Dad sick and tired of a bully picking on his kid

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    Kelton Lynch
    I was the skinny kid everyone made fun of. In Junior High, a bully picked on me for a while and at one point in the hallway between classes Jean his friends surrounded me and I beat the hell out of him and kept it up until the teachers pulled me off. The conversation in the Vice Principles off was funny. He told me that I was suspended for fighting. Call my mother and come back after its up. Then turned to the other kid and said something like"I hope you learned a valuable lesson about picking fights with younger and small people. That kid was kicking your ass when we showed up". I got the odd look from many of the bully's after that but nobody else ever tried to start a fight with me.
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    Hilario Batz
    I used to be *THE MOST CONVERSATIONAL* kid in my elementary school, I was great with just the the basic conversation until this one day where I was doing the usual guard duty (I was the guard of my 5th grade class.) when all of sudden someone gets "bullied" and I tell the "bully" let's say his name was Bubba was "picking on" a 2 grade kid about almost the length of my legs and WELL. It was a prank on a friend but bad came to worst when the conversation turned romantic, turns out the bully who was a girl flirted with me all of a sudden I say, "I'm so sorry about this." EVERYONE WAS SILENT, also worst going horrible now I got removed from that school. Every good grade turned bitter.
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    Catherine Shanahan
    Like the ugly bully picking on the other ugly kid.
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    Kim Stokes
    I had 3 kids who bullied me when I was a kid. The only reason they stopped is because I got fed up and beat one with a wooden chair. The next one I just straight up punched and immediately he apologized for picking on me and I never had problems with him again. The last one I knocked the boy's tooth out. I was about 7-10 years old. I am very short for my age. The other boys were very tall and much older. I guess I seemed like an easy target. I'm pretty proud of that last one. I seem to remember that boy having about 2 feet and 100 lbs on me. The only way to get a bully to stop is to speak their language and convince them to stop fucking with you by kicking the shit out of them, at least in my experience.
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    Major Towne
    Here's the problem that I see with the whole bully thing, nothing ever happens to the bully. My daughter is going through this now, she has told teacher/principal and nothing has been done or addressed. If a kid stands up to the bully and fights back, then the kid is in trouble and still nothing for the bully. When I was younger you get bullied you fight back as many times as you need to, the bully will stop once they can see you are not going to put up with this shit. Parents need to take more of a stand for their children. If the kid downs stop picking on my daughter I'm going to bully the father and see how the fuck he likes it.
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    Amelia Jast
    I think the general rule is they are only a threat for as long as they're the aggressor. After the first couple of punches the "bully" was trying to get away. The guy getting "bullied" then became the clear aggressor. So he could very likely catch criminal charges if the other dude died. As a side note I put "bully" into quotes because as far as I know, no one here knows the backstory to this. For all we know the fat kid had gotten fed up with the skinny kid picking on him and finally stood up for him.... but this is reddit and that's dangerous thinking for around here, so I'm prepared to take my downvotes.
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    Brown Schulist
    Calm down? The future of America, and quite likely the fate of mankind, rests on an election between a warmongering bitch who makes private deals to bombard Syria, and a talking orange with a bad hairpiece who makes those deals out in public, in front of the American people. The least trumptarts can do is call him on his shit and make him know that he really IS a reprehensible, overflowing fecal containment unit. Instead, they cheer him on, like a crowd for the bully picking on some unpopular kid, bolstering his ego and feeding his delusions.
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    Wilburn Lemke
    I was only ever once a bully. At a week long camp in elementary school years I was being picked on by the "cool" kids for a while until I showed some surprising athletic skills and won some respect. Then I was "accepted" into the group, and they started picking on another kid, who happened to be the only other kid who was nice to me from the beginning. I went right along with it, goddamned KNOWING I was being an asshole. I still really hate myself for doing that.
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    Yessenia Ortiz
    Tactics are not Core Values. You can use their tactics without becoming them as long as you do not absorb their values. If you punch a bully in the nose to protect the kid he's picking on, you used the bully's tactic. But you did not become a bully. You simply spoke the language he understands.
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    Gabriel Rippin
    Dude, the right gathered the wood, lit the fire, fanned the flames, and then threw gas on the culture war. Your post is absurd. It's like the school bully lecturing the kid he has been picking on for years about the virtues of being peaceful.
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    Devonte McLaughlin
    At the start of last school year, a bully was picking on a friend of my son's. My boy sent this kid home with a busted up face. This kid's mother was a bit embarrassed when we met at a school function, with all the fuss she raised about that incident, seeing that her dumb ass kid got his ass handed to him by such a smaller and happier boy. J...proud of you, buddy!!
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    Nannie Feest
    I've always been quite small when I was a kid, and during my freshman year in secondary school a schoolmate threw me against a wall. The wall was thin and flimsy and on the other side turned out to be a teacher sipping a coffee. She came back into the classroom while I was still picking myself up. Got suspended together with the bully. :(
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    Van Parisian
    Why do we assume that the big guy was picking on the skinny guy? They obviously square off in the beginning, and other than looking like a stereotypical bully, there's nothing to suggest that the big kid picked the fight.
