. And you’re right. NO adult would have to tolerate this abuse.