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The guy in the red plaid shirt has greasy hair eww!
most of the kids/teens that bully have low self esteem or are angry for whatever reason and like
to take it out on other kids bullying is wrong no matter how angry you are or even if you don't like
the person it's never ok to bully but yeah I think it's so annoying when parents
make excuses for there children if they know there child is being a bully they need to stop them
not be like oh no my Ralphie is so perfect! umm no
by redvelvetluv on 6/12/2013 6:03:36 PM
this is not right. I don't think that it's up to the kids to stop the bullying, I think that parents and teachers should be involved, but fining their parents isn't going to stop it. it is what the kid did, not the parent. the probably wasn't involved. bullying should be taken care of immediately, but not with more money. there could be suing, and fights. also, like I said, the parents didn't bully the child. the other child did.
by fiafia17 on 6/12/2013 5:49:31 PM
Bravo! This is exactly what we need! Sure, kids may be responsible for the bullying, but in most cases the real blame lie with the parents, who have obviously been too careless in paying attention to their child or have taught them to behave this way. Even if the kids who are doing the bullying grew up in a nice home with parents who care about them and their well-being, the fines are still a wake up to let the parents know of their child's whereabouts outside of the home. Kudos to you Wisconsin!
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