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    Jarrett Bauch
    Definitely not a bully picking on a kid. More like two kids who wanted to fight, and one that was all talk.
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    Dariana Schimmel
    If the Internet said a bully was picking on the wrong kid it must be true......surely.
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    Easton Cormier
    > Definitely not a bully picking on a kid. You don't know any more than OP does.
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    Kamron O'Hara
    In the 3rd Grade, I had the school Janitor bully me. He had the power of a campus recess supervisor and to clean toilets. Lunch recess was usually the time to empty my bladder. The bathroom is typically a mess due to trouble making kids picking up their own shit and smearing it on the walls. As I was entering the restroom he blocks me and starts yelling at me that he knows I'm the dirty kid who smears shit on the walls. So he tells me to sit by a building wall and skip recess. He's there watching me the whole 30 minutes. My classmates would pass by and a rumor started that I liked to play with my own shit. After that incident he would come up with any little excuse to make me sit against the wall and blame me for any mess that he had to clean. To people around the school, I was the good,well behaved kid that became the Shit Throwing Renegade.
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    Teagan Johnston
    If he had gotten up off the ground right away I definitely would have but that was easily one of the cleanest most textbook jaw rockers I've ever handed out. He was still slurrying his words at me all loud trying to yell but he never once made a move to fight me back. Between that and the ridiculousness of thinking it's okay to fight women but guys you presumed straight can't fight you cuz you're gay logic...I was laughing but like also disgusted by how pathetic you'd have to be to think that's logical. So part of me wanted to turn his face into mush while the other part of me was like ya know this guy isn't even worth it. And I probably wouldn't felt bad after cuz I know he can't fight he's just a really big guy so he looks like he can and after I mangled him I'd feel like a bully picking on a special kid or something if that makes any sense.
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    Norene Berge
    You said the kid is weak so imo, beating him up might make you seem like the bully, and I'd think people are more likely to take his side. You'd also get in a bunch of trouble and end up worrying and repercussions from his friend. There really is no shame in telling a teacher about this. I remember what it was like in school when someone's picking on you... telling a teacher about it feels like a really bad idea. But, it's one thing I really wish I'd done instead of just tolerating it. Pick a teacher you feel comfortable enough explaining your feelings to, and completely open up. Tell them how this other guy threatened you too. You could even say you don't want them to bring it up because you think that'd cause more trouble, but make it clear how much this is affecting you and you can't deal with it anymore.
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    Angel Kiehn
    I'm an anti-bully after being bullied for all of elementary school, I was friends with everyone and anyone except the bullies. In 8th grade there was a slow kid who was always getting picked on by one of the bullies. I told him multiple times that if I saw it I would whoop his ass. One day I walked into lunch and see him trapping the victim in a corner and starts to hit him. I was 5'6 230lb at the time . I ran full speed and clocked him then kicked the shit out of him until a teacher broke it up. He tried fighting me in the locker room a few weeks later and I hurt him pretty bad, he ended up apologizing to the victim and they became friends. I saw him picking on another kid a few months later and just told him it'd be worse if I caught him again. From what I could tell he stopped bullying, would still tease but he learned not to get physical.
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    Gerson Smith
    So it wasn't me but my two oldest brothers, at that time "Mark" was 6 and "John" was 10. John was always a very timid, kind boy while Mark was the complete opposite of that. It was the 4th grade and a bigger, stronger John's classmate started picking on him, the little 1st grader Mark noticed it, gathered all his classmates and decided to teach the bully a lesson. Later on my parents get a call from school, a very angry teacher was telling them to come pick up Mark because he and his classmates were all over the bully, they were like flees, you pull one off of him and another takes his place, this little army of 6 years old punching and poking a 10 years old kid. My dad sorted it all out, "scolded" Mark, took the kids back home and couldnt stop laughing. It's still one of his favorite stories.
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    General Bogisich
    My kid will probably be picked on (my husband and I were) and I know that zero tolerance probably isn't going anywhere. As long as she isn't picking fights, I'll tell her if words and teachers aren't helping, she can fight back as a last resort. She will get in trouble with the school, but she won't get in trouble with me. If she's being a bully though, she better hope the school offers in-school suspension because my punishment will be far worse. The house could always use a good scrubbing.
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    Gus Pacocha
    I was a bully for about 5 minutes in total in the first grade. I was the one who was getting made fun of mainly because I looked different than all the other kids, I was the only redhead in the entire school, but also because I was shy. I guess I thought if I went to the other side and be the one who made fun of others, kids would stop picking up on me and I'd look "tough." During one break I went to a kid with another student and made weird comments about her behavior and hair style. I didn't mean anything I said. I still vividly remember she looked at me confused and shy, not sure how to give a respond or what the hell I was talking about. I felt beyond terrible and never did anything like that again. Although we became friends later, I still regret it a lot.
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    Elisa Bartell
    Now you're just looking for excuses to not stand up for yourself. There was a pretty infamous fight in my school growing up where this popular kid was picking on a nerdy kid. The nerdy kid beat the everloving shit out of the bully. The bully's friends made fun of him until the end of time. People still talk about it and make fun of him to this day. Bullies are not necessarily strong or popular. They come in all shapes and sizes. A number of the bullies in my school growing up were scrawny women who thought they were invincible. A lot of them eventually had a humbling experience.
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    Stephen Pfannerstill
    Fun story part 2. This spider had a son named Jeremy. He was a cool kid. He liked to draw pictures. Mostly of mountains. His Dad didn't give much attention. His mom didn't care. Anyways he was in class giving a speech. Some kid started picking on him since you know his dad died in a car accident. The bully made jokes and everyone started laughing and pointing at him in class. His mom still didn't care. Get this Jeremy brought a gun to class. This spider was like I am not taking this and as the story goes he pulled the trigger. That clear albino spider's son was never the same again.
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    Angeline Raynor
    Could be there just isn't a lot of context here. The kid that slapped the smaller could well be a bully but how is it not bullying when four kids start picking on someone smaller than them, how is that justice?
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    Paula Boehm
    The "Bully" kid getting his arm broken by a girl that he was picking on... She hit him with a bottle of water and his arm basically imploded.
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    Kiarra Goyette
    Correct, if Putin wanted to actually provoke a response to see if we will bite, he would have invaded the Baltic countries. Being NATO members, we would be obligated to attack back. He's just the bully picking on the small kid while the teacher looks away.
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    Davin Corwin
    Hi /u/mucking_fidget, your post was removed because it appears to be a repost of a recent submission to /r/gifs: * [Dad sick and tired of a bully picking on his kid.](/r/gifs/comments/4qdt3o) (8292) by EZ\_does\_it 1 month ago. Similarity: 100.00 If you think this was a mistake, please [message the moderators](/message/compose?to=/r/gifs&subject=My%20post%20was%20removed&message=%5BThis%20post%5D%28%2fr%2fgifs%2fcomments%2f4zrsw1%2fbully_penguim_gets_taught_a_lesson%2f%29%20was%20removed%20by%20the%20bot%20for%20breaking%20rule%201,%20but%20I%20would%20like%20a%20second%20opinion%20from%20a%20human.).
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    Kory McKenzie
    I don't recall exactly, but wasn't that situation totally different...as in *that* bully was definitely not a 9 year old kid picking on a 5 year old, right? I think the people that failed OP were the school administrators, not that kid. It's up to the administrators to spot the bully, and investigate. They often times find that a 9 year old kid is being abused at home, and taking it out on younger kids. He was 9 years old for christ's sake. Dude's memory of that time is likely very vague, and may recall "picking on a 5 year old" and that's it. Also, the fact that OP is blaming many other problems in her life on the short time she had encounters with her very young childhood bully is somewhat absurd. It may lead us to believe that she has a whole host of other things going on that she likely should be in therapy for.
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    Leonel Stracke
    You have to be willing to take more damage to inflict a little bit of damage. If the teasing continues you keep fighting until they realized it's not worth picking on you. In most cases they'll move on. Side bully story some kid in my neighborhood was bullied at school when we were in middle school. He never fight back and it continued for god knows how long. Anyways that summer his cousins from the north came to visit and they went out with a purpose and found the bully and ended up sending him to the hospital. Nothing happened to the cousins and they openly bragged about this is what happens if you miss with their family. Rumor going around was the parents knew what was happening and sent for the cousins. We were kids and we thought they were "connected" lol.
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    Jimmy Ratke
    Actually, as someone who has been a Snape fan from day 1, I agree with this completely. Snape and James didn't get along not because one was a bully picking on a vulnerable kid. They didn't get along because they were both assholes. Except one of them grew out of it.
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    Jannie Farrell
    Bullying is essential though. Bullying created Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. Without it you're allowing the weak to flourish without realizing how pathetic they really are. Bullying can help turn a pathetic life around once they realize it's really not the bully's fault, but their own. Without people picking on me for being a fat waste of life as a kid: I wouldn't have lost the weight, I wouldn't have had half the girls/girlfriends I did, I wouldn't have became one of the best athletes in the country, and most importantly I would have grown up to be completely unhealthy with a laundry list of health problems due to the weight. Bullying isn't always a bad thing.
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    Dexter Tromp
    If the point of the thread is to say your opinions out loud without getting downvoted to fucking Narnia, this is how it works. People whine about Stephanie McMahon putting herself over the talent, yet no one bats an eye when Graves very loudly and obnoxiously tries to divert all attention from the match to himself and basically resembles a schoolyard bully who thinks everyone will think he's cool if he keeps picking on that one socially awkward but well-meaning kid called /u/Puokki ... I mean Byron Saxton.
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    Lucy Hoeger
    School. It never takes the teacher 20 minutes to shut the hell up. And bullying usually isn't so out-in-the-open, especially when you're dealing with girls. The whole point is kind of not to get caught, they way it can go on for longer. Instead of picking a kid up and throwing him against a locker, it would go down more like- putting spitballs and trash into their hoodie, stealing their book or their pen so they can't do their work, kicking them under a table or pinching them, so when the teacher asks what's going on, no one but the two involved would be able to say for sure. That's if you have a smart bully anyway.
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    Ken Spencer
    You're the equivalent of some bully picking on a poor autistic kid and taunting him for "crying for his mom", while I'm the guy who pushed you out of the way and told you to stop being a dick. Of course you don't see what you've done wrong, sociopaths and narcissists never do...
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    Trevor Mayer
    > You should be thrown in there, see how you like it. I was punched nearly every day throughout primary school and secondary school. Pushed over more times than I can remember. Kicked a few times. One kid was put on suspension for kicking me on a station after school after a campaign of harassment. You'll excuse me if your empty threats and rants mean nothing to me. When you've been through abuse at school by a violent minority you will hardly be forgiving. I'd wager you had an easy childhood. I doubt you had much trouble at school you didn't start yourself. Perhaps *you* were the bully picking on those weaker than you. And maybe *that's* why you are so aghast that those who violently attack others should face strict punishments.
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    Benedict Hauck
    My favorite parenting guilty pleasure is watching my soon to be four year old girl take on a bully. She is this adorable little thing but if she spots to picking on some or being mean the fire flows out of her!! It's always funny to the face of kids and parents when the kid tries to push her out of the way at this slide and she plants her self hard strong arms them off her and refuse to move until the apologize.
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    Rubie Shanahan
    I was bullied alot as a kid, i was poor sorrounded by kids of ranchers, i was an easy target, my bio dad abonded us, and my moms husband wasnt trying to give me men advice, whatever, i tried my best to avoid a certain bully, but he made my life miserable, i had fantasies of being bit by a radioactive spider and fighting back but that never happened. I suffered in silenece, until we moved to a city away from the country. I never fit in, but i learned to fight back, and fought back i did, i got beat up a lot but ppl would think twice about picking on me. Many years later, i ran into that bully from the country at a bar, i tried to forget it but i couldnt, i "accidently" bumped into him stepping on his shoes, we fought, and that night i slept the best i ever had
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    Arnulfo Muller
    Same kind of thing happened to me at youth soccer. I was a tiny kid, picture a nerdy runt. The older bigger kids like to pick on me. The ringleader enjoyed picking me up by my head because I couldn't do anything about it. My parents found out and encouraged me to try a new tactic... The Nut Kick. The next time this weasel came over at practice, I squeaked at him that if he touched me I'd kick him. Of course that isn't going to stop a big bully, so he picked me up. I kicked my little legs furiously and got him right in the balls. He dropped me and doubled over. While he was on the ground I took the opportunity to tromp right on his crotch with my soccer cleats. Necessary? No, but no one on that team bothered me again.
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    Destinee Kunde
    My brother came home from elementary school one day talking about a kid who was picking on him and pushing him around. My dad told him next time it happened to deck the kid and stand up for himself. So the next day my brother comes home proud of himself, grinning, and tells my dad he stood up the bully and hit him. "Good for you! Who was it?" "Irby! " "Wait, the kid with one arm?" "Yup!" (still grinning) "You hit a kid with one arm in the face?!" Yeah. He totally did. To be fair, that kid was a jerk and would poke people with his nub and say things like, "you can't hit me because I only have one arm!" I'd say he had it coming.
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    Theresa Walsh
    Good example. Both bullying and spanking are habits that need to die off. It could be argued that there are many people in the world who deserve to be mistreated for their actions, but as a civilized society we tend to frown on that line of thinking because it's so easily abused. The father should know for himself that he's a bully and change his attitude. If he wants to protect his kid against bullying, he can lead first by example, then second do the hard work of actually explaining how other kids are picking on him and helping him defend himself against *that*.
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    Elenor Gibson
    Didn't stop a bully from picking on me, but my friend and I were out back at our highschool smoking when two kids came out and it was declared they were going to fight. One put on a lone leather glove and put up his dukes. He got knocked around a bit by the other kid but it was obvious they had never fought before. My friend and I started yelling gay shit at them. "Suck his dick!!!" "Lick his asshole dude!" Etc. Eventually the fight broke up and they all went back inside together.
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    Mallie Hermann
    Since when is it not the 'masterrace' way (actually, who has the authority to say what that is anyway? Certainly not you) to squash shits like this into the dirt? How long have you even been here? We're not picking on an autistic kid. This guy is a fucking bully and he deserves everything he's getting and going to get. Take your whiteknight bullshit elsewhere.
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    Weldon Cole
    I pissed in a kid's mouth once. He was kind of a bully and picking on my brother. It was basically right in front of my house. I don't know what laws I broke, but it had to be at least a couple.
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    Heloise Schulist
    Generally speaking bullying is never a "one off" situation. So if multiple kids are complaining about a person or group then maybe keep an eye on them? Use some common fucking sense too... if the 70lbs kid is complaining about the 110lbs 2+ year older kid picking a fight probably 90% of the time the 70lbs kid is the victim (yes I realize younger/smaller kids can be shits too). In my case in school it was always 1 on 1 shit. Usually with kids my size so fights never went anywhere beyond a couple of shoves and mouthy language. But other kids would have 4+ kids bully them and then the staff would reason that obviously the 4+ kids were the victims not the 1 kid with the bloody nose.
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    Garrett Doyle
    hmmm.. for doubt about myself.. like not feeling good enough or not good looking or smart or whatever.. I've learned to treat those thoughts as if they're a mean bully picking on a kid and defend myself..... to myself... hahah I know it comes off crazy, but it works. I challenge the negative and replace them with positive thoughts about how smart pretty loving caring... etc. etc. since I'm so amazing ;D lol. Doubting myself about what I should do or say though.. that's more of an anxiety issue for me. I think I'm just learning to be more relaxed with time and not give a shit about outside judgments. I'm also on meds haha they help
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    Wendell Rippin
    My best friend's parents are Vietnamese. They literally practiced their distance swimming for weeks in the event they needed to escape. They were barely able to escape during the closing of the Vietnam War. Your father was over there protecting people like that. The fact that you have the audacity to denounce your own father for his service to his country in the fight against the failed practice of Communism is despicable. How about you drop the philosophy class and learn some history. Also, no one likes war. But sometimes the only way to stop the bully from picking on the little kid is to hit him square in the nose. Words spoken will not reach evil ears.
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    Georgianna Gorczany
    > Think about it this way, you handled it pretty well, because you're strong enough to do that. What about the next kid he starts picking on or making inappropriate comments to, who internalizes it and ends up feeling awful about themselves, or dreads going to school? It's best for all concerned that this teacher is disciplined (in whatever way that may be), and you did the right thing by standing up to this bully. If he's not disciplined, he'll just keep doing it to other people.
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    Lindsay Will
    Yep, picking on a kid who can't defend himself. Nothing more than a bully and I'd guarantee he wouldn't say anything about his son to KO's face.
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    Reyes Hansen
    Isn't there this video of a chubby kid (the one being picked on) picking up and slamming a scrawny kid (bully) to the ground lol
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    Richmond Jenkins
    Seriously anyone who has downvoted my comments I urge to try to level yourself and you will soon realize that the level creator is obviously someone who has plenty of experience in level design. I'm not picking on on some poor kid who didn't know better. This guy makes like extremely difficult levels and is a skilled player. So before you try to defend him against an evil internet bully (me) go ahead and seriously take a look at the level yourself. You will agree with me that it's complete bs. And it was built by a veteran level designer.
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    Rollin Walker
    Dad sick and tired of a bully picking on his kid.
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    Nicholaus Murazik
    I remember back on 6th grade, a kid who would bully other kids all the time and his parents were notified weekly of incidents involving their kid. On week, he was picking on a kid before school and his 10th grade brother had just dropped him off. He got out of the car when he saw him being pushed around and slammed the kid on the ground. It was hilarious. The kids parents actually came into the school the following day raising a shit fit in the principals office about what had happened. Personally, I wish those parents werent pices of shit because that kid who bullied people ended up in jail before he was in high school and his brother did after high school.
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    Hanna Hahn
    I don't know if it is a good thing or not, but they are going to consider any kind of bullying or picking on this kid etc etc etc inherently a hate crime now. Wait a minute, now that I just typed it, that's not a good thing. I imagine that this kid would grow up in a protective bubble because nobody would be allowed to make fun of or bully them. Which would lead to them going out into the real world where people are trying to shiest them at every turn. Then they will just whine because they are special and that's why people are being so mean to them... and people will pander... ugh... just make sure to vote Trump in November so this never happens.
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    Cristobal Kuphal
    unfortunately that other side is msotly just made up of angry teens, edgy folk or people who just like to jump on a bandwagon to bully. The other extremist element from the right... ... Well, they're literally racists. Not that someone shouldn't be called out for picking on someone for using social progressivism as an excuse to be an utter arse, but ones a dumb kid and the other is part of something that really is institutionalized and an active problem in society.
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    Bryce Rolfson
    Grade 6 bully, I was the tallest and slightly chunky kid everyone made fun of. Was minding my own business when this guy starts picking on me for hanging out at the swing set with my little sister. He pushes her down for sticking up for her weak cowardly older brother (his words, I just don't like confrontation) and something snapped in me and I knocked him out and gave his friend a bloody nose before the teachers got there. Luckily my homeroom teacher was a family friend and knew I wasn't violent so I didn't get in trouble where as the other two got in school suspensions. Was never bullied again and made a few friends!
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    Harmony Keeling
    Yeah, I mean as a spectator, I was kind of had high expectations for trump v Clinton, but as a citizen/voter, I was pretty disgusted with the options. I think the general consensus is that in a debate, getting nasty and mean debating a woman is a sure way to make yourself look bad, but, trump can't hurt his public opinion much, and Hillary is so disliked that it might be a situation like when a bully starts picking on a kid that no one likes to begin with, where everyone starts piling on, instead of feeling bad for her or sticking up for her. If this election goes as planned, I think its going to be like nothing we have ever seen
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    Sheridan Veum
    Not a parent, but my brother is 7 years younger than me and once when he was about 12 I was picking him up from school and some bully was picking on his friend who has a disability that requires him to always use crutches. The bully pushed this kid over and before I could get across the parking lot to say something my brother tackled the bully and beat the shit out of him, he was still swinging as I pulled him off the kid, it was a big parking lot so he got about 15 or 20 good shots in before I broke it up. Once we got back to my car I told him he should have stopped once the bully assumed the fetal position but I couldn't help smiling the whole ride home.
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    Evie Nitzsche
    I agree with you... you just have to pick those battles very carefully. Its not ok to strike someone because they hurt your feelings but there is a limit where the time for words has past, make it clear that limit has been reached then prepare to face the consequences of your actions. We tend to look down on the concepts of Honor and Respect in today's society because so often they are used to justify terrible things, but this does not make the concepts themselves terrible. All these people downvoting you would be upvoting a video where a school bully gets piledrived by the fat kid he is picking on.
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    Justice O'Hara
    > 5-year-olds are not bullies. This is the only thing I took issue with...because my son WAS bullied in kindergarten by a kid who'd had issues for the previous two years (that I was aware of...they went to the same preK) with picking on other kids and being mean to them. They were separated after that year and in second grade, we were rezoned by the district to a different school. But I continued..and continue to this day..to hear stories about this kid and how he's continued to bully other students.
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    Jessy Schumm
    This is funny if you are an immature punk kid who does not understand the roles and status difference here. We're supposed to be like, Ha ha, for a second she thought she was a part of history, but no, and worst, she's now viewed as just a loser who reached out and fell for his stupid, bully, shit move. Fuck him! He's fast. But has no class. So no respect from me. Would not let him into my house. Dumb primitive, uneducated, spoiled asshole. I hope he breaks a leg, the fucking jerk, picking on that lady.
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    Emmalee Parker
    Haha, I'm not bent out of shape, you don't know me at all! I love the typical response from internet bullies when someone speaks up for themselves. Junior High all over again. 1) Bully picks on kid. 2) Plan backfires on bully 3) Bully says he didn't mean any harm and tries to point blame back at the kid he was picking on. My friend, you need to grow up and get your white belt in life.
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    Garth Mosciski
    After years of being bullied by a particular student, I finally turned to him and said "why are you picking on me and not that other kid?" and he said "because I know he'd hit me back". Next time he did it I hit him back and that was the end of it. There's nothing else my parents taught me that was so wrong as that ignoring a bully will make them stop.
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    Bruce Leffler
    I remember an article on /r/nottheonion about an autistic kid who used his iPad to film a bully picking on him after multiple attempts to get the principle to do something. The principle called the cops on the kid for wire tapping. The kid was released from custody and charges dropped by the principles till has a job.
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    Cruz Emmerich
    When I was in middle school, (not a teacher blah blah), I was riding my scooter home, and this kid who was a bully to me was making loud groans, which he only does around me, making fun of me being (mildly) autistic, he and his friends followed me making monkey noises and getting in my face, a man pulled out of his car and pinned him to the fucking ground yelling at him, he was "arm locked behind his back" level of pinned down, yelling at him "PICK ON ME, PICK ON ME, WHY ARENT YOU PICKING ON ME HUH?" sure it was illegal for him to do that to the kid, but he really deserved it
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    Garrick Hackett
    Sorry, should have read the time stamp. And maybe it would be weird to bring it up, but maybe it wouldn't. That's something only you can ask. Then again, if you want to ghost or semi-ghost the kid, he might not even realize why, now. And that could also be to your advantage. Remember, you don't owe anyone an explanation. It's not like this kid genuinely thinks something tragic is wrong with people like us; he believes we're ripe for picking on. It's a bully mentality and it doesn't bode well for continued friendship. You should not trust this person even if they apologize.
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    Lura Considine
    At the start of last school year, my 8 year old son saw a bully picking on two of his friends, that were girls. Now this bully is way bigger, but my boy goes and fucks this kid up. Bullies mom claims innocence for her boy, claiming the school is not providing a safe environment. A couple months later, there is a function at the school. This prim and proper lady gets pointed out my son that beat her kid up, and seeing who it is, is visibly embarrassed. Yeah bitch, your son WAS picking on girls, and DID get his ass handed to him by a kid half his size. Oh, and my son's favorite band is FFDP.
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    Harmony Murray
    Well here's an example: a bully is picking on another kid and hitting him, the victim fights back and BOOM. Both are suspended. If talking it out worked, there wouldn't be bullying. Or you can look at all the feminist hags citing toxic masculinity as the REAL culprit behind these mass shootings. The issue with you people is that you have this concept that white males or males in general are the supposed "oppressors", and that none of their problems shouldn't be addressed or matter. But of course, it's the women who are *really* oppressed.
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    Toby Haag
    Just a show of force, its like the big quiet kid laying out a bully for picking on a small kid, just because he can.
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    Idella Stehr
    Your right. I would apologize to the couple of kids that I made fun of in middle and elementary school. It sucks but even if you have a nice kid going to school starts to change them. They feel that they have to pick on so and so or they might get picked on instead. I know I did that. I picked on a guy that I was in cub scouts with. I felt really bad but as long as everyone was picking on him then no one was picking on me. I really wish I could find that guy and apologize for everything. Anyways, kids are going to be mean. I don't see it ever changing, even with all this anti-bully stuff.
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    Lila Schinner
    I actually pushed a kid right in front of the principal in 8th grade. She made us go into her office and I explained that he had been picking on me the whole year, and he was a bully. She made him apologize for bullying me, which he did, and then made me apologize. I said there was no way in hell I was apologizing, I wasn't sorry. The principal pointed out that he had apologized to me, and I told her that he was only sorry that he got caught. She gave me one more chance to apologize and I told him to go to hell, and I got auspended for two days. My parents were so proud lol
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    Everette Roob
    A lot of us were raised with an anti bully mentality though. I remember in middle school we would get out of class for entire days just to talk about bullying. You can actually see the difference that made in my county for sure. We had a new kid come in when I was in highschool. I saw him start picking on one of the unpopular kids. Everyone was quiet until one of the football players got up and said "I know you're new here, so this is your only opportunity to realize that we don't act like that around here." If you picked on the weak you were the outcast.
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    Adaline Carroll
    I'm eating up all the sports news i can, and laughing at every bit of it. All these assholes that have shit on us for years are sucking on the teat of Cleveland trying to milk up that sweet sweet victory. The thing is they will never know what it feels like because their hearts are cold and dark, you can equate it to the big bully picking on the tiny kid in elementary school. Except now we are not the little kids anymore, we made history in a way that has never ever been done before. 3% odds baby and the Cavs fucking did it. They fucking did it.
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    Curtis Stiedemann
    I love some of the reasoning of suspending both involved. "Oh, well we can't tell who was bullying who, and it would be unfair to make assumptions." Really? You think that there's even a small chance that the 5'2" kid with a Star Wars shirt on was picking on the 5'11" guy with a full beard in the 9th grade (who also happened to be suspended last semester for smoking cigarettes before school)? You're right! We'll never know who the true bully was.
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    Melyna Treutel
    I love the whole cliche where bully is picking on the social outcast and calling out all of the bad shit the kid has been through in his life and getting really personal and then when the outcast turns around and punches the bully, the bully has this look of "oh I can't believe you just did that" like you would have the audacity to punch me after I said your brother deserved to die. They always have that look.
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    Leda Hudson
    Right, I feel like everyone has that 1 family memeber that has done something badass and it is your job to find them. I found out about a year ago that when my grandfather and his sister were in elementary school there was a kid picking on my grandfather so his sister stood up for him and punched the other kid in the face. Now that may not sound like much until I mention the fact that the bully was Fidel Castro. That is a story I plan on telling my future children.
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    Alberta Kemmer
    Why though? if someone has the will and the time to do so, why not? it's a positive thing, regardless of how small and unimportant it may seem in the real world. To this kid it is important and he is being unfairly attacked by the misuse of a Youtube feature by an overgrown manchild. This David prick is basically an internet bully, picking on kids, bullying is not acceptable in any way shape or form and it is something we should always stand up to.
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    Aniya Rempel
    If they followed the rules perfectly, I would've been expelled, my best friend, my brother, and more. My favorite example was the time my brother saw this big kid (about 200lbs) picking on a little underclassmen (maybe 110lbs), so my brother grabs the big kid by the throat and shoves him against the wall and enumerated some very colorful threats to the bully. It was a good deed, the bullying stopped, and no one got in trouble.
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    Glennie Hirthe
    It works in *some* cases. It worked for me with one particular bully in 8th grade. But it's not always easy to come up with one solution that works in all cases. My situation was pretty mild bullying, like the kid was just testing me, and I just *pretended* it didn't bother me at all, and eventually it faded away. But if he had continued picking on me and if things had escalated, my strategy might not have worked at all.
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    Jarrell Maggio
    it's not the exact same thing, as i havent really been outwardly aggressive to anyone who wasn't acting super self-important its not like i'm commenting on some noobie's MTT thread and saying shit like "mtt regs are shit blah blah blah" it was more like dude was picking on a smaller kid, and a bigger kid started bullying the bully. not saying it wasn't a prick move, but to say it was the same i think would be false
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    Abby Mohr
    Grew up in rural Texas. Saw this happen after school. Bully's dad got assaulted in the parking lot and beat up. The bully did stop picking on the kid though; to be fair. But his dad also got assault charges. As my dad used to say "Son, some things are worth an ass whoopin'. Sometimes it might be yours, sometimes it might be theirs, but either way, somebody is getting their ass whooped."
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    Mossie Mohr
    Maybe we should alert batman one of his villains escaped :P bahaha I try and hang on to that good intentions thing. I was the kid in elementary that even though I was being picked on relentlessly... if I saw another kid being picked on, I'd bow up to the bully and get them to pick on me instead... because in my eyes it was better to take the picking myself than let someone else be picked on.
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    Nathen Pfeffer
    I don't think that's always the case. Some jackass was picking on me on the school bus, so I turned around and punched him. Then I turned back around and started crying. That particular kid never bothered me again. You never know what sort of bully you're dealing with, but never fighting back means you never find out, and it's not like they'll stop picking on you.
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    Leanna Beier
    I fucking hate that the video says the losing kid is the bully. How the fuck do we know? For all we know the MMA kid is a bully and had been picking on him all year and so now he tried to stand up for himself and got destroyed. Fuck kids school fight videos. They're always horse shit and framed completely one sided and potentially inaccurately.
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    Dan Hahn
    Thanks! I'm not gonna lie, though, I felt kinda guilty after drawing it: like I was a bully picking on some poor nerdy kid :p
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    Drake Crona
    I fucking hate that the video says the losing kid is the bully. How the fuck do we know? For all we know the MMA kid is a bully and had been picking on him all year and so now he tried to stand up for himself and got destroyed. Fuck kids school fight videos. They're always horse shit and framed completely one sided and potentially inaccurately.
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    Raegan Labadie
    I fucking hate that the video says the losing kid is the bully. How the fuck do we know? For all we know the MMA kid is a bully and had been picking on him all year and so now he tried to stand up for himself and got destroyed. Fuck kids school fight videos. They're always horse shit and framed completely one sided and potentially inaccurately.
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    Joelle Morissette
    Nrl has to do something about these teams just getting beaten week in week out. Saddening to see these lesser teams get beaten and i know they can't help it cause they are bad but i think the nrl has to step in, like a parent would step in to stop a bully picking on a little kid. Has to be an investigation into this cause it's just too easy for the sharks.
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    Stewart Champlin
    i like that the bully wanted to keep going but the kid who took him on knew how much was enough and was okay with picking up and walking away. Certainly the kid deserves to be proud and get some praise, but he didn't get reckless in the glory. I got mad respect for that kind of discipline.
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    Branson Heathcote
    Yes. Not in every situation of course. I had a bully in the neighborhood when i was a kid. He was always picking on me, tripping or pushing me to the ground. I gave him one solid punch to the nose (as good of a punch as a 5 yr old can throw) and he was never mean to me again. Problem solved.
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    Claud Brekke
    lmfao, someone trying over and over again to explain a simple concept to someone who's repeatedly failing to grasp it is your idea of a bully? Were you that kid that would go home and tell your mom the teachers were picking on you?
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    Norval Runte
    Generally the scrawny white kid sitting alone doesn't bully the ripped dude sitting with several friends who just happen to be video recording. They were picking on that kid, he snapped and threw something then they assaulted him.
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    Ellsworth Gusikowski
    I think every fight i ever got into was with a bully picking on a weaker kid. My mother ingrained in me to protect those who can;t protect themselves. And i did, And now i'm getting old, and still would. i just cant help it. I hate a fucking bully
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    Zakary McLaughlin
    https://www.facebook.com/SkySports/videos/10154198964308762/ Jose being asked after the Haye fight. It's like some video where a bully is picking on a little kid.
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    Tyshawn Carroll
    Also no your example is retarded as fuck he only hurt the biker that was fucking with him not other people. This is like a bully picking on a kid that just so happens to be a lot bigger. Stupid move
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    Orpha Jacobson
    The only reason people know of the Flyers, is the "Broad Street Bullies". Just like a bully however, you got your ass kicked by the kid you were picking on, and went on to be mediocre in life.
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    Pierce Bashirian
    or it hurts more because a bully is often depicted as the "cool kid" picking on the "nerdy kids" a troll is like, a huge monster hiding in a cave on a mountain or guarding a bridge or something
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    Guy Bergstrom
    They don't do it to annoy people in an online game, they do it so they can feel superior to "those fucking stupid n00bs". It's the equivalent of a grade 8 bully picking on a grade 5 kid.
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    Efrain Quigley
    Ben did nothing wrong, Zach was clearly a bully picking on the poor kid. Agree to disagree is the only answer when someone like you is too pigheaded to admit they are wrong.
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    Elmira Huels
    Yeah, finally someone gets what i'm saying. Its like the schoolyard bully picking on the weakest kid, what the hell is badass about that?
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    Joey Klein
    Yeah, they get a bad rap. It's like a bully picking on the small kid.
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    Shany Pagac
    A bully was picking on me, so I made an empty threat with my diabetes finger pricker and accidentally stabbed the kid. I had no idea he was going to flinch *forward*
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    Annette Osinski
    Don't bully a handicapped kid even if he is picking on kids. Unlike him, you have no excuse. Do you even listen to the sermons? Talk to the youth leader about him.
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    Adella Wuckert
    I was never bullied, but in year 7 a bully was picking on another kid, I told him to go brush his teeth. He was never a problem after that
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    Leanne Beatty
    This looks like one of those satisfying videos where a bully is picking on a kid, then the kid snaps and beats the bully's ass.
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    Demarcus Nolan
    Because she laughed at the bully when he was picking on the strange kid. The strange kid usually does nothing wrong.
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    Providenci Bauch
    Its like the big bully picking on little kids but then bumps into the larger quiet kid in the process.
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    Kale Koepp
    That's like one of those videos where a bully keeps picking on a kid and then gets his ass beaten down.
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